Timberland Pro Splitrock Pro Safety Boots Wheat Size 10
Nice looking, comfortable boot
I ordered a pair of the Timberland Pro Traditional work boots but found them instantly uncomfortable and too restrictive in the ankle so exchanged them for these.
The Splitrock are an expensive work boot but I feel worth the investment on account of all the safety features they offer.
I cant comment on their durability yet but Timberland do have a decent reputation so can only hope. I'd say also, if you're between sizes - go smaller with these boots.
18 May 2015
I purchased the left hand boot and got the right hand one completely free! Bargain. Both are very comfortable and a good fit. Didn't come with socks but laces were included and the box is lovely.
3 Mar 2015
Very comfortable Boots
These boots are very very comfortable, I have an arthritic left ankle and both my knees are not good either so comfort is very important to me and these boots are very comfortable. I do a lot of on site carpentry and second fix and they are very durable for this type of work. The leather is very good quality and will polish up very well which I do every week. The down side of these boots is they are no good for ground woks or demolition works, they are not built rugged enough for this very demanding type of work, the top of the rubber band around the top of the sole comes off but it does not effect the performance of the boot. Spend extra Â£ and you get quality, comfort and they last. If you work up to 70 hours a week hours a week and 50 of them are on site on the tolls I find very few boots last more than 9 to 12 months mine are a year old now and still going strong.
10 May 2014
Good boots, short lived
These boots look great, and are very comfortable, BUT the rubber seem above the sole split after a couple of months. for the money this is not expected.
still for work boots they are extremely comfortable and light weight
6 Jan 2014