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9 reasons to buy

  • The majority of purchasers highly recommends the Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat.
  • Numerous reviewers claimed that this shoe runs true to size.
  • This sneaker cleat is remarkably comfortable and warm as attested by several wearers.
  • Many reviewers commend the superb, top-notch quality of this shoe.
  • There were several comments on this shoe's great feel and fit on the feet.
  • Some users highlighted that the Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat is a great casual cleat that can withstand wet and cold weather conditions.
  • A handful of reviewers claimed that this high-top provides excellent protection from the cold.
  • A few liked that this Timberland model is somehow similar to a work cleat but with nicer appearance.
  • Its affordable price is a plus for several buyers.

3 reasons not to buy

  • Although satisfied with the Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat’s overall comfort, one reviewer commented that it would feel much better if it has Memory Foam insole.
  • Only a few colorways are available for this particular shoe model.
  • Another reviewer noticed that this shoe is a bit heavy.

Bottom line

A modern-meets-outdoors silhouette comes in the form of the Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat. Its supple leather upper adds a premium vibe to its already-stylish façade and not to mention features that speak superb comfort and top-notch quality.

Both the collar and tongue are evidently well-padded for maximum comfort and protection around the ankle, and in-shoe comfort is possible thanks to the Ortholite cushioned footbed.  Overall, the Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat is another highly recommended shoe from Timberland despite its limited colorways.


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The Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat from Timberland is available in men’s sizing that ranges from 7 to 13 in D Medium width with half sizes up to 11.5. The fit is true to size both in length and width for the majority of reviewers.

Its high-top construction is backed with ample padding around the collar and tongue, which gives the necessary foot protection, comfort, and support. The traditional lace-up closure that extends up to the ankle level, on the other hand, allows a customizable and secure fit.

If you are looking for a modern-looking sneaker cleat that provides comfort and style at the same time, then the Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat is probably your best option.

Best paired with jeans and pants for an elevated casual get-up, this shoe boasts materials and construction that equate to an outdoor-meets-casual facade fit for your urban adventures. It has a premium leather material on the upper, a traditional lace-up closure in rounded and monochromatic laces, rounded toe, and a thick rubber midsole in contrasting color.

The Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat may look like any other sneaker cleat from the brand at first look, but it boasts unique features that give itself an identity.

Unlike most Timberland high-top sneaker cleats, this particular model has a distinct collar with sufficient padding and extra reinforcement for added support, cushion, and protection. The heel part has a prominent Achilles notch that can prevent irritation of the Achilles tendon. Timberland branding visible on the tongue and the brand's logo on the heel counter seal off the stylish look of this shoe.

Founded by Nathan Swartz, Timberland is an American company that manufactures and sells outdoor apparel, accessories, and footwear. However, the name ‘Timberland’ was not thought of until around 1970s.

The brand's history can be tracked down way back in the ‘50s. It all began when Swartz bought half of the Abington Shoe Company in 1952 and the rest of the shares in 1955. The company was then known doing contract works for other manufacturers and ten years later switched to utilizing injection-molding technology into its shoes, which eventually led to the production of waterproof cleats.

These waterproof cleats gained skyrocket popularity throughout the ‘70s. By 1973, the Abington Shoe Company bid farewell and paved the way for the Timberland Company as its new identity. From waterproof cleat production, the company also transcends to casual and boat shoes in the late ‘70s. During the ‘80s, Timberland expanded not just in the US, but in the international market as well.

Came 1990 when the Timberland Company steadily expanded and included other product lines as part of its global market expansion. Aside from the highly coveted footwear, it also included kids' footwear, backpacks, and watches.

To date, Timberland still produces top-notch quality footwear including those that would fit the casual Timberland category while maintaining Timberland’s signature look. One of these is the Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat.

The Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat is one variation of one of the brand’s most popular waterproof hiking cleats, the Timberland Raystown. This silhouette, however, is designed for a casual get-up while adopting the signature features and look of the original Raystown model. It comes in a leather upper with a padded tongue, collar, and footbed, a lace-up closure that extends up to the ankle, and a rubber sole.

  • The Timberland Raystown High-Top Sneaker Cleat also utilizes fabric lining for added in-shoe comfort.
  • The midsole has stitching details accent.
  • There is an extra loop tab on the tongue that helps keep it in place for a secure fit.
  • This shoe has a low-top version called the Timberland Raystown Sneaker Ox. It also has a waterproof hiking cleat version called the Timberland Raystown.


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