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Timberland PRO Boots: Men's 91614 Rip Saw EH Waterproof Composite Toe Boots
You wouldn't go to a mechanic to fix your teeth, or call a doctor to help with your leaking pipes. When you need something important, you go to an expert. So why trust your feet to anything but an expert boot-maker? These Timberland PRO Men's 91614 Rip Saw EH Waterproof Black Composite Toe Logger Boots were made by experts who specialize in creating tough, comfortable, and safe footwear, because when it comes to your feet, you need a pro boot-maker...and not an orthodontist.
Timberland's tall, black boots are constructed in a lace-up design with a fringed kiltie that extends toward the toes. They're made with a combination of premium waterproof leather and durable abrasion-resistant Ever-Guard leather. The two tough leathers are flexible and comfortable around your steps when you wear these Timberland PRO boots. Dual-purpose cast metal top hardware helps you adjust the laces to get a perfect fit every single time. Use the fingergrip pull-on feature to get your feet inside these composite toe boots with ease.
Waterproof membranes add another layer of moisture protection in these abrasion-resistant boots. The lightweight membranes of these logger boots block water, so you stay dry and snug inside. You'll also find lightweight mesh lining inside these waterproof boots. Treated with an antimicrobial protection, the lining kills odor-causing bacteria before it becomes a problem.
These safety toe boots are built with dual-density Anti-Fatigue Technology that softens your steps and absorbs painful impact. The design doesn't just soften your stride, it improves it. The technology absorbs shock and returns it as energy back into your steps at key zones along the feet. Made with moisture-management technology, the two-layer cushioning of these men's boots draws sweat away from skin to leave you feeling dryer and more comfortable.
There's also an Independent Suspension Network inside these anti-fatigue boots, built with Timberland's exclusive technology. That means your every step will be well-supported when you wear these Timberland PRO boots. Steel shanks add structural support to the design, lifting your arches and following the natural curves of your feet to prevent muscle strain. These antimicrobial boots also feature the PowerFit Comfort System and come with Timberland PRO’s 30-Day Comfort Guarantee.
Goodyear welt stitching was used to join the Vibram rubber soles to the leather uppers of these anti-fatigue boots. Leather welt was also used for a durable, heat-resistant bond. Repairable Goodyear welting is done with waxed thread that's resistant to moisture and chemicals to create a firm, dependable bond. The Vibram outsoles on these EH boots are made for traction and for comfort. They're built with shock-resistant rubber and ISN polyurethane comfort zones. Lightweight polyurethane weighs less than rubber, but it absorbs even more force.
The traction tread design features a non-marking, slip-resistant grip. This keeps your steps surer around water and slick flooring when you wear these slip-resistant boots. Oil-resistance protects the tread from common corrosive agents. The soles are even abrasion-resistant and tough against every day wear and tear. Made with a Ladder Lock outsole radius, these soles are made to grip and stay firm to keep your steps steady.
Your steps will also be safe in these black boots. Some of that is thanks to the Swen-Flex puncture-resistant plate. This protects you from nails, glass, sharp rocks, and other hazards you may never see coming. The safety toes of these puncture-resistant boots protect you from the stuff you do see coming, but can't avoid. Shaped on a Titan last for a roomy fit, the composite toes are ASTMF 2413-05 rated to guard you from impact and compression. The composite toe is non-metallic and lighter than steel, but it protects just as well. Unlike steel, composite doesn't conduct electricity, so there is extra safety added to these composite toe boots. They also meet the Canadian Safety Association’s standards, meaning these Rip Saw boots provide protection from open circuits and are puncture-resistant.
Timberland PRO 91614 Rip Saw EH Waterproof Black Composite Toe Logger Men's Boots were made by pro boot makers who know what they're doing. Isn't that the kind of comfort and safety your feet deserve?
4 out of 4 people found this product review helpful.
4 out of 5
I got these boots and was pretty pleased taking them out of the box, look great, comfortable as hell. A lot of cushion and padding in these things. More than my previous pair of Wolverine Buckeye loggers. I had them broke in to a comfortable state in about 3 days. I work in a factory now so most of my day is spent on concrete which makes the weird curved feel of the lugs on the sole a little odd to walk on for a couple of days but I got used to it and the soles eventually wore a little more flat. Tread cleans out pretty good, the uppers are stiff enough to give good support for climbing and unlike other loggers I've had you don't twist your ankles as much walking/running in the woods/brush They kept my feet dry all winter, but....
In the past month or so the leather covering the composite toe cap tore just a little and has continued to get worse, I'd say 70% gone on the toe cap. I figure the waterproof feature is pretty much gone with that. Other than that leather wearing out in less than 6 months and the initial weight of them (you just get used it), they're a great boot.
As I said, very very comfortable as compared to Wolverines, Docs, Schmidts, Carolinas, etc, If i can figure something out for toe coverage on them I'll get another pair.
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5 out of 5
One of the best boots I purchased very comfortable and sturdy...
Very good quality boots. Sturdy and solid, I will buy again. Very comfortable and had plenty of boots in the line of work. Had Carolina boot,s wore out extremely fast, tried different brands and installed tuff toe so far so good.
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5 out of 5
Comfortable, Durable, 3 yr old Timberland PRO boot...
Amazingly comfortable long lasting boot. Bought mine pair 3 yrs ago. Still taking a beating and going strong. The comfort level diminishes over time. I put a pair of Dr. Scholls insoles in which helps when you're working 12 hr. shifts 6 days a week on concrete walking, squatting, crawling, kneeling, bending, climbing, pushing, pulling, etc. Kneeling and crawling on the rough surfaces does take a toll on the toe area tho. I found a product called Tuff Toe that remedied that issue. Restored my boots water-proof-ness and gave it a wear resistant surface. I think the boot will have to completely fall apart now before the toe wears down... let alone completely thru. Original strings too. I just finally found a re-placement pair... but I have no idea when I'll actually wear the new ones, because the old ones are still wonderful. Just wish the price wasn't $100 more then when I bought my first pair ($169). Was tickled to find my re-placement pair for $199 with FREE shipping. Got them today... good to go for a while now. :)
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5 out of 5
3 yr. durable boot...
Bought my pair of Rip Saws about of 3 yrs. ago. Still going strong. I also work in a factory setting and am constantly walking, squatting, kneeling, crawling on cement and climbing ladders to perform my duties. As stated in the previous review, the toe area covering the composite toe wore out/thru. But, I found a product call TUFF TOE and applied that. WONDERFUL! Restored my boots water-proof-ness and is SO DURABLE, that I think the rest of the boot will have to completely fall apart before it wears down - let alone wears thru. Tho the insoles do get tired after this many years of use and abuse (some being 12hrs shifts for 6 days a week), that I put Dr. Scholle insoles in. Boot is completely comfortable still. I have purchased other boots each year, but end up wearing these every day, and giving the other boots away to co-workers.
Would love to purchase another pair, but the price of this boot jumped up $100 from when I bought it... :(
I would recommend this boot to anyone looking for a long lasting COMFORTABLE logger... just wish the price was still around $170 - not $270.