|Fits as expected||
|Price:||$174.95 - $195.00 & Free Return on some sizes and colors|
- Made in USA or Imported
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 7.75" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Platform measures approximately 1"
- Mid-cut work boot with waterproof leather upper featuring steel toe shaped on TiTAN last for added protection
Customers who bought this item also bought
No one likes soggy feet on the job, so these Timberland Pro Men's Rigmaster Steel Toe Waterproof Boots will keep your feet dry and your strut sturdy. These boots incorporate an enhanced waterproof full-grain leather upper with single density polyurethane slip-, abrasion-, and oil- resistant outsoles. These outsoles feature Ladder Lock outsole radius for added safety while working on ladders. The leather on these boots also includes a waterproof membrane to ensure your feet won't get wet on those soggy days. The TiTAN shaped steel toe provides a better fit with superior protection that meets or exceeds ASTM requirements. Steel shanks support your muscles from deep within, fighting fatigue to reduce strain and pain in these boots. Airy, breathable mesh lining with Agion treatment fights odor and bacteria. Timberland PRO adds other features to further your comfort and foot support. This includes the Rigmaster last construction that's made for flexibility, and rugged NASCAR speed lace guides that keep shoes securely in place. Timberland Pro rubber backstays further ensure durable support. The Ladder Lock outsole radius provides premium stability for better comfort in these steel toe boots. Electrical Hazard protection (which meets ANSI Z41PT99 standards) soaks up shock from open electrical circuits to provide further safety on the job in these 8 inch boots. Now that's tough. But outward toughness doesn't mean much if the boots making you look cool are making you feel wimpy. Good thing these Rigmasters are designed to keep your feet comfortable, dry, and fresh. You're welcome. Style(s): TB095553214
Timberland set new industry standards for craftsmanship, durability and protection when it introduced an authentic, waterproof leather boot in 1973. A global leader in design, engineering and marketing of premium footwear, Timberland values consumers who cherish the outdoors and their time in it. Timberland has been an industry leader in the use of both sustainable and recycled materials in its shoes, as well as its footwear packaging. The Timberland Company believes in corporate responsibility and supports numerous civic and social projects throughout the year.
- Package Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B002ASAMGW
- Item model number: 95553
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- Average Customer Review:
Top customer reviews
Update April 1, 2015:
A year later and these boots are my go to work boots. They have worn exceptionally well with a little wear on the front sole and a couple of scuffs where I've dropped heavy objects to the front, other than that, they have certainly already outworn every other pair of work boots I've had in the past. Looks like I'll get at least another year of use out of them before I have to check again. I bought another pair of them and put them in storage because I don't want to come back in two or three years and find them gone!! That's how much I like them.
I'll be back in a year to tell you more...Lord Willing And The Crick Don't Rise...
The 2E endurance wasn't wide enough and took a while to bed in and be comfy. Also, the lack of insulation or waterproof membrane made it a fair weather boot only. That's a no go on the railroad.
The titan was a great, comfortable boot with decent insulation, but the sole wasn't aggressive and not only did i slip everywhere, but it was so soft you could feel the point of every rock you walked on. It was also hell on ladders after a while.
The Ripsaw was big, cumbersome and heavy, but warm. Biggest problem? No durable leather on the toe cap, which split open after five months of hard use.
Then i found the Rigmaster. It's addressed just about every flaw mentioned above. The flexible shank makes climbing ladders or waking on ballast a lot more comfy. The boot is very lightweight and the waterproof membrane is what i need. I also love the guard on the back that bounces items off your achilles tendon and the speed laces that help with getting them tied up.
I do wish there was a bit more insulation, but then again i can wear these all summer without being uncomfortable and still use them in upstate New York winters, if i add thick wool socks. (Plenty of room for that.) I'm usually an 11, 4E and yet the 2E boots fit with good room in the toe box, without feeling floaty.
Timberland advertises these boots for the oil and gas industry, but they're perfect for the railroad, where you'll walk on ballast all day and deal with oily mud, or climb towers.
A year to the day after buying them and there's no ripped leather or broken parts. They're as durable as I'd hoped and it looks like I'll wear the soles out before anything else... which is exactly how a boot should be built.
No Goodyear welt means i won't resole these, but at the current $127 price, that doesn't exactly break my heart.
I'll definitely buy these again. There's no need for me to try any other boots at this point.