4.4 out of 5
Great looking boot!
December 06, 2010
Bought this boot mainly for casual wear, going out etc. It fits great, laces aren't too long and is pretty light, even with all the metal built into it. No issues with this boot yet, the construction and durability are spot on! It will add an 1"+ to your height. Haven't tried out the waterproofing yet but if I see a big enough puddle I'll be jumping in!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
June 14, 2009
this boot has no zipper; it's cousin (the chocolate brown one) does. it binds at the ankle bone during break-in but is getting better. the feet are very comfortable and dry (no sweat-haven't used in mud or rain yet) takes getting used to riding a motorcycle due to the sticky sole and the ladder lock.
July 31, 2010
I thought it was going to be a heavy boot. I was wrong it is lightweight and I have worn this boot for a year now and it still looks new. I love this boot. It wears like iron and is so lightweight. Great ankle support. I wear this going out in the town for work and play. I cant get over how tough this boot is. It still will look new after years of wear and tear. Also I am a big guy and can be brutal on boots. These are holdin up and plan on buyin another pair just because they look so good.
Good looking, tough boots
August 29, 2011
These boots are great for work, very tough and durable. I've had my jet ski trailer roll up on the toe and didn't feel a thing. They look great and provide great ankle support. The only con is that you need heavy duty socks to prevent major rub to your toe tops because the safety toe is not well cushioned.Pros: Build quality, Performance, Cons: safety toe rubs toes
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Outside good, inside not as tough
May 04, 2012
I've owned these boots for about three years now. I bought them about the same time as a pair of Timberland Pro Powerwelt Wellingtons, as I wanted to try some different styles as well as be able to rotate through pairs. After 2 years of wearing them no more frequently than every other day, the liners in both the Titans & Powerwelts began to tear at the very rear just above the ankle. While the exteriors & soles are very rugged as other reviewers have stated, the flimsy liners are serious drawbacks. In both cases, the torn liner will bunch up when trying to extract your foot, making removal difficult. With the Titans I have to reach inside to hold the liner back to get my foot out. This is not possible with the (pull on) Wellingtons, rendering them unusable. This is unfortunate, because the exteriors seem like they could last 10 years. Moving on to another brand.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size 7, size 7.5, size 8, size 8.5, size 9, size 9.5, size 10, size 10.5, size 11, size 11.5, size 12, size 13, size 14 and size 15: 7, 7.5, 8, 8.5, 9, 9.5, 10, 10.5, 11, 11.5, 12, 13, 14, 15.