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 patrick said on November 22nd, 2006

It´s nice, but every stupid shoe store and brand does it … i´ve seen a lot promoting their shoes like this …

 Jorgie said on November 22nd, 2006

Me too. Gore-tex does it.

 Jorgie said on November 22nd, 2006

oh and rockport

 Deanna said on November 22nd, 2006

How do you know the inside is dry anyway? It just shows the outside of the shoe. Sure – the outside isn’t changing color like its wet – but there could still be water inside the shoe – and isn’t that what waterproofing prevents? Not preventing discoloration of leather when wet.

It’s cool that Timberland has thought outside of – say – a banner with a boot in a muddy puddle to show waterproofing. But I dunno that this does it for me either.

I give them props for doing more than the ordinary – but I’m still under-whelmed.

Isn’t that usually the case though? Seems I’m very jaded lately – I think looking at all these ads all of the time is desensitizing me.

 VonK said on November 22nd, 2006

Since so many others in this category have apparently done the “thing in a plexi-box full of water” trick, Timberland should tip the hat to it’s core users and make it a “plexi-box full of Moet with diamond-studded logo affixed to the outside.”

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