Timberland Boots: Waterproof Composite Toe Pull-On Boots 85523 Mount Vernon
In the face of an emergency, a fireman doesn't have a minute to spare. That's why firemen prefer pull-on boot designs, so that precious seconds aren't wasted on laces. Though you may not be responding to an official emergency, you value each second of your morning. Get some of those seconds back with the convenient pull-on design of Timberland 85523 Mount Vernon Waterproof Boots.
In addition to convenience, these boots also deliver lightweight support. Each boot weighs just over 1 pound, so it won't weigh down your walk. But although the boots are lightweight, they're still extra durable. The black boots are made with waterproof, polishable leather. The interior of the boots also keeps out moisture thanks to the moisture-wicking lining. This feature helps keep your feet cool in the summer and warm in the winter.
If you're working in high security environments, you'll appreciate the non-metallic design. The composite toe protects your feet against rolling and falling objects. Because they're extra roomy, the composite toes protect your feet without squeezing them in. The boots also provide supreme comfort with a cushioned insole. The anti-fatigue technology absorbs the shock and stress of the work floor and returns energy to your feet. This technology also helps you maintain proper gait to keep your walk strong.
The nylon shank guards your arches for protection on hard surfaces. The Vibram outsole delivers stability with a slip-, oil-, and abrasion-resistant tread design. Because the boots resistant the abrasion of your work floor, you'll get more wear for your money.
Use the pull-on tabs to get in and out of these boots easily and enjoy all the support and comfort they offer to your work day. Don't waste another minute. Put a pair of Timberland 85523 Mt. Vernon Composite Toe Boots in your cart today.
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Additional Product Features
- Abrasion Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Comfort Guarantee
- Electrical Hazard (EH)