Timberland PRO Men’s Pitboss 6″ Steel-Toe Boot, Brown , 10 D – Medium
Last updated on February 26, 2022 9:42 am
- 100% Leather
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 5.5″ from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.5″
- STAY ON YOUR FEET: Our Pit Boss is everything a steel toe boot should be: Safe, tough & comfortable. These leather work boots meet ANSI safety standards and feature slip-, oil- and abrasion resistant outsoles for traction & padded top collars for comfort.
- SAFETY AND COMFORT: PRO 24/7 Comfort Suspension technology is a unique comfort system that meets the most rigorous work site demands — 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It helps reduce foot fatigue, support the arch and cushion every step.
- A SOURCE OF PRIDE: We know you take pride in your work, so our soft-toed shoes and boots and steel-toe boots and shoes are designed to provide you with enhanced job performance day in and day out. Wear them at work well as at home with comfort & style.
- QUALITY WORKWEAR: Timberland PRO assesses the unmet needs of those who work in the most demanding environments and then develops solutions that deliver ultimate comfort, durability & protection—all day long—from work boots & shoes to anti-fatigue insoles.
- Rugged nubuck leather with breathable and moisture-wicking lining , built with goodyear welt construction for a durable mechanical bond
- Open-cell polyurethane footbed
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer|
13 x 12 x 6 inches, 1.8 Pounds
|Item model number|
|Date First Available|
October 2, 2000
|Country of Origin|
Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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The boots are nice looking, super comfortable and well made. My main issue is the leather which, seems to scuff quite easily. Even a small bump can rip out leather on the toe caps.
My boot was only 3 days when a slight bump left me with a 3mm deep hole on the leather above the toe cap.
Honestly, I spent a long time deciding on what to buy and this is both ugly and disappointing.
Update 8 months later.
Still going. Small bit of sole coming loose and I lost one quick lace but they remain safe and sturdy.
Probably buy Cat next time.
Brian Palmer –
These are made as well as you might imagine. My main beef is they are just too narrow around the big toe/ball of foot. I have a fairly narrow fit so I’m kinda surprised. They are made well and may fit you just fine but the main reason I wouldn’t buy them again is they just aren’t comfortable. I’ve had them a while now and they just never really broke in. I don’t really know how to rate them. .. just give three stars to be neutral.
I bought these for my brother for Christmas but in brown and he absolutely love them one of my other brothers got jealous and wanted a pair So he’s now getting them for his birthday these boots never disappoint especially for the price high quality well made my brothers absolutely love them they fit true to size and last you a very long time and look good, I stand by these boots highly recommended!
Amazon Customer –
I’ve bought this same style of Timberland Boots numerous times. This pair of boots I noticed right out of the box as being off cheap quality. The soles are of cheap quality. The boots are made and feel like fake leather. They have a green tag on the tongue that I don’t have on any other of my boots Timberland boots of the same exact style.
Eric Brenn –
Got this product so I could wear a boot that is really comfortable. Even thought it has great craftmanship, it really hurt to wear them. You find yourself limping around after you take them off if you are are on your feet hurt. Did not meet expectations. I suffered with these things for a week and thought they would break in or something good would come of my investment, but no luck. With all comments I thought this was the one boot for me. Into the can they go. Searching for something else that I can walk and stand in all day. For a person that would spend $500 on good shoes this was a fail. This product needs some definite redesign to do what they advertise it does in comfort. Maybe I just got a defective product, but seems better to spend 250 or 300 on a different boot than hassle with being on hold finding box going to mail it back with a high probability in getting a pain in the foot product. I hate giving negative feedback, but I would like to know this before I bought one.
Ian and Jess –
Like the title says, get the “wide” version of your size. I bought the regular and my pinky toe was swished all day.
Solid pair of steel toes for the price. The break in time was longer than normal. Unfortunately, I had to return these after only 2 weeks because the left boot would give me bruises and blisters around my ankle. The right boot broke in just fine, no problems. Other than that they are good boots and i’d Recommend them.
This shoe actually bruised my right ankle while breaking it in, I still can not tighten the laces up on it after a month. The issue is the design and application of the ASTM label in the right boot. It is a themal applied label that appears to melt the foam backing in manufacturing. The label and damaged foam just happen to be at your ankle. I could only wear them for a few hours a day and not succesive days in a row. They are almost broke in now, but what a pain. A little advice to Timberland is to put the label on the tongue, it would solve the issue. The left boot was great from day one and that is the only difference. Piece of advice if you buy them, only tighten the laces up enough to keep the boot on your foot while breaking them in. It will save you a lot of pain.
Chris L. –
I’ve worn these boots for years, at a job where I would spend 90% of the day on my feet. Yes, they are hefty and are not “lightweight” by any means, but I have found that it’s one small downside against the many upsides.
The steel toes are probably the main factor in the high weight, but the benefits of that are obvious. I’m sure that if I didn’t wear steel-toe boots at work I would have seriously damaged my feet a long time ago. Besides good protection, these shoes also have a good amount of cushion and support, which also does add to the weight.
The last pair of boots I bought I decided to try a different brand because they felt much lighter. After wearing them for a while, I have discovered that they are much less comfortable than the Timberlands. So I guess it’s ultimately up to the wearer to decide what they prefer: lightweight or comfortable. I think for me, the weight isn’t so bad.
The one downside I found is that they run a bit small, so I had to get a half-size up from my sneaker size. Otherwise, I have no complaints and I will continue wearing Timberland Pro boots for work.
I liked the fact that I can be in these boots for 15 hours and feeling them. It is somewhat waterproof. I wore them in the heavy rain but didn’t submerge. It is warm but I use smart wool socks which are regulate the heat.
Cons I would say not great traction especially wet on the metal. Also you have to find your size exactly. I do wear wide version and love it.
Of course, I have only four months’ experience with it. Perhaps will update in time.
Carlos G. Castellanos García Rojas –
A pesar de su apariencia tosca, son verdaderamente cómodas. las use todo el día y no tuve sensación de cansancio, para realizar trabajos de herrería y carpintería. El casco de la bota no molesta porque es amplio y te da la confianza de que tus pies están protegidos de caída de objetos pesados, ademas tienen una suela verdaderamente confiable contra derrape o resbalón, lo usé en escaleras de aluminio y me sentí muy seguro. por lo demás la calidad Timberland es superlativa, no las cambiaría por otras.