Closeouts. Rugged work conditions and icy, winter weather call for a pair of Timberland 6" Thermal Force Work boots, featuring durable Goodyear welt construction, steel safety toe and Timberland PRO rubber Ice Trax outsole.
Reviewed by hkbuyer2046 from Hong Kong on Sunday, August 21, 2011
It's a bit heavy at almost 5 lbs. I guess that's the down side of a steel toe. Thinsulate keeps the feet warm, waterproof membrane keeps them dry and antimicrobial Cambrelle lining keeps them free of odor. Hopefully the outsole would provide enough traction on slippery icy roads when needed. It has everything we need.
Best Uses: Casual Wear, Cold Weather, Travel, Wet Weather, Work
Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented, Conservative
Pros: Breathes Well, Comfortable, Durable, Good Cushioning, Stable, Warm
Reviewed by Ed from Wisconsin on Wednesday, March 2, 2011
These are work boots for me; I work outside year round, these being both waterproof and insulated are definitely pros of owning these boots. I am really impressed with the insulation. I've owned other timberland footwear before so I was a little disapointed that the width seemed different from the other pairs I've owned. I did have to exchange my original pair for the wider version and very happy I did so as I really like the boots.
Reviewed by RunDanRun from Springfield, MO on Friday, December 24, 2010
Although the shoe IS heavy, I don't see it as a con. In fact, that weight inspires confidence of "no-corners-cut" construction and warmth. The boot is comfortable and when the weather turns bad, I'll be sure to throw them in the back of my car (if I get stuck somewhere, I want THOSE boots on to either help push or if I need to walk instead of a pair of running shoes or something lame like that). They provide great traction and I see them as an excellent and lasting investment for all my cold-weather outdoor work activities . . . though, I'm not thinking they'd make a good running shoe. : )
Best Uses: Bad weather travel, Cold Weather, Winter outdoor work