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Real Review Of Timberlands under real work enviroments
on July 4, 2015
Im on my feet probably 11 hours of the 12 I work - 5 Days a week, I bought Timberlands for work purposes not fashion. There quality is highly over rated as you will soon see from my photos, killed them within a year before the tread even worn down.
The 2 pieces of the sole separated as pictured, couldn't even superglue them back together.
The inside heel backing fell apart look like my cats got inside and clawed the inside out.
The arch support is terrible but with arch inserts it can be corrected.
If you wear these for show as celebrity's do or to school or the mall or when you go out for looks, they will probably last as intended.
If your on your feet 8-10 hours a day and actually work in them and weigh over 225lbs, They will fall apart like a cheap knock off dept store boot that you can pick up for a 1/8 of the price of these.
I owned these barely a year before they past the point of return and are now in a landfill somewhere. I hate to give bad reviews, Ive wore Timberland's since the 90s, I have a dress pair I wear when I go out, but my work pair fell apart way too early. Im now trying the PRO version which are usually cheaper then these, but seem better made, better arch supports by default so far, but time will tell. I think the photos say more then any words, Im a 6ft - 220lbs man on my feet for 8-10 hours and this is how they held up after a year of my usage. So if your like me and think price dictates quality, these are all price, but not much more quality then boots half the price.