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Timberland Men's Pro Gorge Steel Toe Work Shoes 81016 timberland pro shoes men's

Timberland Men's Pro Gorge Steel Toe Work Shoes   Color Name     81016
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The toughness of a work boot meets the comfort of a sneaker for this multi-purpose shoe. First, you've got a steel toe, a non-negotiable feature for the worksite. You've also got flexibility and breathability from the combined fabric/leather upper. But what really sets these shoes apart is the protective Electro Static Dissipative feature designed to keep you safe at the workplace.

Uninsulated, oiled full-grain leather upper for comfort and long lasting wear Goodyear welt construction for rugged durability Removable, contoured sock liner for comfort Welted lug outsole for exceptional traction Timberland PRO logo on side Weight:1 lb, 7.2 oz Shop Timberland categories:
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Reviews Summary Timberland Men's Pro Gorge Steel Toe Work Shoes 5.0 based on 2 reviews. 100% of respondents would recommend this to a friend. Sizing:
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(showing only Verified Buyers and Verified Reviewers) By: blue boy
From: ellington ct.

Back to Top 5.0 timberland sport series ESD steel toe COMMENTS:
love them

By: jetsport
From: huntington n.y

Back to Top 5.0 great looking and comfortable COMMENTS:
wear these to work and out to casual meetings,nice quality ,great comfort, would recommend to others

