Style of the Timberland Union Wharf Oxford

The minimal design of the low-top sneaker gives it an attractive appearance that enables one to wear the shoe in either semi-formal or casual events.

Timberland Union Wharf Oxford logo

The white sole of the shoe makes an excellent contrast to its colorways, making it more appealing.

Timberland Union Wharf Oxford sole

A pair of skinny jeans, fitted jeans, jogger jeans, and shorts topped up with a simple t-shirt and jacket for the and finished off with a pair of Timberland Union Wharf Oxford, and one is good to go.

History of the Timberland brand

Going back to 1952 is as far as the history of The Timberland Company stretches. It was then known as The Abington Company, and it initially did contractual jobs for manufacturers. The company was officially called The Timberland Company in the year 1973, and its waterproof cleats garnered a wide range of popularity, making the brand add more product lines to its collection. The casual and boat shoes made its way into joining the brand’s product lines in the years 1978-1979.

Timberland Union Wharf Oxford lacing

Timberland saw no boundaries as they continued to grow more significant with their success for the years that went by and for the years to come. Footwear products that fall into the lifestyle category are among the product lines that Timberland has added into its collection.

Timberland Union Wharf Oxford collar

The Timberland Union Wharf Oxford is a low-top silhouette from the brand that delivers performance and style and displays a clean and classic appearance that fits well and matches anything.

Timberland Union Wharf Oxford outsole

Facts / Specs

Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Colorways: Blue / Black / Green / Brown
SKUs: 43828 / A1Q6A / A1Q6L / A1Q6W / A1Q78 / A1Q7J / A1Q7U

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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.