Timberland PRO Men's Helix 6" Alloy Toe Work Boots (Waterproof)

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Made for the construction worker who loves hunting on days off, the Men’s Timberland PRO® Helix 6" Alloy Toe Work Boot is the ultimate in both safety and comfort. You need the alloy toe and anti-fatigue technology for your job, and with features like the water-impermeable membrane you’ll find they’re great for hunting, too.

The Men's Timberland PRO® Helix 6" Alloy Toe Work Boot is great both on the job site and in the tree stand. These boots were designed with versatility in mind. You’ll love how the the water-impermeable membrane, nylon diffusion shank, and TiTAN® alloy safety toe work together to create a comfortable, safe, and waterproof boot. The contoured single-density open-cell polyurethane footbed and anti-fatigue technology make it easy to keep on your feet for as long as you need to. Thanks to the cement construction the boots will feel broken-in in no time. Whether on the hunt or on the job, the Helix is a great choice.

Tech Specs:

  • Rugged full-grain waterproof leather with waterproof membrane
  • TiTAN® alloy safety toe for lightweight protection and roomy fit
  • Cement construction
  • Mesh lining with antimicrobial treatment
  • Contoured single-density open-cell polyurethane footbed
  • Dual-purpose top hardware
  • Active heel lock lacing system
  • Nylon diffusion shank
  • Anti-fatigue technology with conical midsole geometry, featuring polyurethane materials
  • Single boot weight for size 9: 885 grams/1.95 pounds
  • Imported
  • Titan Safety Toe is a lightweight, asymmetrical-shaped toe cap. Meets I/75 and C/75 impact and compression ASTM F2412-11 and ASTM F2413-11 safety standards.
  • Water-impermeable membrane keeps feet drier and delivers superior waterproof protection. Also provides bloodborne pathogen protection.
  • Anti-Fatigue Technology absorbs shock and returns energy at key zones of the foot for comfort. Molded, inverted cones support, collapse and return energy in key pressure zones, and the cone structure uses less material for a lighter boot.