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(in inches) Size Jackets Shirts Boys Small 34-36 14-14.5 6-8 Medium 38-40 15-15.5 10-12 Large 42-44 16-16.5 14-16 X-Large 46-48 17-17.5 18-20 2X-Large 50-52 18-18.5   3X-Large 54-56 19   4X-Large 58-60 20   5X-Large 62-64     6X-Large 66-68           Tall +2" in Body length and +1 1/2" in Sleeve length  
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36-38 chest (Small)
40-42 chest (Medium)
44-46 chest (Large)
48-50 chest (X-Large)
52-54 chest (XX-Large)
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Thermal Underwear Sizing Size Chest Waist S 34-36 28-30 M 38-40 32-34 L 42-44 36-38 XL 46-48 40-42 2XL 50-52 44-46  
Women's Body Measurements Size Bust Waist Hip/Seat 6 S 34 1 /2 26 1 /2 36 1 /2 8 35 1 /2 27 1 /2 37 1 /2 10 M 36 1 /2 28 1 /2 38 1 /2 12 38 30 40 14 L 39 1 /2 31 1 /2 41 1 /2 16 41 33 43 18 XL 43 35 45 cwlkapow. women's white timberland boots uk 20 45 37 47
Kid's Pants/Bib Overalls Size Height Regular Weight Slim Weight 2T 33.5" - 35.5" 25 - 31 lbs - 3T 35.5" - 38.5" 29 - 35 lbs - 4T 38.5" - 41.5" 33 - 39 lbs - 4 38.5" - 41.5" 32 - 40 lbs - 5 41.5" - 44.5" 38 - 46 lbs - 6 44.5" - 46.5" 44 - 52 lbs - 7 46.5" - 48.5" 50 - 58 lbs - 8 48.5" - 50" 52 - 67 lbs 45 - 60 lbs 10 50" - 54" 66 - 80 lbs 58 - 72 lbs 12 54" - 58" 79 - 94 lbs 70 - 85 lbs 14 58" - 61" 93 - 107 lbs 83 - 97 lbs 16 61" - 64" 106 - 122 lbs 95 - 111 lbs  
Footwear Widths B = Narrow Width C = Narrow/Medium Width D = Medium Width E = Medium/Wide Width EE = Wide Width EEE = Extra Wide Width EEEE = Extra Wide Width
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timberland 6 inch premium boot black Home > The Main Room > The Okie Corral > Work boot suggestions Work boot suggestions Diesel McBadass Jan 26, 2015 My old 8 inch canners are beat to hell. Need new boots or shoea. Need to be comfortable enough for full days on my feet and slip resistant with safety toea. Don't think I'll go 8 inch again too supportive, they make the legs stiff. Wantba decent price too.   FishAr Jan 26, 2015 I always buy red wings but they're high.   itisbruno Jan 26, 2015 Dang, you just missed a DANNER workboot sale at their outlet that ended Sunday. If you create an account at the link, you will get emails announcing sales. I really like Danner made in the USA boots for work boots because most are recraftable, and very comfortable to me. If you need them right away the outlet is worthless because they have sales on certain boots on random dates, but they are sold at about a 50% discount. RedWing boots are not bad either, but I really prefer Danners.   Fox Jan 26, 2015 What kind of work do you do? That will determine what kind of boot you need. The type of work surfaces (concrete vs soil) will determine the soles needed. If you work on concrete all day, look at the Doc Martin workboots. It's difficult these days to find their original workboots as much of their production has gone over to fashion footwear for urban hipsters. But they started with making workboots for factory workers that had to work all day on concrete floors and they have a cushion sole that is second to none for that type of work environment.   Diesel McBadass Jan 26, 2015 Sheet metal shop so guessing concrete   Dennis in MA Jan 26, 2015 I'm still a fan of Timberland Pro line. I think my current ones are plumb worn out - the "toe box" could fit an extra foot in it and the laces work loose too easy. EDIT What bothers me, or just confuses me, in 2015 is that the boot (or shoe) will wear out BEFORE the tread does on most footwear. It was so easy 30 years ago to know your boots were done - the heel was almost smooth. I've got a couple of casual/dress shoes that are over 10 years old with no appreciable wear of the sole. Ditto for the aforementioned Pro Titans. The tread is fine. My foot slides around like Mr. Duggar. It's time to let them go. But they don't LOOK as bad as they feel. The only exception to this rule is a pair of Bean buffalo-hide mocs. This is my 2nd pair. The soles wear out I think by evaporation. But they are very comfortable and fit some situations so I keep them. I just don't go on any long walks with them as I'll be on skin before the walk is over. LOL   Diesel McBadass Jan 26, 2015 Any experience with work shoes vs work boots?   Maxthemutt Jan 26, 2015 I wear Danner 8inch quarry's and really like them. I wore 6inch cheap boots for years as a mechanic and don't think I'd go back to the shorter length. After 12 hours I like the extra support for my ankles. Its like insurance to me. I like Bruno's idea about the outlet for the super rainforests.   Diesel McBadass Jan 26, 2015 my problem is I'm a 10 wide (4e) and can't find anything in stock.   ARP Jan 26, 2015 went to a boot store and tried on every pair in my size that met the criteria of steel toes with meta guard. Redwing, Rocky, Timberland, Carolina, maybe a few others. Narrowed it down to Carolina and Timberland Pro. Carolina won the contest. Aluminum toes, lighter and less conductive of cold, Gortex lined, meta guard, fiberglass shank, replaceable foot beds. Look like mountaineering boots, have a scuff guard wrapped across the toes front and sides, leather under that. about $140. Comfortable for me. It all depends on the shape of your foot, Redwings seem to be for people with flat feet, low arch, I got high arch, not for me. Try a bunch on, only real way to find out, don't be loyal to a brand because they are all you have heard about.   scwine Jan 26, 2015 I like Dr. Martens... [ame=""] Dr. Martens Men's Icon Industrial Strength Steel Toe Boot: Shoes@@AMEPARAM@@[/ame]   davew83 Jan 26, 2015 Danner, buy once cry once. Been wearing a pair I bought in September almost everyday and they still are completely broken in, comfortable enough to wear all day but not completely loose.   Valmet Jan 26, 2015 FishAr said: ↑ I always buy red wings but they're high. Click to expand... I've had my Red Wings for over 10 years and love them. But lately I've began to wonder if they're simply marketing to hipsters these days? And yes, they're considerably higher than they were a few years ago.   rooster31 Jan 26, 2015 I just bought a pair of the cabelas brand work boots. They are pretty comfortable right out of the box and have a vibram sole that hopefully will last. About a 100$ Sent from my iPhone using Ohub Campfire   Maxthemutt Jan 26, 2015 Diesel McBadass said: ↑ my problem is I'm a 10 wide (4e) and can't find anything in stock. Click to expand... The stocking thing is weird. My place always has quarry's is 11.5ee but not super rainforests. I have to order those. Congrats on your new gig Diesel.   Rinspeed Jan 26, 2015 My oldest pair of Danners are almost 14 years old, they still look and feel great on my feet. I think I paid $250 for them and if bought new they would be close to $400. Sure I've worn a **** ton of boots since I bought them but they still are an awesome boot. Danners tend to run on the narrow side so I always order an EE boot and if you want to use a gel insole you might want to order a EE boat and a 1/2 size bigger than you normally wear.   itisbruno Jan 26, 2015 Rinspeed said: ↑ My oldest pair of Danners are almost 14 years old, they still look and feel great on my feet. I think I paid $250 for them and if bought new they would be close to $400. Sure I've worn a **** ton of boots since I bought them but they still are an awesome boot. Danners tend to run on the narrow side so I always order an EE boot and if you want to use a gel insole you might want to order a EE boat and a 1/2 size bigger than you normally wear. Click to expand... Quoted for accuracy.   jame Jan 26, 2015 Diesel McBadass said: ↑ my problem is I'm a 10 wide (4e) and can't find anything in stock. Click to expand... Try being 8 1/2 4E. EVERYTHING is special order. It makes it kind of tricky, because you really can't tell if you like 'em until you get 'em. But I know you've been through all of that. Having effed up feet sucks. edit to add: My boots are Redwings. They're as comfortable as my tennis shoes.   Hauptmann6 Jan 27, 2015 I feel your pain jame, I'm a 10.5 EEEE or EEEEE depending on the shoe. It SUCKS. Even redwings have to be stretched.   sombunya Jan 27, 2015 Buy Red Wings. The ones that are made in Minnesota. They double as ankle weights so you can get some quality exercise at work. They allow fresh air in to cool your feet down when the stitching and welts come apart. They make your wallet much lighter and thus easier to carry around.   tobby Jan 27, 2015 Redwings from Redwing Minnesota.   BigDog[RE] Jan 27, 2015 I'm partial to the Timberland Pro boots, I wear a pair five days a week. I also use abeo orthotic inserts from the Walking Company, makes my boots really comfortable. The combo can't be beat for my feet.   Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2017 XenForo Ltd. Latest Schools Conferences Nurses › Men in Nursing › Good shoes for MEN Last Week! Submit Your August Captions Now. Help Your Peers! by MurseAt50, BSN, RN Apr 18   1,774 Views   8 Comments

