Who should buy Timberland Dauset Chukka

Mid-top Timberland Chukka is a great choice for men who are looking for:

  • shoe made of luxe leather, that provides street smart look to the rugged Timberland aesthetic
  • casual, sporty style sneaker that is outdoor-inspired and cool looking

Timberland Dauset Chukka logo

Comfortable fit

With abundant cushioning in the collar and tongue areas, users are treated to a comfortable fit despite its ankle-length height. 

Timberland Dauset Chukka toebox

Well-cushioned comfort

Behind this stylish aesthetic, it's nice to note that an Ortholite footbed helps keep the feet comfortable and well-cushioned.

Timberland Dauset Chukka heel

History of Timberland Dauset Chukka

Officially launched in 1973, Timberland was born because of the success of the "6-inch yellow cleat." Before the brand's creation, the company has been manufacturing the renowned yellow cleat for almost two decades and achieved its international status due to the cleat's superb quality and style.

Timberland Dauset Chukka sole

After a few years since the official introduction of the brand, their inventory expanded to include casual and boat shoes, which also catapulted the company's popularity.

Timberland Dauset Chukka collar

Today, the brand remains relevant thanks to the exponential growth of its products that now include apparel, watches, backpacks, kids' footwear, and more lifestyle-based shoes. One of their many lifestyle models is the ankle-length Timberland Dauset Chukka Cleat, which displays a simple yet stylish appeal with the classic quality of a Timberland shoe.

Timberland Dauset Chukka lacing

Facts / Specs

Top: Mid
Inspired from: Hiking
Colorways: Brown / Grey / Blue / Green
SKUs: 65064 / A1OK9 / A1OKB / A1PF8 / A1QHE / A1QRL / CA1613 / CA1OK2

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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.