“Revive Your Timberland Pro Work Boots with our Resole Services”

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Timberland Pro Work Boots are known for their durability and comfort, but even the best work boots will eventually need to be resoled. When it's time to resole your boots, it's important to choose a skilled cobbler who can do the job right.

There are a few ways to tell if your Timberland Pro Work Boots need to be resoled. The first sign is worn out tread. If the soles are smooth or the lugs are worn down significantly, it's time to replace the soles. Another sign is cracks in the soles or separation between the sole and the upper.

When it comes to resoling your Timberland Pro Work Boots, you have a few options. The first is to send them back to Timberland for resoling. This is a good option if you want to ensure that the job is done by a skilled professional using high-quality materials. However, it can be expensive and time-consuming.

Another option is to find a cobbler who specializes in resoling work boots. Look for someone who has experience working with Timberland Pro boots specifically, as these boots have some unique features that require special attention.

When choosing a cobbler, be sure to ask about their process and materials. Ideally, they should use a high-quality, durable sole material that is appropriate for your specific work environment. They should also be able to provide a warranty or guarantee on their work.

Overall, resoling your Timberland Pro Work Boots is a great way to extend their lifespan and save money in the long run. Whether you choose to send them back to Timberland or find a local cobbler, be sure to choose a reputable professional who will do the job right.


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  1. What brand is that black sole? Vibram? Timberland?

    Cool video and nice to know that I can get these re-soled. I have Thorogood Wellingtons that are ok but I’m just slightly disappointed in some of the construction. I will get them re-soled but I am also looking for a different brand of work boots for my lace ups. Might as well try Timberland Pro at this point

  2. I have a question. Idk if you will read this but….I’m interested in buying a set of timberland pro endurance 8inch but instead bought red wings for purpose of resole and stitch repair.

    Do you think your able to resole a timberland pro endurance 8inch? If so I’ll buy the shoes and when they wear out I’ll send them to you idc if it cost more to send them in. It’ll still be cheaper than buying a new set. Ppl told me timberlands can’t be resolved so finding this video is pretty great.

    I love my redwings but I’d like another type of work shoe, plus timbs look nice.

    You did great job.

  3. Nice vid, I JUST ordered Timberland Pro from Amazon. I’m a truck driver, my boots are on 18+ hrs a day. So I want quality and comfort. My employer will GIVE me a FREE pair of boots every year…. BUT, they are poor quality, ripping after 4 months, laces broke to. Once they’re broken in, they’re ready to trash.

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