How to Identify Genuine Timberland Boots

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How can you tell if the Timberland boots that you are about to buy online are genuine? What identifying marks should you be looking for? Follow these 7 simple steps to verify the authenticity of your purchase. Always ask the seller to use the youVerify app prior to purchase. It's Smarter Selling & Safer Shopping.

Step 1: Retail Box
All Timberland boots are boxed in a sturdy, branded shoe box made from recycled material with Timberland branding top and side. Check for errors in spacing, positioning and colour of branding.

Step 2: Retail Box Label
Timberland boot boxes feature a white label on the one corner detailing size, style, colour & footprint details. Ensure the boot details match those of your actual boot.

Step 3: Heel Logo
Timberland boots feature the Timberland tree logo on the outside of the boot, usually on the heel. Check the logo for any errors in design and spacing. Note the registered trademark circled R.

Step 4: Laces
New Timberland lace tip ends should be burnt and not tipped with tape or plastic. Men's boots have 7 lace eyelets and women's have 6. All will be cleanly fixed to the upper.

Step 5: Outsole Markings
Timberland boots feature the brand name & logo on the sole. Layout will vary according to the style but always check the finish is of the highest quality.

Step 6: Stitching
Stitching on all Timberland boots is of the very highest quality. The stitching colour will match the date and will be straight, evenly spaced, and immaculately finished.

Step 7: Download our App
We hope that this guide helps to educate you when identifying genuine Timberland boots. To prevent you from falling victim to counterfeit goods, always ask the seller to use the  youVerify app  prior to purchase.

youVerify - Smarter Selling, Safer Shopping.

youVerify is a smartphone app that helps online sellers verify themselves and their products, which in turn allows online buyers to shop with more confidence - Smarter Selling, Safer Shopping.
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