Verdict from +100 user reviews

9 reasons to buy

  • Numerous purchasers agree that the Timberland Brooklyn Oxford performs as a comfortable and stylish trainer.
  • Fans of Timberland sneakers state that this shoe offers the same level of comfort as with most footwear from Timberland.
  • Although it looks rugged, some users describe that this suede-neoprene shoe feels very lightweight.
  • Several shoe hunters note that the construction of this sneaker is of great quality.
  • The majority of the reviewers mention how they can aptly wear this to the office and straight to the park for a walk.
  • The workers who are on their feet for long hours state that this footwear spares them from feet pains.
  • Many of the wearers point out that the color schemes of the Brooklyn Oxford easily enable them to match it with any outfit.
  • According to a handful of testers, they plan to buy another pair of these sneakers, or if not already have.
  • For the comfort and style it imbues, the Timberland Brooklyn Oxford is reasonably priced.

3 reasons not to buy

  • The toe box area is too soft and tends to sink in once it gets wet, quips a few wearers.
  • A few sneaker users mention that the material creases fast.
  • Several testers describe that the outsole lacks traction on certain wet or dry pavements.

Bottom line

The Timberland Brooklyn Oxford is a good addition to Timberland’s range of casual footwear because beyond the rugged makeup of this kick, is the revolutionary Aerocore™ Energy System Technology that provides superior cushioning and energy return while feeling the comfort and flexibility of an athletic shoe.

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Good to know

Although Brooklyn Oxford is exclusively available in men’s sizing, the basic colors of black, white, and red alone make it wearable even to the opposite sex.

Constructed in a one-piece sock-sleeve style, many testers recommend getting this half a size down for a more snug fit. Mesh lining and perforations on the forefoot area allow for ample ventilation, keeping feet dry and comfortably cool.

When it comes to clothing options that go best with Timberland Brooklyn Oxford, it all boils down to one’s fashion preferences. Whether a wearer dons on this rugged-looking sneaker for practical or stylish purposes, a pair of Brooklyn Oxford on feet will surely complete one’s look.

  • A pair of denim jeans, no matter the cut, a tee, and a beige hue of Brooklyn Oxford, is a fail-safe ensemble.
  • For some corporate comfort, put on some khaki pants, a polo shirt, and a navy blue of this kick for some laid-back vibes in the confines of the office walls.

Looking like a doppelganger of the Brooklyn Perforated, this Oxford version features silver-grade nubuck leather or suede upper. A more environment-friendly version of this shoe drapes on ReBotl™ fabric in dark green and black ripstop uppers. ReBotl™ material is made from 50% plastic.

Constructed in this one-piece style, the mesh material lines the insoles that add the breathability factor on top of the perforations on the toe box.

Outsole innovation is highlighted through Timberland’s Aerocore™ technology. This triple cushioning system features comfort and flexibility, durability, and increased energy return, all packed in this lightweight shoe.

Amplifying its rugged appeal are the trail-inspired lace closures and lug sole-looking outsoles for better grip and traction.

In keeping with its responsibility for protecting the environment, Timberland launched the Brooklyn Collection in February 2019. 

The collection presents quality crafted footwear made with recycled materials and or environmentally-approved processes. These come in the form of uppers or linings made with at least 50% recycled plastic, 34% recycled rubber outsoles, or tanneries certified by The Leather Working Group that judges and classifies tanneries based on energy use, waste production and water treatment.

The Brooklyn line comes in various iterations: (1) Timberland Brooklyn Canvas and (2) Timberland Brooklyn Oxford waterproof with textiles made from 100% recycled PET and Timber-Dry™, which is made from 50% plastic bottles.

  • Heel pull tabs allow for an easy putting-on.
  • Timberland logo is debossed on the lateral heel side.

Author
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.

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