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Women's Timberland Pro® RenovaTM Professional Mary Jane Shoes. Equal doses of today's comfort, yesterday's charm.
The Mary Jane shoe, with the trademark single strap across the top of the foot, was introduced in 1902 when the comic strip Buster Brown was first published. This version of the Mary Jane is updated for the health care professional like you, who wants to look up-to-date and be comfortable during long shifts. Toss yesterday's sneakers and put these on!
Timberland's exclusive Anti-Fatigue Technology features molded, inverted cones in the insole to provide support, absorb shock and return energy. Plus the heel-to-toe rocker sole is anatomically shaped to alleviate the impact of your heel striking the ground. In a great slip-on style that starts your day off right. From Timberland, a manufacturer inspired by its rich New England heritage in making shoes, boots, clothes and gear comfortable enough to last all day.Long-wearing for the lady:
- Premium full-grain leather for outstanding style and durability
- 3M® Scotchgard protector for stain resistance
- Cement construction with flexibility and fast break-in time
- Timberland PRO® exclusive Anti-Fatigue Technology offers all-day standing comfort, leg and back support, and unmatched shock absorption
- Synthetic suede lining for comfort and odor control
- Anatomically-shaped oblique toe box allows room for the forefoot to spread for all-day comfort
- SafeGrip slip-resistant TPU sole in a heel-to-toe rocker design increases traction, reduces forefoot pressure
- Bi-Fit® tri-density insole with Outlast® Adaptive Comfort® temperature regulator maximizes support and cushioning, keeps feet drier
- Low-profile Timberland PRO thermal plastic urethane outsole for high surface contact, slip and abrasion resistance
- Manufactured with UV aging to ensure white and light colors stay true
- Each approx. 15 ozs.
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