Timberland PRO Women’s Titan 6 Inch Alloy Safety Toe Industrial Work Boot

(10 customer reviews)


100% Leather Imported Synthetic sole Shaft measures approximately 5″ from arch Heel measures approximately 1.5″ Platform measures approximately 3/4″ Boot opening measures approximately 9″ around
Soft-toe work boot featuring speed-lacing hardware and padded perforated collar PowerFit comfort system Mesh comfort lining Rubber dual-density outsole Show more

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From the manufacturer

Built on a tradition of craftsmanship and innovation, the timberland pro brand helps you conquer your work day

We know what you wear is as important as the tools you use. We also know that what’s needed to get the job done is always changing, so our footwear and apparel are always evolving, engineered with technologies to provide the very best in comfort, durability and performance—All Day long.

Athletic Work Shoes

Timberland PRO Athletic Work Shoes are built with a focus on lightweight performance and work-ready protection.

Work Hikers

Timberland PRO Work Hikers are designed and reinforced for the most demanding job at hand. The most rugged leathers and aggressive tread patterns are used throughout the collection to create a work boot with the comfort and performance of a hiking boot.

Timberland PRO Footwear

Timberland PRO 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.

6-Inch Work Boots

Designed for optimal performance and comfort on the job, Timberland PRO rugged work boots offer the best in Timberland PRO craftsmanship and classic styling.

8-Inch Work Boots & Loggers

Quality, durability and performance all come together in our rugged 8″ work boots and loggers. Every feature has a purpose, every material is proven to perform in the field- and they’re all built to make long days in the most demanding environments safer and more comfortable.

Hard work, innovation, and a love of the great outdoors are all big parts of the Timberland story. They have been since the very beginning.

In 1973 our original waterproof boots called the “Timberland” were invented. They were rugged, well-crafted, and—thanks to an innovative injection molding technique which was new to the footwear industry—they withstood the elements. These premium “yellow” boots set new standards for waterproof performance in the footwear industry. They became equally popular with outdoor enthusiasts who needed protection in all conditions, professional trade workers who needed rugged dependable gear, and many others who just wanted a great looking pair of boots. These boots defined our brand. They were so groundbreaking that in 1978 we renamed the entire company.

Timberland’s heritage of hard work, innovation, and love of nature continues. We are here to inspire and equip the world to step outside, work together and make it better. Today, we find the outdoors everywhere, from right outside our doors to places far beyond. We find it in cities, suburbs, and the countryside. It’s where we work, play and connect to one another. That’s why we are on a mission to make our brand and company a force for positive change.

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14 x 8 x 4 inches; 1.2 Pounds

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Date First Available ‏ : ‎

September 29, 2006

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Best Sellers Rank:

#26 in Women's Work & Utility Shoes

Customer Reviews:

1,227 ratings

10 reviews for Timberland PRO Women’s Titan 6 Inch Alloy Safety Toe Industrial Work Boot

  1. BzweihornBzweihorn

    Second pair of these. My first was brown. They lasted 3 long seasons of climbing 420 feet of tower crane in winter, to working in mud yards ,to working on 300* degree asphalt, they outlasted my redwings. I love these, I got 9 wide normally wear and 8 1/2 most shoes, I ordered up and wide for wool socks. happy

  2. TATA

    I originally passed this boot up because I wasn’t a fan of the clunky look, but I am so glad I reconsidered! I stand on concrete floors up to ten hours a day, sometimes the floor is wet and sometimes I need to set a huge slab of unpolished glass on the toe ends of my boot. I haven’t slipped and I haven’t been cut through my boot yet. They also keep my feet warm during cooler months.I originally ordered my size which was way too big, so I exchanged for a size down and opted for a wide version (my toes were hitting the side with a normal width). The exchange was seamless and as long as I wear with a thinner sock when it’s hot, they are a perfect fit. Also, I noticed the shoelaces do not need to be tightened when all strapped up. My foot stays snugly in place without tightening. When I first got them and tightened the laces like I would on any other boot, it dug into my ankle making it annoyingly painful. I love this boot. My feet are comfortable and not in pain even with long hours on concrete flooring!

