Timberland Womens Pro Hightower 6 Alloy Toe Work Boot


Timberland Women's Pro Hightower 6" Alloy Toe Work Boot


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Timberland PRO® Women's Hightower Work Boots takes on long work days with alloy safety toes, anti-fatigue footbeds, waterproof protection and all-weather outsoles that resist slipping, oils and heat.

  • Premium Full Grain Leather uppers with waterproof membrane to lock out water
  • Alloy safety toe shaped on Women's last
  • Cement construction
  • Cast-metal hardware
  • Antimicrobial-treated linings for odor control
  • Fiberglass shank for structural support
  • Dynamic anti-fatigue technology Polyurethane footbeds with dynamic arches
  • Non-marking, all-weather TPU (thermoplastic urethane) outsoles: slip-, oil- and heat-resistant to 248 degrees Fahrenheit (120 degrees Celsius)
  • Imported

Product Features:

Upper Waterproof Premium Full Grain Leather
Electrical Hazard Meets US and Canadian safety standards including ASTM F2412-11 and ASTM F2413-11 I/75 and C/75 impact and compression safety standards and CAN/CSA-Z195-14 Grade 1
Toe Protection Alloy Toe
Weight Single boot (size 7): 1.34 lbs.
Outsole TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) traction; slip-, oil- and heat-resistant
Support (shank) Fiberglass
Lining Breathable Mesh
Footbed Polyurethane anti-fatigue with dynamic arches
Waterproof Yes
Last Women's
Insert Waterproof membrane

Style Number: TBOA1KKS214

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Stemming from the purchase of the Abington Shoe company in the 1950s, the Timberland® label has grown to include an eclectic line of footwear such as hiking boots, Timberland PRO® work boots and men's and women's casual shoes.

It's a big company made up of a lot of small parts and a lot of talented, responsible and giving individuals. In the process of churning out high-quality footwear, Timberland has not only taken steps to ensure the company is environmentally and socially responsible, but is, in fact, a leader in the movement.

Its Path of Service™ program provides every Timberland employee up to 40 hours paid leave each year for community service and it collaborates with organizations such as Clean Air - Cool Planet and the Organic Exchange to address its contribution to the climate change, reduce its use of harmful chemicals, and increase its use of more-sustainable natural resources. Additionally, serving at annual global events like Earth Day, and its own Serv-a-palooza aligns Timberland even more closely with partners who share the same goal of increasing their collective impact on this planet through service.

Along the way, Timberland has found the time to advance its market dominance by introducing technology such as the Timberland Trail Grip™ sole, Advanced Combination Construction (ACC) and B.S.F.P.™ outsole, and the Timberland PreciseFit™ system.

From its products to its ethics to its passion, Timberland is making this world better - one product, one employee, one step at a time.

Timberland - Make it Better.™