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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately Low-Top" from arch
- Leather oxford with safety toe featuring lace front with metal grommets and padded collar
- PowerFit comfort system
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These 040044001 Timberland Pro Men's Safety Shoes are designed with functionality and dependability in mind. Timberland PRO series helps working professionals perform at their best on the job. Timberland PRO Boot series delivers high performance works boots and shoes that provide comfort, durability, and protection. Black Smooth Premium Full Grain Leather for ComfortFeatures the Powerfit™ Comfort SystemPolyurethane Midsole with High-Rebound Heel Insert Provides Durable CushioningAnti-Microbial, Contoured Open-Cell Polyurethane Footbed Provides Durable, Resilient Cushioning while Molded Heel Cup Cradles the HeelOutlast™ Adaptive Comfort™ Footbed Cover Regulates TempertureNylon Diffusion Shank for Torsional RigidityTitan™ Safety Toe Cap is Two-Thirds Lighter than Traditional Steel Toe CapTimberland PRO™ Rubber Slip/Oil and Abrasion Resistant Dual-Density OutsoleSteel Toe Rated ASTM F2412-05 and F2413-05040044001 Timberland PRO Men's TiTAN Safety Shoes - Black
- Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B01IMV8SXE
- Item model number: TB040044001
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 23, 2006
- 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.
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I have a normal width foot, but I buy my safety shoes in wide. This gives me more wiggle room in the toe. It's just more comfortable for me.
My first pair of these lasted 6 years, worn for 10-14h a day... 5 days a week. Sure they were looking a little rough toward the end there... but that's a heck of a run for a pair of shoes. When it came time to replace, it was a no brainer to get the same shoe again. Even found them in black... I'll be ordering a pair of these soon.
The composite toe is very light when compared to traditional steel. The sole is simple, but provides good traction in most conditions. Laces are adequate.... lasted the full 6y in the old pair. For me they require little to no break in time.... i wont say they are instantly comfortable out of the box... but close. I have them on my feet now, day 4 since new.... and they already feel like part of the family.
Buy with confidence... these are great work safety shoes.
Something has changed it seems; the Safety Toe shoes seem to be small (Even though I ordered a wide) and the soles were really hard.
I wore them for five or six days and shipped them back to Timberland. (They have a thirty day comfort guarantee policy. If you wear them and they are uncomfortable, you return them and they refund what you spent. Although it cost $18 to send them back via USPS)
Maybe the soft toes are fine...the safety toes were awful.
I opted for these because I didn't want to spend 200 on a pair that isn't going to get quite the same workout as my Red Wings - these are for work around the lab and office, but nothing as strenuous as walking around a plant for 8 hours a day. The Red Wings have always been good to me there, but they're so dang expensive.
All in all, these are a good buy. They are quite comfortable, I've had no issues wearing them all day and feeling just fine. The one downside is that the leather is clearly a lower quality than my Red Wings - it's a bit rougher and scuffs / cuts much easier. While it seems thick enough to withstand normal wear and tear, I worry about the longevity of the leather.
Still, for half the price of what I normally pay, I guess they're pretty good.
They did run a bit large for me - I normally wear a 15 and the 15 in these was too big. I stepped down to a 14 and they're pretty good, so I'd say they run about one half to one full size larger.