191 users: 4.6 / 5
Weight: Men 18oz
Use: Day Hiking
Cut: Mid cut
Width: Normal / Normal

Verdict from 9.9 hours of research from the internet

8 reasons to buy

  • Almost everyone who reviewed the Timberland Jacquard Euro Hiker fell in love with its dapper looks.
  • This boot built for trail adventures received aces from numerous verified purchasers for being unbelievably comfortable.
  • According to dozens of owners, this hiker runs true to size.
  • Droves of wearers found the boot’s width pretty precise.
  • The warmth of this footgear in cold temperatures astonished several users.
  • Less than a handful of consumers were impressed with the Jacquard Euro Hiker’s top-level durability.
  • A few patrons said that they would buy this Timberland gear again and again.
  • Its feather-like lightness amazed a couple of testers.

1 reasons not to buy

  • An owner wished that the shoe’s insole had a bit more underfoot support.

Bottom line

Dashingly stylish—this description would likely come out of many people’s mouths once they lay their eyes on the Jacquard Euro Hiker by Timberland. That said, the footwear is more than just a looker; it is also a comfortable hiking gear with great-fitting confines. All is well with this boot except for one—its allegedly unsupportive footbed. To conclude, the Timberland Jacquard Euro Hiker is a stellar offering in both form and function, especially once its humdrum of an insole has been dealt with for good.

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  • The Timberland Jacquard Euro Hiker thins the divide between an urban footgear and a functional hiking boot. It is built lightweight and flexible, thanks in no small part to its synthetic upper, to give its wearers enhanced agility, may they be out in the wild or in the city streets.
  • Its sole unit is engineered with a Timberland-exclusive technology, called SensorFlex. As its name suggests, this technology renders both the midsole and the outsole extra flexible without compromising their key purposes.

A fairly true-to-size, mid-cut day hiking boot for men is the Timberland Jacquard Euro Hiker. It comes in regular width in half and full sizes. Its front closure provides a quick approach to personalizing the overall fit.

The Jacquard Euro Hiker owes its ability to provide surface traction to its SensorFlex outsole. It has tire-like grooves and low-profile protrusions (a.k.a lugs) that give it extra grip over tricky terrain. Its front end extends to the upper, giving this outdoor shoe decent protection against bumps and knocks.

Thanks to its sturdy yet flexible midsole, this Timberland footgear is capable of stabilizing the wearer’s footing on the trail with as much underfoot comfort as possible. Its considerable thickness provides adequate shock absorption on ground impact.

An Ortholite insole made of a breathable material sits right on top of this cushy layer. It is engineered to provide additional cushioning and support. It is also built with antimicrobial and moisture-wicking capabilities.

The Timberland Euro Hiker’s stripy, over-the-ankle upper is made of 100% polyester jacquard. Its collar and tongue are adequately padded for enhanced in-shoe comfort. Around its base is a synthetic rand for abrasion protection and added durability.

Metallic eyelets and a synthetic lace comprise the gear’s lace-up closure. The white colorway of this boot uses a lace that is made of 50% recycled plastic bottles. The black colorway, on the other hand, has rustproof eyelets.

Size and fit

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Paul Ronto
Paul Ronto

Paul loves adventure. Over the past 20 years, he has climbed, hiked, and ran all over the world. He’s summited peaks throughout the Americas, trekked through Africa, and tested his endurance in 24-hour trail races. He has worked in the outdoor industry as a whitewater and hunting guide, gear tester, copywriter, and outfitting specialist at places like The National Outdoor Leadership School, No Barriers USA, and Sierra Trading Post. He has been quoted in NYMag, NBCNews, and Business Insider to name a few.