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Timberland PRO Men’s Powertrain Alloy Toe

Timberland PRO Powertrain footwear styles stand up to the rigors of the worksite. With built-in comfort technologies, electrical hazard protection and slip-and-oil resistant soles- they deliver optimal performance on the job- all day long.

  • 100% Nylon
  • Imported
  • Synthetic sole
  • Premium ripstop nylon upper with abrasion-resistant screen print
  • Alloy safety toe on TiTan last
  • Mesh lining with antimicrobial treatment for odor control
  • Proprietary outsole with built-in Anti-Fatigue Technology
  • Non-metallic shank for structural support

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Timberland PRO Powertrain
released on July 8, 2017

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4 Reviews for Timberland PRO Powertrain

  1. Anna

    My workdays are 10-12 hrs days, walking on different surfaces: dirt, asphalt, and warehouse, production floors. I’ve been wearing Timberland (Helix) boots for the past 10+ years. They have always been a nice and cushioned boot, but are a little bit heavier shoe than I would like, so I decided to give this style a try. I’ve been wearing these boots for a week and from my experience, I can say that they are a more lightweight, lower-profile, mid-high shoe with ankle protection (which is what I was after). If you are looking for a construction worker boot, this is not likely the right fit. They are not leather and the bottom of the shoes do not look to be built for the constant shoe bending. This type of boot would be better suited for plant workers, where safety shoes are required. Realistically, I expect the life-span of my boots to be 1 year. I don’t see any reason why these wouldn’t hold up. So far, these boots have been comfortable and “cushiony” (no foot fatigue). The laces are much thinner than the heavy duty Helix ones, and I was a little unsure at first, but they’ve worked great and don’t loosen like the others. I’m happy with my purchase.Edited: 2 years later and I can say that I’m still happy with my purchase! Changed from 4 stars to 5 stars.

  2. Suzanne Lipcaman

    I nearly gave these shoe’s a 4 or 5 star rating had i done the review after a month or two of owning them. They are incredibly light (especially considering the safety toe) and extremely comfortable. Having started a job where I was working five or six 10 hour days per week I was overjoyed at how these shoes felt. They also breathe well so my feet didn’t get as hot.Unfortunately, everything nice I can say about these shoes is overshadowed by the fact that they lack terribly in terms of durability. I was working indoors on a very smooth concrete floor. The safety toe on the right shoe wore through after crawling on my knees for about 10 minutes the first day. I was disappointed but honestly once the rubber wore off the safety toe they didn’t wear any further so it was mostly cosmetic. That is until after about 4 months of wear the sole of the left boot split completly at the balls of the foot. Literally the shoe almost broke in half, even the inner sole split. I noticed when I walked through a very small amount of water that was on the floor and my foot got wet.Maybe I expect too much but I feel like a pair of “construction grade” work shoes should last a lot longer than 4 months in that environment. Light, comfortable, and fragile. Would not recommend for construction work.

  3. Jason

    These are literally the only shoes that I ever wear, ever, and I like them so much, that I actually purchased three pairs of them. However, there are a few things that I need to point out:First:I have a very narrow foot, and I normally never order a wide shoe, but in this boot, I needed to order the wide (W) version. I first purchased the non-wide version, and my big toe would rub against the toe box. So then I ordered one size up, and the boot was too big. So then I decided to order the wide version of the initial size that I ordered, and it fit perfectly. So even if you never order a wide version of a boot or shoe, you might need to order the wide version for this particular boot. If your toe rubs on the toe box, don’t give up on these boots, just order the wide version, and see if that helps.Second:I always wear these boots with two different after market insoles inside of each boot, including a gel insole, and a memory foam insole. So when I say that I like these boots, part of the reason at to why I like them so much, definitely has something to do with the after market insoles that I wear inside of them, but nevertheless, I do love these boots, and I highly recommend them.But having said that, the standard insole that come with these boots, will probably not be enough for most people. Furthermore, I always wear two pairs of thick Dickey’s kevlar socks, while using these boots. So it is the combination of all of that padding, along with these boots, that makes me enjoy these so much.I have literally purchased close to twenty different pairs of Timberland boots in the last 20 years, and these are by far my favorites. In my opinion, what make these boots stand out from the others that I have worn before, is the sole of the boot. The sole of this boot is semi soft, and has give and cushion to it. The sole of this particular boot has more cushion and give to it, than any other boot you will find in a boot or shoe store; I can pretty much promise you that.In addition to the nearly 20 different Timberland boots that I have owned, I have also owned and tried countless other boots, in my quest to find a good pair to wear, and these are by far my new favorites. I have been wearing them constantly, for an average of twelve hours a day, for almost one full year, and they are still going strong.Unfortunately, what seems to happen, is that when a company finally makes a good product, they seem to change their formula for that particular product, and then in the process they ruin the original version of it. That is why I purchased three pairs of these things, and I will probably purchase another three pairs of them in the not too distant future. I work in a factory all day, every day, and I can’t afford to not be wearing good footwear.I have no affiliation with Timberland at all, and this is an independent review.Update on 2/16/2020:I purchased three more pairs of these boots. They are still working very well for me. I wear them about 60 hours a week and over 2500 hours a year. I continue to wear two thick pairs of Dickey’s kevlar socks with them, and two after market insoles with them, which include one thin memory foam insert and one gel insert on top of that. But overall, my opinion of these boots has not changed, and I continue to hope that Timberland continues to manufacture them, and that they do not change their formula for making them.One thing that I do want to mention, is the in my last order of three pairs of these boots, one of the pairs was wearing against the back of my heel really hard, and I decided to exchange it for another pair. So the lesson from that experience, is that if one of these pairs wears really hard against your heel, don’t give up on them, and try it for a few more days, and then exchange it for another pair if necessary. The other two pairs gave me no problems.I continue to think that the stock Timberland inserts with these boots, are inadequate, but that is fine, given that no single insert will please everyone, and there are plenty of after market inserts to choose from.Lastly, I recommend waiting for these boots to go on sale. I have seen them on Amazon for as much as $120.00 and as low as $104.99.Hope that helps. These are are great, comfortable, durable, and light, safety toe boots.

  4. Sebastian

    I recommend you buy these shoes half a size bigger than your running shoes since the jobs they are used for can make your feet a bit swollen, i work in a warehouse walking 15-20km daily, got blisters from other boots, these saved my feet and my knees, i recommend anyone to buy some insoles as well since the ones that come with the shoes arent really any good

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// MORE INFO

Timberland PRO® Powertrain Collection Updates Classic Indoor Safety Shoes to Exceed On-the-Job Requirements - PR Newswire

October 1, 2014 - PR Newswire

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