  3. ErikaErika

    After moving to the Pacific NW as winter was approaching, I knew I needed to get some work boots to survive in the snow. I was lazy about trying them on/wearing them in, and didn’t even lace them up until the day I actually needed to wear them–the first snow storm of the season. I assumed I’d get blisters and be terribly uncomfortable. NEITHER was true!! I love these boots SO MUCH. Honestly my feet and legs feel a million times better at the end of a long work day than they did wearing good athletic shoes. I wish I’d started wearing these much sooner. I’m actually wearing these boots right now and I’m not even working! I will update my review once I know how well they hold up over time. So far they are amazing.

  4. Ana

    It’s a little bit infuriating how fewer options are there for women. Fortunately, there are options like this one. These felt good after a 10 hour day in construction, right out of the box. Of course my feet were a bit sore, but not as much I anticipated and not because of the boots. I highly recommend these. Worth the extra $$

  5. mirurgia

    I’ve had these boots for nearly 5 years and I have had the same job for the same amount of time. I am on my feet for 8 hours or more usually and have never had an issue with comfortability in my shoes. They have done the job and then some. The only thing that is “wrong” with them is that you can see the steel now. i have kicked a lot of things which has caused the black layer to peel off. I definitely don’t want to get another pair but I will so everyone at work can shut up about it and I can stop hearing annoying comments about them. Best boots ever! worth every penny!

  6. Island Boy

    I’m only doing this review to clarify some misinformation about this boot. First it’s Timberland’s Powerfit line which is more gear towards comfort and flexibility.NOT WATERPROOF or water resistance. Timberland never advertise this as either. It was meant to wick moisture out of the shoe but if you want water resistance, I would spray it before use. Timberland actually recommend their spray if you want to clean and make it water resistant. Please do not soak it in a tub of water for next reason.Leather is soft so you don’t have to break it in. It is lot softer and flexible than their usual Pro lines of boots. It was meant so you don’t have to break it in and just use it out of the box. This is their comfort line, way more comfortable and flexible That’s why it’s not a true steel toe.Toe has their patented Titan alloy material. Don’t know what it is but you can tell it wasn’t meant for a very heavy item to fall on your toes unlike a steel toe but it has adequate protection for normal usage. The alloy makes this shoe lot lighter too.If you’re not doing heavy construction or work in wet conditions too often, I would recommend this boot even though I purchased it without paying attention. Amazon directed me to this boot when I typed in waterproof boots. This is not Timberland’s fault. So, i kept it because it is a very comfortable to use in everyday work.

  7. J. Adams

    Can’t speak to the longevity yet as I’ve only used them for a month. But right out of the box these were amazing. I ended up swapping insoles for one with more arch support but I have high arches and get pain in most shoes. The laces are a bit short if you’re planning on lacing it up completely. I don’t use the hooks and just tie them loosely so I can slip them on.I’ll update when they finally give outEdit: almost 5 months strong, holding up really well. Broke in very quickly, no pain at all. I swapped the laces for some wax coated thin ones, the ones that come with the boots are very thick and a bit long for me because I don’t tie the boots all the way up. Outer soles have held up extremely well in automotive garage environment, rubber not noticably deteriorating yet (40-60hr/wk). Non slip in most conditions. Not overly sweaty in 90 degree humid weather and not cold in 30 degrees on cement floor (with wool socks). I’m still sold, 5/5.

  8. Juju

    I love these boots! I work in a warehouse/retail environment running around on cement floors all night and these are so much more comfortable than I expected. They fit as expected and are a little heavy but I wore sneakers before these boots. They make me feel like a boss when I’m stomping cardboard flat or a cart accidentally runs over my foot and I feel nothing. They do need breaking in as any shoes do so I don’t recommend taking them to work for long shifts to begin with. There is slight arch support which is a welcome feature that isn’t too high or low. I got thick moisture wicking socks for them which is recommended since the boots can make your feet sweat. I found out wearing too thin socks made me feel uncomfortable so thick work socks for the win! Get these boots if you want to treat your feet right at a physical job or if you want to feel like a boss goth punk who can kick the patriarchy easily.

