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Old 01-25-2008, 11:24 PM   #1
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Default poor workmanship.? or do i work to hard.?

i do flooring installation and removal for a living, alays on my knee'*.

is this something under warranty from timberland. should i send these back to them.?
they are 7 months old but not even worn on the bottom look. (cell pics)

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what do you think. do i work too hard.?
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Old 01-25-2008, 11:26 PM   #2
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Ugh, Timberland. Try Redwings. I have a pair that is almost eight years old. Soles are flat, but I can get new ones...
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I think timberlands are more dress/street shoes before they are anything. I wouldnt never wear mine to work. I dont think they arnt made to handle that kind of stuff. Redwings would be the way to go.
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I think timberlands are more dress/street shoes before they are anything. I wouldnt never wear mine to work. I dont think they arnt made to handle that kind of stuff. Redwings would be the way to go.
but i thought tim'* had there specific boot for work only thats why i bought them.

redwings.? honestly never heard of them.

where can i get them. macy'* or payless.
and what would they run me..
i had a pair of no names for about 4 yr'* and never a problem but they made my feet sweat too much man what a smell those things left but they were comfortable as all hell
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X2 on the redwings...i love 'em so much i'm on my third or fourth pair of the same style.
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http://www.redwingshoes.com/

http://www.redwingshoestore.info/dealers/68/ (Allentown, PA)
RED WING SHOE STORE
323 * CEDAR CREST BLVD
ALLENTOWN PA 18103-1807
610-821-8950

KAYTON CO.
1045 GRAPE ST.
WHITEHALL PA 18052-5107
610-266-1045

http://moyers-shoes.com/
MOYERS SHOES
316 W BROAD STREET
QUAKERTOWN PA 18951-1249
215 536-6378

http://www.shermanbrothers.com/
SHERMAN BROS
139 N WEST END BLVD
QUAKERTOWN PA 18951-1135
215-536-5511
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http://www.redwingshoes.com/

http://www.redwingshoestore.info/dealers/68/ (Allentown, PA)
RED WING SHOE STORE
323 * CEDAR CREST BLVD
ALLENTOWN PA 18103-1807
610-821-8950

KAYTON CO.
1045 GRAPE ST.
WHITEHALL PA 18052-5107
610-266-1045

http://moyers-shoes.com/
MOYERS SHOES
316 W BROAD STREET
QUAKERTOWN PA 18951-1249
215 536-6378

http://www.shermanbrothers.com/
SHERMAN BROS
139 N WEST END BLVD
QUAKERTOWN PA 18951-1135
215-536-5511
whoa dude can you see what im doing right now

you named every store within 2-5 minutes from my house..
thanks ill go check'em out and see how comfortable they are.
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The only tims ive seen are street type ones. Mine are white and they arn't that great the soul <----- how ever you spell it lol fell off of them to when i wore them 4 wheeling i just dont think they are that durable for what they cost.
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I had a pair of T'land PROS and they were the most uncomfortable boots I had ever worn.

Get ya self a pair of Wolverines. I just retired the 7th pair of the same style. Stay away from Georgia Boots,uncomfortable as well
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I love my Tland steel-toe Pros. I ditched the insole immediately with some $40 insoles though so that could be why. They are very comfortable. I don't work that much or that hard in them though. Regular everyday winter boots plus some tree removal last summer.
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