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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
on May 9, 2011
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Every time I am in need of a new pair of boots, I buy these. Most comfortable boots I have ever worn. I have a pair that are three years old and are still comfortable.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
on October 10, 2011
Size Name: 10 2E USColor Name: BlackVerified Purchase
I was looking for boots for the colder and wetter months that are coming. Based on the reviews for the Timberland Pro seemed to be doing the job.
Most boots I have owned needed a couple of weeks of walking before they are really comfortable, no need for that with these. From day one they fitted perfectly and no blisters at all. Good cushioning and my feet dont get too hot on warm days. How they hold up on really cold days I will see in the coming months but I'm confident thats not going to be a problem.
Shipping was extremly quick, I placed my order on a wednesday afternoon and the following friday morning at 11 they were delivered. Thats from the US to Europe (Netherlands)
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on January 25, 2013
Size Name: 9 D(M) USColor Name: YellowVerified Purchase
I'll start right off with what I didn't like and kept these from 5 stars so I can go into detail with why I still recommend them above any other boot I've worn. They are on the chunkier side in terms of sheer mass compared to some other steel-toes I've worn. The good thing about a less bulky boot is that you have greater ease moving in them and they feel more natural. There's also an aesthetic argument about the cartoonishness of big boots, however hopefully you're not thinking of steel-toes for the aesthetics. Also, having holes instead of hooks for the top 2 loops is a minor pain. You just have to lace-up every time you put them on.

These boots are exceptionally comfy. They run a bit narrow, but they have excellent support and are tight without cutting off circulation or giving you bruises. I'd chalk this up to the extensive padding. I wore these boots all day the first time I had them and felt better than most good days in my old boots.

The soles for these boots are thick. They'll give you 2 inches. If you're on the shorter side like me, it's a bit of a blessing. They're also secured against electrical surges so you don't get fried if a live wire drops on a treadplate you happen to be standing on. The grip is nothing short of excellent. I haven't had the chance to try it on snow or ice yet, but it holds on dead leaves and slick pavement. It makes the clunkyness bearable.

They are also waterproof up to your ankle due to tight stitching/seams, and a sewn-in tongue. Doesn't seem helpful until that puddle was a little deeper than you thought. Whoops. These boots will ensure your socks are still warm and dry. When it's 37 out, that's kind of a big effin' deal as our VP once put it.

The steel on the toe is thick and the weight gives you some comfort when you hold the boot in your hand. It will save your little piggies should you suffer the misfortune of having something heavy land on your foot. That's kind of the idea.

On another note, on at least one instance in my life I was glad of having a pair of steel-toes as I sat at a bar with a friend in a rough area. The bouncers had metal detectors. We went back to the car and I dropped off my SOG Trident that I typically carry and my buddy dropped off his Smith and Wesson. Point is, in a pinch, a steel-toes are like brass-knuckles for your feet that can't get taken off you due to a metal-detector. Stay safe out there.

Great pair of boots, can't go wrong with them. I got them for $100 and was pleased as pie with the arrangement.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
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I work in the construction industry and can, very easily, destroy footwear. These boots make happy feet! I would recommend this item to anyone who spends a lot of time on their feet in a variety of industries.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on February 16, 2010
Size Name: 11 2E USColor Name: Black
I bought these as a present for my hard working man. He had been having leg and foot pain from wearing his worn out boots. Great deal, great boots.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on December 10, 2012
Size Name: 9 D(M) USColor Name: YellowVerified Purchase
The title says it all. These boots fit great, true to size, and extremely comfortable. I'm not on my feet all day long but there are long periods of time when I am, and there isn't a moment that goes by when I feel any discomfort. I haven't tested these against weather yet but I know how reliable Timberland boots are, that's why I bought them.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 14, 2013
Size Name: 12 2E USColor Name: BlackVerified Purchase
I haven't had these boots very long and I still don't have them fully broken in. However, I think for the most part they are good boots. The fit feels a little tight but that may be because they aren't fully adjusted (broken in) to my feet yet. The only complaint I have at this point is the shoe strings weren't long enough to fit all the loops and leave room for tying. I had to skip the very first loop at the bottom and loop it all the way up just to have enough room to tie the boots good. So far though, these boots are doing what they are supposed to do for me at my factory job.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on June 13, 2014
Size Name: 11 2E USColor Name: YellowVerified Purchase
My husband had this boot for now a little over a month and we are very dissatisfied with the quality of this boot. It already started ripping and letting water thru the bottom and top. We were expecting to get at least 3 months of this boot bu we didn't even get the full month. For a such a pricey boot this is the worst item i have every purchased. It is not waterproofed at all (even if you treat it before you start wearing it ) and it rips easily. I do not recommend this product to anyone.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 8, 2013
Size Name: 10 2E USColor Name: BlackVerified Purchase
I ordered Timberland PRO Men's Direct Attach 6" Steel Toe Boot size 10 2E and received size 10W. The boots fit length wise but are too narrow in the toe area. I ordered the 2E width to accomodate my need for a wide toe area. I decided to wear the boots and to my surprise the boots are not a pro work boot, very light, poorly made sole and heels. The insole is very comfortable and if I received the size I ordered (10 -2E) not the 10-W BS that was delivered I would still have them. I gave the boots to my nephew. Now I have to go out and purchase real pro work boots (Red Wing) that fit properly. I will never purchase a timberland boot/shoe online again. This boot is not what I ordered and refuse to go through the BS again. I do not recommend purchasing these or any timberland products from the half reading amazon vender. Some how, somewhere, some way some simpleton made the mess up and shipped the incorrect width to me.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on January 27, 2015
Size Name: 10 2E USColor Name: BlackVerified Purchase
My first pair I had it for 3 years and used it almost everyday. It was tight at first because I bought the regular size. Rain, shine or snow, it kept my feet dry and warm - it is insulated and waterproof. You need to wear a wool socks during the winter. Except for the worn out heels and soles, it is still in good condition. I'm now down to my second pair which I bought here in Amazon. This time I ordered the 2E (wide version) which makes a lot of difference. It is much more comfortable and no need to break it in. My only complaint is although the heels are thick, they are not solidly built and it will show once the treads are worn out.
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