  9. Seanna Hartbauer

    I’ve been wearing this model of Timberland Pro at work for 10 years. I will be extremely sad when they stop making them.Well built, extremely sturdy. They’re not waterproof, but that is easily remedied with a little synthetic mink oil – I treat every new pair I get. I walk through dirty, oily, and muddy conditions every day in these and they still last a good 2-3 years before I get a new pair. I’ve owned a total of four pair. The first pair I had split across the sole on the ball of my foot, and water was getting in to the shoe. The second and third pairs I replaced simply because they got pretty scuffed, and I go from field to office a lot so I need them to look decent. They’re leather though, and if you have more time than I have, the scuffs could be repaired without issue.These are my favorite boots. Very comfortable to stand/walk in a lot. Only downside is they won’t keep your feet warm, as they aren’t insulated. Otherwise, top notch.

  10. North900

    I was hesitant to purchase these boots because I have another pair of Timberland hiking boots that are extremely rigid and uncomfortable. I took the risk because I liked the look of the shoe, all of the features it comes with, and reviews were mostly positive. I’m happy to be able to add to those positive reviews, no regrets about this purchase whatsoever.I work in operations at a theme park so I needed safety certified shoes but it was also important for the boots to be comfortable, water-resistant, and cute. Here are my observations so far:Water Resistance: Since Florida weather is just as stormy as it is sunshiny I was looking for something that would protect my feet from rain puddles. I’ve had to walk around all day in shoes that just retained water, and it was AWFUL. With these shoes I’m not concerned about having water logged feet at all. In order to break them in faster I stood in a bathtub of hot water for five minutes. The water was only able to penetrate my boots when it got up to where the laces start. At that point water did fill my shoes and pooled around my toes. Afterwards I walked around and within ten minutes my feet felt dry again. The only moisture in my shoes is the water that my socks are still holding onto. It’s a miracle.Slip Resistance: Tried to slide my feet over chemicals dropped on smooth tile and there wasn’t any give. The boots are indeed slip resistant.Comfort/Longevity: I walk anywhere from 10-30 miles during my shift, some if it over cobblestone paths which would send shooting pains up my shins in my old shoes. These shoes have a thick rubber heel which absorb most of the shock of walking on uneven terrain. The sole itself is not cushioned. When I put the boots on for the first time I was wearing thin socks so the soles felt like they might be uncomfortable after a while. Now that they are broken in, and with moderate thickness athletic-type socks, they are the most comfortable shoes I have. Even after 18 miles in them at work, I am not desperate to take them off when I get in the car.Fit: I was nervous about this since I’ve never ordered shoes online. My other Timbs are 5.5 in boy’s sizes, so I ordered the 7.5 wide since I know Timberlands run narrow. When I first put the shoes on they felt roomy, maybe a little too roomy. After I laced them up properly and wore slightly thicker socks they were PERFECT. Formed right around my feet. I wouldn’t say they are true to size since I’m normally an 8 regular.Steel toe: Can’t say I’ve dropped anything on my feet yet but I do kick sticky doors that won’t open without hurting my toes. I can’t even have tell they have steel toes because they are so comfortable, but they are definitely there and I’ll trust these shoes to protect my feet if anything drops.Style: The reason I ultimately went with these shoes and not another pair advertised as waterproof came down to the style. These are cute and versatile. They don’t look wonky with my uniform and they’re also pretty fashionable with some of my regular clothes so I don’t have to wear them just for work. They’re somewhat chunky, that was the look I was going for, but they’re not bulky.Other pros: It’s a hundred degrees out right now and my toes aren’t roasting, so that’s a great thing. They’re hefty but they don’t feel heavy. Apparently there’s some protection against electrical shock built into the bottom of the shoe. I’m not walking over circuits so I don’t mind but maybe it will help me not get struck by lightning, haha.If I had to find a con I would say that the leather around the opening of the shoe feels too rigid but I can tell they will break in fast. In summary, I would absolutely recommend these and plan to buy them again when this pair wears out.

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