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Timberland Pro Valor Boots Feature Dynamic Anti-Fatigue Footbeds

April 26, 2010  | 

Timberland PRO has redesigned the Timberland PRO Valor line of lightweight footgear designed for public safety professionals. This advanced line of footwear features dynamic Anti-Fatigue Technology, a system that provides for extended wear and increased standing tolerance.

"Public safety professionals often work extended shifts in challenging conditions," says Bert Spiller, Timberland PRO's director of product development. "We developed Anti-Fatigue Technology using a conical shaped insole that absorbs shock, providing extended wear for those who demand comfort long after their shift ends. With our Timberland PRO Valor series, we are bringing this technology to a consumer who needs performance based footwear that works in a variety of challenging environments."

Timberland PRO Valor boot offer:

* Dynamic Anti-Fatigue Technology, a molded insole with an ergonomic inverted cone system that collapses and rebounds, absorbing shock while returning energy back to the foot, for more strength and stamina when it's needed.

* Weathergear Protection System for defense against external elements such as wind, water, snow, ice, mud and dirt, providing protection in changing conditions.

* Agion anti-microbial treatment to prevent and control odors (styles 85522, 85521, 85523 only).

* Waterproof, polishable full-grain leather for protection from water and other liquids.

The new Timberland PRO Valor series includes five styles: the McClellan and Trenton 6-inch and 8-inch styles for men and women in sizes 3.5-12, 13, 14, 15 M/W and the 5 inch Mount Vernon for men in sizes 7-12, 13, 14, 15 M/W.

The Timberland PRO Valor series is available at all authorized Timberland PRO retail locations and public safety retailers and is accompanied by a 30-day money back guarantee.

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