Timberland PRO Men's PowerTrain Alloy Toe Work Shoes

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Timberland PRO Men's PowerTrain Alloy Toe Work Shoes is rated 2.7 out of 5 by 27.
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Timberland PRO Men's PowerTrain Alloy Toe Work Shoes
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Your work performance will never be hindered by potential dangers with the Timberland PRO® Men’s PowerTrain Alloy Toe work shoe. The shoe highlights Anti-Fatigue technology, ensuring that materials won’t wear after long term use. The upper is crafted with a blend of premium microfiber, leather and rugged mesh that provides solid ventilation and lasting comfort when the day runs long.

FEATURES:

  • Microfiber, leather and rugged mesh serves for breathability and support
  • Alloy safety toe for lightweight protection
  • Cement construction for flexibility and reduced break-in time
  • Mesh lining with antimicrobial treatment for odor control and comfort
  • Conductive polyurethane midsole for static-dissipative performance
  • Fiberglass shank for structural support
  • Anti-fatigue technology is built into the outsole
  • Polyurethane outsole is slip-resistant and non-marking
  • Brand: Timberland
  • Country of Origin: Imported
  • Style: 1062A

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what i wanted Wasnt what i was looking for still waiting a month later for the return to process.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wonderful shoes My job supplied us with this to wear inside our work area. These are a great pair of shoes very comfortable to work 12hrs in. Not heavy at all. Very comfortable to walk in. Feet don't sweat in these like boots cuz of the breathable fabric
Date published: 2017-12-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT BUY after one year the souls had big holes in them. Never again I will buy these shoes. But they are comfortable they just don't last for the price you pay for them.
Date published: 2017-12-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Do not buy! Break down very easily. I use these shoes in a cabinet shop! They are very comfortable on the concrete floor. But 2 pair in a year????? They break down very easily. The heels are shredded. Should have learned from the first pair! Definitely won't buy them again after the second!
Date published: 2017-11-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great shoe This shoe is comfortable and definitely saved my toes at work. I am an aircraft mechanic and today my co workers weren’t paying attention. They started moving the wing of the plane before I gave the ok to start moving. Well the stand rolled over my toe. I only felt the nudge of my foot getting hit and the sound of fabric ripping. I looked down and pulled my foot out. My foot was perfectly ok and the shoe took the beating. I owe my toes to these shoes. Definitely going to buy a new pair.
Date published: 2017-10-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Long Time Timberland Customer Dissapointed My favorite shoes ever are Timberland Hikers. Comfortable for days, BUT THESE ARE NOT The 14 Wide are very narrow. There is a painful pressure point ball of my foot probably because of the alloy toe. I wish shoe makers will realize that steel/alloy toes do not belong on ESD shoes. I work in manufacturing. 95% of the areas that ESD protection is required steel toes are not ! Semiconductor parts are tiny and if your in a warehouse the parts are double or triple protected where ESD shoes are not required. Think about it. Make a good looking shoe. One with steel toe and one without and see which one sells the most ! Sadly I'll likely end up throwing these away.
Date published: 2017-09-14
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Sole comes apart I have had the same issues as all the rest of the complaints. I have been in construction for 26 years and this is the first timberlands I have bought. Not long after using the sole split and fell apart. Very poor Quailty for a high price work shoe. Would not recommend these to anyone that walks around. If you are going to sit behind a desk then they will be fine. Will never buy another pair.
Date published: 2017-09-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stay away, save your hard earned money! I was looking for sneakers with composite toe protection and these came in my favorite color Orange. My work pays $75 annually for steel toe footwear so I decided on these. I never owned Timberlands prior to this shoe but I had the long impression they made dependable and long lasting footwear. I drive a semi truck (I double clutch) for work and normal work day is driving and walking on normal surfaces no jagged grates. I don't kick objects since these are sneakers unlike my leather steel toe boots that only have scuff marks. The inner sole like all footwear gets worn out and you can replace them. The bottom sole of these sneakers must be made from memory foam because that's what the durability seems like. My left shoe had split at first within a few months from the clutch work. The. Because it had split the sole started to rip apart like you're ripping pieces of cotton candy. The sole has worn out so much it has reached the material between the inner sole and outer sole. I have a pair of new balance shoes that is at least 8-10yrs old and the sole is a harder material. It's still solids but has lost any traction from the wearing down. For a $100+ I'd expect better material. What is good about it being comfortable for a few months then it starts feeling uncomfortable. I haven't even reached a full year and now I'm googling ideas of repairing these with shoe goo until my company can pay for another pair of composite shoes.
Date published: 2017-08-19
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