Timberland Pro Men's Direct Attach 8 Inch Steel Toe Work Boots
The protection and comfort you need in the classic look and quality of one of the most respected workwear brands the Timberland Direct Attach 8 Inch Steel Toe Work Boots for men will get you through long hours on the work site in comfort and safety. Full grain leather uppers are seam sealed to lock out water and mud and are lined with 400 g Thinsulate for amazing warmth that breathes. ASTM approved steel toes protect from falling hazards and an electrical hazard protective coating prevents electric shock. Spending the day on your feet can take its toll so to prevent fatigue Timberland offers a nylon shock diffusion plate that supports laterally and adds torsional stiffness along with a soft open cell polyurethane footbed that is treated with Agion for antimicrobial odor killing power.
- Upper: Full grain waterproof leather
- Sealed seam construction
- Padded collar
- Insulation: 400 g Thermolite™
- Lining: Mesh with Agion® antimicrobial treatment
- Midsole: Lightweight blown thermal plastic
- Nylon shock diffusion plate
- Footbed: Open cell Agion® treated antimicrobial polyurethane
- Outer: Timberland PRO® oil resistant non-marking rubber
- Rugged traction lugs
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- March 17 2010
these are my husband's boots, and he's very satisfied with them. These are the boots he always wears for work, and are very substantial and do the job well.
- February 19 2010
Good looks and feel but...
This is my second Timberland Pro steel toed boots. Both were exactly the same size yet, this new one don't fit too good as my old one...may need to "break it in"? The right boot is noticeably tighter on my foot than the left. Have to give it time to break in I guess.
- December 21 2009
Not recommended for everyday work!!
I had to send two pairs of boots back to Timberland for Warranty problems. First time was for stitching falling apart. Second time was for not being waterproof as advertised. Both times the boots had only been lightly used, I do not wear them all day long for construction work, only for occasional site walks. OH, you have to pay for shipping a pair of boots back to Timberland for their messup. Quality of Timberland boots have declined over recent years. I would not recommend these boots.