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Timberland PRO Men’s TiTAN 6" Safety Alloy Toe Work Boot 26063 - Brown

Item# 067B0047000P | Model# 26063 | Added on August 31, 2011 | Seller: Sears.com
Timberland PRO Men’s TiTAN 6" Safety Alloy Toe Work Boot 26063 - Brown
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Timberland PRO TiTAN Safety Alloy Toe Boot: Rugged, Secure and Always Ready Built from the ground up with the Power Fit™ comfort system, this lightweight brown Timberland PRO work boot incorporates the comfort of a dual density Ortholite® footbed with the comfort of a contoured work tongue and the protection of antimicrobial lining to not only take the shock out of every step, but cut down on foot odor even after a double shift. More than just comfortable, these boots are constructed to deliver the sure grip and safety you need to get the job done again and again.
Featuring an oil, slip and abrasion resistant rubber sole, grippy tread that digs into loose ground while grabbing hard surfaces easily, these boots were made to give you a handle on uneven terrain. A solid build that even incorporates a non metallic safety toe and a lightweight polyurethane midsole that keeps you moving fast all day, these boots earn respect fast. Slip on the Timberland PRO TiTAN Safety Alloy Toe Boot and get the job done right.

  • Lightweight brown Timberland PRO work boot keeps you moving fast
  • Brown leather upper stands-up to abrasions and scrapes
  • Rubber sole is flexible and provides shock absorption
  • Alloy safety toe is lighter than steel and still safe
  • Abrasion, oil and slip resistant outsole keeps you on your feet
  • Lightweight polyurethane midsole decreases weight so you can move quick when you need to
  • Non-metallic hardware will never rust
  • Great for construction sites
  • Electrical
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