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Timberland Pro Hypercharge Turkish Coffee Brown Composite Toe Lace Up Work Boots

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Timberland's field-tested Hypercharge men's work boots are built for agility, comfort, and protection, so you can perform to your highest level without worrying about your feet.

  • 6"
  • Full Grain Leather
  • Turkish Coffee Foot and Upper
  • Comp Toe
  • Anti Fatique Insole
  • Stable Stride Technology
  • Heat, Oil and Slip Resistant
  • Electrical Hazard Rated
  • Water Resistant 
  • Lace Up

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2.8 of 5
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Rated 2 out of 5
Not the same boot that I bought a little over two years ago
It's not the same boot… it looks similar but doesn't feel the same, loved these boots and ran them until they literally fell apart, over two years of use out of them, I'm not sure how to explain but these simply don't seem to fit the same? More slip on my heel the tongue sticks out weird seems to have less padding on the tongue as well maybe I'm crazy who knows
December 15, 2021
Florida
Originally posted at
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Rated 2 out of 5
Maybe not so much
The eyelet already came off after about 10 wears. Not well made. Not buying again.
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December 8, 2021
South Texas
Originally posted at
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Rated 3 out of 5
I would not buy this boot again
I walk about 12 Miles and go up and down on stairs. I care light medium heavy Packages.I get in and out off a truck clim up and down from the back off a 26 box truck 5 days every week.I work about 10 hrs everyday.The boot is great love it how it feels on my feet very comfortable very Cushnie when a walk run up the stairs with a package on my shoulder and down the stairs jump to get inside the truck.The front of the boot was glue on After about three weeks they started to come apart and after that I just had to buy a new pair of boots
November 17, 2021
Oklahoma City Oklahoma
Originally posted at
Timberland
Rated 3 out of 5
Anti fatigue
Purchased the hyper charge 3 weeks ago. My feet have been killing me since then.. I have had multiple pair of Timberland Pro Titan boots. This boot is not even close to as comfortable as the boots I have had previously.
November 16, 2021
Alabama
Originally posted at
Timberland
Rated 1 out of 5
Don't buy
Bought this boot and soul started falling apart with the first 45 days. Very disappointed. Called the store I bought them from and was told no returns after 30 days and that's how these boots are.These killed my back after the first month. I used to buy the Helix and get at least 8 months. Likely the last timberland boot I will buy!
October 14, 2021
Louisville, KY
Originally posted at
Timberland
Rated 5 out of 5
Looks good.
I love the style, although it's confusing the sizing with W and M. I bought the 9.5W since my feet are a little wide. Still feel a little tight but not uncomfortable. I hope by using them they stretch a little bit.
September 24, 2021
Randallstown, MD
Originally posted at
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Rated 4 out of 5
Comfortable but colors are misleading
This is a very comfortable boot that I will wear to work. However I ordered the brown full grain thinking it was the lighter color brown. When I received the boots it was the darker color brown. So I will have to re-order the boot as medium brown full grain.
September 22, 2021
New York, NY
Originally posted at
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Rated 2 out of 5
Very concerned I made a bad purchase
I found a great deal on these boots. Great price, great looking design, lightweight, and great materials. But this heel pain that others mention is real. They are killing my heels when I walk. I'm not sure how long I can endure the pain and discomfort. I didn't read these until now when I wanted to see if others had dealt with this as well.
August 31, 2021
Greenville, KY
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