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These are fashion boots, not work boots. They flat out hurt when walking on anything but flat concrete. Even that hurts if you do it all day. Okay, maybe if you stand still, without tying them. Just trying them on seemed fine with a good sock when I got them. After a day, I figured they might just need to break in. After a week in them, they are going in the trash. Very disappointed with this purchase. I've had many boots in my day, even Timblerland boots, that's why I bough these. I know some get better as you break them in. These are not going too. They are painful. The way the ankles are made digs in hard up the front when on angles (roof) or just even walking downhill. When going uphill, the heel just hurts. No padding at all. The heel cup base hits the sole at 90°. Who's foot has a hard corner on it like that? Nobody does. Really Timberline? Who fell asleep in you ergonomics department? I'd like to wake em up with a boot to the head. Or blame their boss for paying an idiot. I bet they looked good in the boardroom as a drawing. They are horrible as a real work boot. This whole week, the best part of my day was taking these boots off. If I could give these boots no stars at all (or negative) I would.
from Portland, OR
These are great shoes, and my second pair of Danners. Personally, I enjoy shoes with a wide toe box, Stan Smiths by Adidas are my all time favorite shoe; but these ones may just give them a run for their money. My first pair of Danners were their Crater Rim hiking shoe, which I was a 9.5EE. When I received these I noticed a slightly larger amount of heal slip than I was used to in my Crater Rims, and being a resident of Portland, I promptly went down to the local Danner factory store and they told me that for most people the Tramline runs about a 1/2 size large, so instead of a 9.5EE I needed a 9EE. No problem, luckily Zappos is best and I chose a good company to find the perfect fit for a shoe that will last.
I replaced uncomfortable work boots when the soles finally fell off. These are so incredibly comfortable, I cannot believe it.
About Work & Industry Shoes
No matter if your job entails working long shifts, enduring heavy loads, trekking over difficult terrain, or chasing the bad guys, you need work footwear with the cushioning, support and durability to get you through your workday. From steel-toe boots to slip-resistance outsoles, the needs of every workplace are different. Whether you’re female or male, with today’s innovation you can also add style to your look while still being functional in any situation.
Safety and protection in the work place are vital, and Timberland PRO® work boots like the Titan® 6” Composite Toe feature the TiTAN® safety toe to provide added protection, and the Helix boot is designed with Anti-Fatigue technology to ensure all-day comfort. The Keen Utility® Detroit and Tacoma work boots have a durable leather construction and feature KEEN.PROTECT rubber toe protection with a KEEN.DRY membrane that offers superior waterproof protection. Many of the styles mentioned above and styles like the Irish Setter® 83601 boot, Skechers Work® Foreman-Storm boot and the Caterpillar® 2nd Shift boot meet ANSI, ASTM and/or electrical hazard ratings with their rugged leather construction and durable rubber outsoles to protect you during hazardous work environments.
Nurses and hospital personnel have more comfort options than ever before. The Nurse Mates™ Bryar work clog and the Callie slip-on offer soft, supportive footbeds, while the The Dankso® Professional work clog contours to the shape of your foot for all-day comfort. The Timberland PRO® Renova™ work footwear lets you roll through your rounds with styles like the Professional and Caregiver slip-on shoes offering long-lasting comfort with their Anti-Fatigue technology and heel-to-toe rocker outsole. All these styles, while striving for incredible comfort, also feature slip-resistant outsoles to protect against slipping on wet or oily surfaces in the workplace.
Hospitality careers require you to be fast on your feet from the moment your shift starts. MOZO® footwear like the Shark style allows you to adjust your shoe to your comfort level with their TripleFit System™, and its Spider Traction™ slip-resistant outsole provides superior traction on wet surfaces. The Timberland PRO® Five Star Fairmont and Five Star Regent styles ensure comfort with their Anti-Fatigue technology and SafeGrip™ rubber outsoles for superb traction. The Sanita® Professional Cabrio clogs are easy to slip into with their anatomically shaped footbed and shock-resistant rubber outsoles that provide maximum comfort during those long hours.
Whether in law enforcement or the military, the rigors of your job are stressful to both mind and body. Bates® footwear designs boots like their Delta and Tactical styles with rugged leather and athletic cement construction for form-fitting comfort, durability and flexibility. Magnum® Response II and Spider boots have a breathable constructed to keep your feet dry and comfortable in hot conditions. All these brands help keep our men in uniform performing at their finest every single day.
Work boots, shoes and clogs have had major advancements in materials, construction and technology, allowing you to stay comfortable and stabilized while standing for long, grueling hours. When you think of work and industry footwear, these brands strive to keep your feet supported, comfortable and secure every time you head out to work.