Review of the Timberland 6" direct-attach soft toe boot

Published by 
Al Roberts
Last updated: 
March 18, 2024

the Timberland 6" direct-attach soft toe boot

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  • Full-grained leather for durability and to help repel water
  • Anti-slip rubber sole
  • Seam sealed joins, which aids in stopping water entering on even the wettest of days
  • Lightweight blown-thermal plastic mid-sole for flexibility and cushioning
  • Super durable - Direct-inject construction is used when making these boots, which ensures you get the most use possible

Lets talk comfort…

Comfort is definitely the strong point here. They are made from soft premium full-grained leather, which means a minimal break in time, and very comfortable work boots. The leather also provides the waterproofing, but they have gone one step further and seam-sealed the joins. Anyone who has ever put on a seam-sealed wet suit will know if makes a HUGE difference, as seams are weak points to water entry.

They are also light- lined with Thinsulate insulation, which keeps your feet warm, without the bulk. Thinsulate is the ultimate insulation for work boots, as its super warm, yet super light at the same time

Comfort is at an all time high with the Timberland direct attach soft toe boot, and we believe this is the reason for these boots success.

Lets talk safety…Timberland Pro Direct Attach 6 Steel Toe

Apart from the oil and slip resistant rubber soles, there aren't many notable safety features, other than the option of getting the boot in steel or soft toe. This is alright though, since most people choose this boot when looking for comfort and waterproof-ness over safety. If you are looking for the ultimate in workbook safety, check out this great boot made by Timberland pro.

Will they last?

These work boots were not made for the toughest environment's in mind, so if you work in construction, logging, etc, you will find yourself replacing them often. For everyone else, these are a great choice; they are still have great all-round durability if you take care of them the way you should.

Whats the damage?

Setting you back between $100-$150, this is the average work boot price and these work boots fit nicely in this price category. For such a great all-rounder work boot, which also looks so cool, it represents great value.

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