Detailed stitching on rich brown leather? A handsome profile, contrasting orange lining and
ridged black outsoles? There's no question about it are easy on the eyes. Because they're
also easy on the feet, you'll find that they're perfect work shoes.
Timberland PRO 86518 Men's Brown 6" Helix Safety Toe Boots,the brown leather isn't there
to provide pretty decoration, it's breathable and durable enough to keep feet safe and comfortable.
Full-grain leather naturally resists wind and water, so skin stays drier and healthier.
Contoured, open-cell footbeds support and cushion feet with lightweight polyurethane. Lighter
than rubber, yet more shock-absorbent, polyurethane absorbs shock and impact to leave feet
more comfortable. Agion anti-microbial lining covers the footbeds, wicking sweat away from the
feet even as it kills odor-causing bacteria. Lightweight, non-metal nylon shanks won't set off metal
detectors, but they will support feet and arches to reduce muscle strain and discomfort.
These boots are made with Timberland's anti-fatigue technology, which uses conical midsole
geometry to absorb shock and return energy to your feet. The ladder lock outsoles are specifically
designed to provide foot grip even on ladder rungs, not to mention slippery floors. Resistant to both
heat and oil, the soles stand up to extreme temperatures and corrosive chemicals. The soles
even absorb up to 600 volts of dangerous electrical energy, meeting ANSI Z41PT99, ASTM F2412-05
and ASTM F2413-05 safety standards.
The TiTAN safety toes are made with a lightweight, roomy toe area to give you a comfortable fit.
Rated as an ASTM F2413-05 PT Class 75 protective toe, the safety toes will guard against painful
impact and compression. Timberland PRO 86518 Men's Brown 6" Helix Safety Toe Boots are easy
on the eyes, on the feet and on the rest of your body.
M Width: 7-12,13,14,15 | W Width: 7-12,13,14,15
Detailed Product Specifications
Additional Product Features
- Abrasion Resistant
- Slip Resistant
- Oil Resistant
- Comfort Guarantee
- Electrical Hazard (EH)