“Gear Up for Work with the Timberland PRO Excave Wellington Soft Toe Boot”

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The Timberland PRO Excave Wellington Soft Toe Work Boot is reviewed by The Boot Guy. The boot is made with a waterproof leather upper and features a soft toe for comfort. The outsole is slip-resistant and made with Timberland's PRO rubber technology. The Boot Guy finds the boot to be comfortable and durable, with good traction on various surfaces. He also notes that the boot runs slightly large and recommends sizing down if in between sizes. Overall, The Boot Guy recommends the Timberland PRO Excave Wellington Soft Toe Work Boot for those in need of a comfortable and slip-resistant work boot.


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  1. Im a sprinkler fitter an bought these boots 4 months ago i love them except the rubber is starting to come loose from the boot rite at the tip of the toe no water leakage but aggravating since i paid 114$ for them. I got long skinny feet shoukd have got a half size smaller because they stretch pretty quick an there a little wide so loose on my foot an i added georgia boot insoles the cc6's an they helped comfort the insoles that came in them sucked compared but i fig. I would atleast get a year out ofm we will c?

  2. @TheBootGuy I've got a question, I love my Roper Cowboy boots, and they have wooden soles. It's coming up on winter, and I'd like a pair of rubberized sole cowboy style boots for winter. Do you have any recommendations?

  3. Thanks for the review. I am a pull on boot guy over laced, but normally the western cut that is harder to get on and off. I had been on the fence about this particular boot for a while, as Timberland is not the first company I think of for waterproofing, but they are comfortable. After your description, I will be pulling the trigger and ordering a pair. Do they run true to size, or should I get a half size bigger? It is easier to put in a gel insert into a loose boot than squeeze into a tight one. Once I get them broke in, will be sure to come back to leave a comment about them.

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