Verdict from 65 user reviews

10 reasons to buy

  • Timberland’s low-top FlyRoam Trail Mixed Media sneakers fit perfectly and comfortable right out of the box, noted by lots of users.
  • A substantial number of buyers appreciate the precisely assembled, premium-grade upper construction of these sneakers.
  • The knitted top keeps the air circulating in and out of these shoes that allow the feet to stay dry all day long.
  • These sneakers receive praises from broad footed wearers as due to its spacious toe box.
  • Less than handful purchasers declare wearing these sneakers for over 10 miles and amazed that it didn’t cause any foot aches.
  • Several users said its removable OrthoLite insole offers sufficient cushioning.
  • Some testers consider these kicks fitting for light CrossFit workouts and short-distance running as it provides excellent energy return.
  • This low top is applauded for its durability, and mainly the reason why some are aiming for a second pair.
  • Plenty users laud this FlyRoam variation as its cost is worth every penny. 
  • Many are surprised that this sneaker isn’t only comfortable but very light as well.

2 reasons not to buy

  • For a few buyers, the silky smooth shoelaces of Timberland Flyroam Trail Mixed-Media Sneakers are too thin and difficult to tie together. It even comes undone after a few paces.
  • A reviewer finds the shoe strings too long.

Bottom line

Timberland went for a light, hip, and comfy athletic-inspired cut when it unveiled the low-top FlyRoam Trail Mixed-Media Sneakers. These kicks from the Timberland FlyRoam lineup unquestionably won the hearts of consumers who are on the hunt for supportive and stylish all-day footwear.

At an affordable price, buyers are thrilled with its well-cushioned insole and spongy Aerocore midsole. Although the silken and thin shoelaces irked some wearers, they’re pleased with its spacious toe box, breathable knitted upper, moisture-wicking footbed, and durable composition.

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Good to know

Timberland’s FlyRoam Trail Mixed-Media Sneakers, which are designed to keep the feet in absolute comfort, beam with its proprietary Aerocore technology that delivers cushioning and lightness. These kicks, made of soft mesh and leather cover offers a snug fit, while its moisture-wicking OrthoLite insole allows the feet to remain fresh all day.

This urban sneaker is exclusively crafted for the men’s feet. Women buyers who desire this style may obtain a size 1.5 smaller than their usual sneaker size.

The Timberland FlyRoam Trail Mixed-Media Sneakers allow you to fly and roam the city streets, attend fêtes, fairs, and concerts, or head on to your weekend escapade while getting versatile with your choice of clothing. Crafted specially for those with a dynamic and adventurous lifestyle, these low-top, all-weather, and all-purpose kicks are intended to be worn 24/7 as it allows its users to stay confident and comfortable in various urban set-ups.

The FlyRoam Trail Mixed-Media Sneakers’ stylish composition, which is available in an array of colorways, instantly adds oomph to a simple combo of graphic tee and tapered pants, hoodie and joggers, long-sleeve Henley and cropped jeans. Keep those hems above the collar to achieve an urban chic styling.

Timberland emphasized on cushioning and lightweight composition when it fabricated the ultrachic, hiking cleat inspired FlyRoam Trail Mixed-Media Sneakers. Consumers marvel at the durability and impact absorption of its Aerocore sole technology.

The comfort offered by its OrthoLite insole and the fantastic lightweight feel of the entire shoe are X-factors that made these kicks a practical and versatile choice to add to one’s sneaker rotation.

Timberland unleashed its FlyRoam collection in 2013 by introducing its proprietary technology called the Aerocore energy system that grants lightness and protection. The first strings of releases equipped with this feature are limited runs of leather and tactical cleats. While staying true to the legacy of cleat making and quality craftsmanship, Timberland added more silhouettes under this breakthrough range, including the low-top FlyRoam Trail Mixed-Media Sneakers.  

Before coming up with these modern, urban-ready Timberland sneakers, the brand has long been known as an authority in cleat construction that pioneered as far back as 1973. What indeed placed Timberland’s most recognizable tree emblem on the map is its signature yellow Nubuck leather cleat. This iconic footwear became the brand’s first high-grade cleat that utilized the injection-molding technique in merging the upper to the sole.

From performance-driven kicks, Timberland focused on producing lifestyle sneakers that embrace urban fashion without overlooking the brand’s signature models. The FlyRoam top billed this category with its most advanced cushioning feature. Apart from the athletic-inspired Timberland FlyRoam Trail Mixed Media Sneakers, other low-top varieties under this range are FlyRoam Go Leather Chukka Sneakers, FlyRoam Go Knit Sneakers, and FlyRoam Super Oxford Sneakers.  

  • The aerodynamic design of its midsole that uses polyurethane foam enhances the cushioning experience, delivering high rebound in every stride.
  • A portion of this sneaker is made up of sustainable material. Specifically, its outsole is designed using 34% recycled rubber.
  • Timberland offers water-based stain repellant products such as the Balm Proofer XL All Purpose Protector which shields the shoe from stains caused by oil and salt.
  • This sneaker is covered with full-grain leather and woven jacquard textile.
  • The debossed tree logo appears on the tongue and rear end on the lateral side.
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Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.