State-of-the-art Performance Shoe for Sailors


Timberland TrainerI’m a big fan of Timberland boots, I generally get a pair every year or so and wear them non stop til they start to fall to bits. That being said Timberland’s do seem to outlast cheaper boots by far.

I just received a press release about their new Eurus which is just techy enough that I thought I’d post it here (and the fact I may get a review pair is purely coincidental :))

Cowes week is upon us once again and whether you sail competitively or just for fun then you need footwear on the water that you can rely on. Timberland® has created a high performance shoe that is technically designed specifically to suit all of the demands of a competitive sailor. The Eurus Class 1 Low is light, flexible and tough.

Part of the Timberland® Outdoor Performance range, The Eurus boasts a waterproof leather and breathable air mesh upper. There is also a reinforced toe bumper to protect your feet when moving around the deck.

Another ingenious feature that Timberland® has included is a multi-directional siped outsole with forefoot drainage ports to provide superior traction on wet surfaces. The Cupped Timberland® Agile IQ stability plate is tuned for performance sailing and provides excellent on-deck support and protection when racing. This great looking shoe even has lace protectors to increase safety when moving quickly around the deck.

These stylish shoes have also got reflective webbing to enhance safety and the low-profile EVA midsole provide lightweight cushioning and “close to the deck” control. The Eurus has been designed by Timberland® with the needs of the competitive sailor in mind; they are a high-tech shoe that won’t let you down.

For more info call Posy @ Radiator on 020 7404 8264 or email [email protected]

That was a press release so I can’t vouch for them yet, but as soon as I get my “review” samples I’ll post a follow up :).

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