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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5"
- Platform measures approximately 3/4"
- Boot opening measures approximately 9" around
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These 072399001 Timberland Pro Women's Safety Boots 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. 6" Black Premium Full Grain TiTAN™ Leather for Comfort Moisture-Channeling Spacer Mesh Comfort Lining with Integral Anti-Microbial Keeps Foot Dry and Comfortable Polyurethane Midsole with High-Rebound Heel Insert Provides Durable Cushioning and Energy ReturnPowerfit™ Comfort Anti-Microbial, Contoured Open-Cell Polyurethane Footbed Outlast™ Adaptive Comfort ™ Footbed Cover Regulates TemperatureNylon Diffusion Shank for Torsional RigidityTitan™ Safety Toe Cap for Lightweight ProtectionSteel Toe Rated ASTM F2412-05 and ASTM F2413-05Electrical HazardConstructed on a Women's Last for Superior FitTimberland PRO ™ Rubber Dual-Density Outsole:Slip ResistantOil ResistantAbrasion Resistant072399001 Timberland Pro Women's Safety Boots - Black
Part of the Timberland PRO series, the Titan is specially built to fit a woman's foot while delivering uncompromising safety and comfort features that'll make a big difference when you're on the job. First, the full-grain, premium leather upper offers durability and flexibility, while the polyurethane midsole with high-rebound heel insert provides durable cushioning. Most importantly, electrical hazard protection keeps you safe from open circuits. These boots even come with a 30-Day comfort guarantee!See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 11.5 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000XR6QJY
- Item model number: TB072399001
- Date first listed on Amazon: September 29, 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 work in operations at a theme park so I needed safety certified shoes but it was also important for the boots to be comfortable, water-resistant, and cute. Here are my observations so far:
Water Resistance: Since Florida weather is just as stormy as it is sunshiny I was looking for something that would protect my feet from rain puddles. I've had to walk around all day in shoes that just retained water, and it was AWFUL. With these shoes I'm not concerned about having water logged feet at all. In order to break them in faster I stood in a bathtub of hot water for five minutes. The water was only able to penetrate my boots when it got up to where the laces start. At that point water did fill my shoes and pooled around my toes. Afterwards I walked around and within ten minutes my feet felt dry again. The only moisture in my shoes is the water that my socks are still holding onto. It's a miracle.
Slip Resistance: Tried to slide my feet over chemicals dropped on smooth tile and there wasn't any give. The boots are indeed slip resistant.
Comfort/Longevity: I walk anywhere from 10-30 miles during my shift, some if it over cobblestone paths which would send shooting pains up my shins in my old shoes. These shoes have a thick rubber heel which absorb most of the shock of walking on uneven terrain. The sole itself is not cushioned. When I put the boots on for the first time I was wearing thin socks so the soles felt like they might be uncomfortable after a while. Now that they are broken in, and with moderate thickness athletic-type socks, they are the most comfortable shoes I have. Even after 18 miles in them at work, I am not desperate to take them off when I get in the car.
Fit: I was nervous about this since I've never ordered shoes online. My other Timbs are 5.5 in boy's sizes, so I ordered the 7.5 wide since I know Timberlands run narrow. When I first put the shoes on they felt roomy, maybe a little too roomy. After I laced them up properly and wore slightly thicker socks they were PERFECT. Formed right around my feet. I wouldn't say they are true to size since I'm normally an 8 regular.
Steel toe: Can't say I've dropped anything on my feet yet but I do kick sticky doors that won't open without hurting my toes. I can't even have tell they have steel toes because they are so comfortable, but they are definitely there and I'll trust these shoes to protect my feet if anything drops.
Style: The reason I ultimately went with these shoes and not another pair advertised as waterproof came down to the style. These are cute and versatile. They don't look wonky with my uniform and they're also pretty fashionable with some of my regular clothes so I don't have to wear them just for work. They're somewhat chunky, that was the look I was going for, but they're not bulky.
Other pros: It's a hundred degrees out right now and my toes aren't roasting, so that's a great thing. They're hefty but they don't feel heavy. Apparently there's some protection against electrical shock built into the bottom of the shoe. I'm not walking over circuits so I don't mind but maybe it will help me not get struck by lightning, haha.
If I had to find a con I would say that the leather around the opening of the shoe feels too rigid but I can tell they will break in fast. In summary, I would absolutely recommend these and plan to buy them again when this pair wears out.
Well built, extremely sturdy. They're not waterproof, but that is easily remedied with a little synthetic mink oil - I treat every new pair I get. I walk through dirty, oily, and muddy conditions every day in these and they still last a good 2-3 years before I get a new pair. I've owned a total of four pair. The first pair I had split across the sole on the ball of my foot, and water was getting in to the shoe. The second and third pairs I replaced simply because they got pretty scuffed, and I go from field to office a lot so I need them to look decent. They're leather though, and if you have more time than I have, the scuffs could be repaired without issue.
These are my favorite boots. Very comfortable to stand/walk in a lot. Only downside is they won't keep your feet warm, as they aren't insulated. Otherwise, top notch.
I work in a kitchen and we pound our feet a solid 8 hrs on hard tile. I constantly drop food, grease, blood, juice and hard chemical soap and detergents. The laces absorb it all and the tongue should be fully leather but it's not soo it soaks in when cleaning and rinsing. Wet socks if not careful. Even after a good cleaning, my locker smells like garbage. Regarding the slip resistance of this shoe, I've had better.
When I first got the shoes, they were too tight. My toes smashed into toe box and left me bruised. I wear 7D and ordered a 7D but had to stretch them and add dr scholls inserts. After that, they felt ok.
If you work in a kitchen and really need water proof shoes or steel toe, these aren't it.