0 May seem a weird question to post but shoes for little women are not the same for us men that need something stronger and durable. I'm 5'11' and 220 pounds and while I could lose some weight I'm naturally stocky. I currently use Croc chef shoes which look like clown shoes but who cares they clean up and protect the feet and unlike normal crocs with the added sole they don't wear out from the bottom but they have lost their spring. I'm thinking of using my doc marten boots which would be badass but with a shaved head and beard I already look enough like a biker in scrubs . Not going to wear running shoes I've never liked them and they are impossible to clean. So before I buy new Crocs anyone have a suggestion? I would really like something cushy like how crocs feel when new but maybe something that stands up a little better.   8 Comments

Comment #1 3 Apr 21 by GrumpyRN Be careful bro, you can easily pick up the shoe thing. After 30+ years of working with women I am now quite happy to spend $280 on a pair of shoes. Most recent buy is a pair of trainers (sneakers) for $200. Hand made. I wear trainers but I have a colleague who wears crocs with bare feet - if anything spills he just washes his feet. So my advice, get what you are most comfortable with and ignore everyone else. #2 2 Apr 21 by MurseAt50, BSN, RN The other reason I don't like running shoes besides the cleanup issue is they don't really last and cheap ones actually hurt the feet. I will probably just stick to buying a new pair of 60 dollar crocs every six months. It's not the shoe addiction that worries me as much as the $30+ compression socks I've fallen in love with. #3 2 Apr 22 by MIRN923 I just got a pair of HOKA ONE ONE's. My knees have been bothering me after 12 hour shifts running around on concrete, and HOKAs are very well cushioned. I also have a pair of stable Saucony's that I use Superfeet insoles with. I have tried them all, and in my opinion, athletic shoes are less than half the price of Danskos (and I hate the way Danskos feel and look) and some other high-end shoes, so even if they wear out sooner, just buy another pair. I haven't had an issue with spills or anything, and they breathe well. I don't like Crocs because they don't support my feet well. I find when I wear them, my feet get very tired and achey after just a few hours. #4 0 Apr 22 by MurseAt50, BSN, RN Wow those really are some ugly shoes and this comes from someone who wears Crocs. Definitely more expensive to but I like the return policy on the site. I may have to try these they do look super cushy. #5 1 Apr 23 by Cococure, ADN, BSN My hubby who is also a nurse wears good athletic shoes, usually the running ones that provide support. He also buys several pairs and rotates them around and takes care of his feet. #6 0 Apr 24 by soutthpaw Pro I came from an EMS background so I prefer to wear boots, Currently I wear Timberland Rip Saw boots. they come with a 30 day fit guarantee too. Timberland PRO Men's Rip Saw 9 Inch WP Soft Toe Work Boot,Black,7.5 M US: Shoes If you want a very comfortable and well made slip-on, I recommend trying Thorogood slip on's the have a really nice anti-slip sole. Men's Thorogood Athletic Slip - resistant Work Slip - ons Black, BLACK, 1