Information about Timberland Pro Endurance Work Boots - Steel Toe, 8" (For Men)
2nds, barely perceptible blemishes. If you work long hours in unpredictable worksites, Timberland's Pro Endurance work boots are for you. They keep your feet comfortable and protected thanks to a steel toe, anti-fatigue technology and a slip-, heat-, oil- and abrasion-resistant rubber outsole.
Premium full-grain leather upper
Cambrelle® antimicrobial lining
Oil- and abrasion-resistant rubber double toe for increased wear
Molded heel kick
Contoured, single-density OrthoLite® insole with foot-conforming top layer
Flexible Steel-Flex puncture-resistant plate
Constructed on a TiTAN last for a superior fit
Meets CSA Grade 1 ESR requirement
Timberland PRO low profile, slip- , heat- , oil- and abrasion-resistant rubber outsole
Reviewed by Jon Boy from Hickory, NC on Thursday, May 10, 2012
Great boots with a lot of cushion. They are not insulated but they can be warm if you are use to a lighter boot. They are heavy too, but if you want a work boot with good cushioning for being on your feet all day, these are great.
Best Uses: Cool weather work boot, Work
Cons: Heavy, Too warm for summer
Describe Yourself: Comfort-oriented, Conservative
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Cushioning, Stable, Stylish, Warm
Reviewed by mfranke from Tampa, FL on Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Lots of comments as to sizing issues. I'm an 8.5 Medium, period, and these fit perfectly, with no pinching or heel slippage. I've worn enough work boots to know within 5 minutes if they'll be a problem, and these simply won't. Such a good value, since they're a premium boot for discount-store prices, that I almost wish I'd bought two pair. But I wonder how long I'll take me to wear these out? Last pair of Timberland work boots lasted 5 years of 50-hour work-weeks. Soles wore out before the boot did.
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Work
Describe Yourself: Conservative
Pros: Comfortable, Durable, Good Cushioning, Stable
According to our size and fit models it has been determined that this shoe is true to size. We would recommend that you order the size you normally wear. For more information you can visit our Shoe Sizing Guide at this link.|http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/shoe-fit-guide/
Answered on 2/17/2012 12:00:00 AM by Customer care from Sierra Trading Post
Sierra Trading Post has a sizing guide http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/shoe-fit-guide/?utm_source=Guides&utm_medium=Catalog&utm_campaign=Shoe-sizing-Guide||Or at shop.Timberland.com they have a size chart for their boots. You can try that one.
Answered on 4/5/2012 12:00:00 AM by jenni104 from Midwest