Verdict from 8 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • A handful of purchasers express their overall contentment with the Timberland Cross Mark PT Oxford when it comes to style and comfort.
  • Numerous wearers declare that this all-leather shoe feels very comfortable to don on.
  • Timberland footwear fans express their satisfaction over the versatility that this sneaker affords them when it comes to outfit choices.
  • Similar to other Timberland casual sneakers, this shoe is easy to dress up or dress down, quips a few users.
  • A number of working individuals mention how this kick effortlessly permits them to wear to their business meetings straight to a friend’s gathering at a bar.
  • Several shoe wearers state that this plain toe sneaker is very lightweight to wear.
  • The majority of the reviewers point out that they love the classy, clean design of this trainer.
  • Most of the consumers share that they will buy another pair of these sneakers, or if not already have one.

3 reasons not to buy

  • A few people share that this shoe feels stiff at first, but once broken in, feels very comfortable.
  • Some reviewers express how the material rubs on the skin and chafes one’s heels.
  • Several users describe that the forefoot feels too wide compared to their usual purchase.

Bottom line

Stamping on the quality craftsmanship of Timberland, this plain toe version of the company’s Cross Mark range possesses the construction of a low-top classic silhouette in premium, full-grain nubuck leather. 

Comfort is encapsulated through the Aerocore™ Energy System, which provides superior cushioning and flexibility. Durable construction with support is what makes this shoe worth its price.

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Good to know

This addition to Timberland’s roster of low-profile sneakers is exclusively available in men’s sizing. Most of the reviews mention getting this a full size down from one’s typical measurements to secure a snugger fit on the forefoot.

Apart from the triple cushioning provision of the Aerocore™ technology, added comfort is felt with the OrthoLite® detachable footbed. Having a breathable material and anti-microbial properties ensure a healthy feet environment.

The available color variations for the Timberland Cross Mark PT Oxford is well-received by shoe aficionados because of how neutral and wearable it is. Plain hues in black, brown, green, and navy blue, though as non-assuming, makes for a great match to any piece/s of clothing, especially when going about one’s rigorous daily grind of rushing to a business meeting in khaki or doing work errands in jeans.

This men’s Cross Mark Oxford in plain toe version features an upper swathed in silver-rated high-quality nubuck leather and reinforced with thermoplastic urethane (TPR) welt for added durability.

Soft textile lines the internal counter, while the OrthoLite® removable insole coupled with the padded tongue and collar offers a double dose of plush comfort and cushion.

Durable, textured 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.

Originally known as the Abington Shoe Company in 1952, Timberland gained popularity in 1962 when it released the first waterproof cleats - more commonly known as the “6-inch Yellow Cleat” - by incorporating injection-molding technology. 

Due to its popularity and its waterproofing effectivity, the shoe manufacturer garnered a vast following and officially changed its name to The Timberland Company in 1978.

Deciding to expand to other footwear, Timberland started crafting sneakers in 1978 and has never stopped since then.

The Timberland Cross Mark PT Oxford is among the Cross Mark models that are coveted for its sleek and timeless silhouette that offers versatility without compromising the comfort. Other models belonging to this category are Cross Mark PT Chukka, Cross Mark GTX Chukka, and Cross Mark Utility Boot, among others.

  • A contrasting strip of light brown leather with stitching details sit atop the tongue.
  • TPU wrap sits between the midsole and upper for added durability.

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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