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Timberland PRO Men's Expertise Steel Toe Hiker 50501 - Grey

Item# 067VA11144401P | Model# 50501 | Added on August 13, 2015 | Seller: Sears.com
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Timberland Hiking Boots are Ready to go Anywhere Built to move, these Timberland Hiking Shoes combine the powerful protection of steel safety toes with a high traction base and waterproof build to keep you going no matter how deep in the wilderness the trail leads. Steel toes protect from falling rocks and equipment, while the grippy bottoms take hold of countless surfaces, from rainforest floors to scree-covered slopes, every step you take is solid. And when you’re really adding the miles on, whether you’re pushing for a summit or hiking the Appalachian Trail, the built-in comfort suspension system will put a stop to premature fatigue. By adapting the 24/7 Comfort Suspension™ system these Timberland Hiking boots combine a supportive padded insole and contoured shock diffusion plate with a flexible midsole to take the pain out of long days covering treacherous terrain. A solid addition to you kit, trip after trip, even job after job, these boots are built tough and feature the sweet smell of an anti-microbial footbed, for hundreds of miles of hardcore trekking. Strap them on and get exploring.

  • These Timberland Hiking Shoes features a durable brown leather upper
  • Grippy rubber sole takes hold of countless surfaces to keep you moving forward
  • Steel toe protects from impacts on the jobsite and trail alike
  • Waterproof build keeps you comfortable and give these boots longer life
  • Oil and slip resistant outsole delivers traction in spills
  • Padded breathable collar
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By dpats
September 18th, 2015
good boot

my husband needs to have stell toe for his job- we had gone to other stores in the past, and he has complained about his feet hurting and the shoe not being waterproof. We went to Sears and purchased these boots and they are comfortable, and they protect his feet from getting crushed and are water and coolant resistant as well..I would highly recommend.

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Local827member

You get what you pay for

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These boots are definitely the most comfortable. But if you work on your feet all day through the different elements, than they will only last about 6 months. I buy these yearly because the soles start wearing out and the fabric will start to come apart. But then again there are more expensive pairs that are less comfortable and last about the same amount of time. So really for the price, these would be your best bet.

May 31st via sears.com
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Sattech

Great boots

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Durable & comfortable work boots

April 24th via mobile
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jlczwojdak

Really comfortable

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March 6th via sears.com
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shoe_shopper

great

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great work boot... use for work and they are great. they are really comfortable too which is important because i spend a lot of time on my feet.

January 3rd via sears.com
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tommyjo

Great work boots for play and weather

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Heavy duty for work or play, made by a great line and are super comfortable to wear out in cold weather. Love the look , color, & feel of these boots for upcoming winter. Quality abounds for the feel and should last for several years worth of outdoor wear.

December 4th, 2015 via sears.com
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jun06677

good shoes

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comfortable shoes but not good for construction work. Bought these shoes six months ago and now l'm looking for a new pair. Great for jobs that require a lot of walking and standing but not for a harsh construction environment.

November 30th, 2015 via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product | The reviewer indicated they received a sample of this product
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tom odonnell
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November 16th, 2015
dcoyote

great for standing around

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very comfortable for a work boot, but the trade off is less durability. the lighter weight material will wear out before the soles. my first pair wore out on the inside of the ankle support area. I bought a new pair of the same because they breath better than leather, and they are light weight. these are great for warehouse work or shop workers who stand on hard floors for long periods of time.

October 12th, 2015 via sears.com
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dpats

good boot

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my husband needs to have stell toe for his job- we had gone to other stores in the past, and he has complained about his feet hurting and the shoe not being waterproof. We went to Sears and purchased these boots and they are comfortable, and they protect his feet from getting crushed and are water and coolant resistant as well..I would highly recommend.

September 18th, 2015 via sears.com
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DAVID FERNANDEZ
| Earned 18 community points in Sweepstakes entry

Sears doesnt match amazon.

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Buy it on amazon $40 cheaper. Sears is overpriced wont match amazon. Sales associates at pasadena ca store dont care about service

January 22nd, 2015
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Roberto Arreola
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May 28th, 2013
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