Verdict from 26 user reviews

8 reasons to buy

  • Most shoe users were happy that the Timberland FlyRoam Leather Oxford is very lightweight – a considerable change from the brand's famous cleats.
  • Majority of the reviewers found the kick to be very comfortable.
  • The pair runs true to size, according to a higher number of wearers.
  • The Timberland FlyRoam Leather Oxford is offered in a number of neutral colorways.
  • Plenty of consumers liked this pair's stylish design.
  • Several fashion-savvy customers were delighted that the shoe is easy to style and could be worn to several occasions.
  • Some wearers commended the kick's cushioning system as, according to them, it aids in feet problems.
  • A good number of buyers applauded the Timberland FlyRoam Leather Oxford's excellent quality in materials and construction.

1 reasons not to buy

  • A few commenters didn’t like how the shoe’s forefoot is designed to look like it is raised.

Bottom line

Timberland incorporated one of its latest technologies in the Timberland FlyRoam Leather Oxford, the AeroCore energy system, for a swifter, smoother, and more lightweight ride. Therefore many reviewers highly commended the shoe for comfortable all-day use. Moreover, its inner lining and outsole have partly recycled materials that benefit not only the wearer's foot but also the environment. Ultimately, this kick is recommended to those who are looking for something that's versatile enough for various settings and is comfortable and lightweight.

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Good to know

The Timberland FlyRoam Leather Oxford is exclusively available in men’s sizes that range from 7 to 13. This kick is constructed to fit true to size and utilizes a lace-up closure with rope laces for an adjustable lockdown fit.

Walk the city streets in confidence with the Timberland FlyRoam Leather Oxford's stylishly minimal yet sporty design. From a laidback workday to parties and weekend outings, this kick's streamlined and athletic-inspired look could be a perfect choice. Pair it with jeans, slacks or walking shorts for an effortlessly cool look.

Although displaying a minimal look, the upper's dual texture combined with its rope laces and relatively chunky midsole makes for a unique and striking aesthetic. The smooth leather overlays on top of texturized leather exude a luxurious vibe while the rope laces and chunky midsole offers the sporty look.

Officially launched in 1973, Timberland was born because of the success of the "6-inch yellow cleat." Before the brand's creation, the company has been manufacturing the renowned yellow cleat for almost two decades and achieved its international status due to the cleat's superb quality and style. After a few years since the official introduction of the brand, their inventory expanded to include casual and boat shoes, which also catapulted the company's popularity.

Today, the brand remains relevant thanks to the exponential growth of their products that now include apparel, watches, backpacks, kids' footwear, and more lifestyle-based shoes. One of their many lifestyle models is the Timberland Flyroam Leather Oxford, which features one of the brand’s many technologies – the AeroCore energy system that was introduced in 2017. The kick offers a more lightweight and energy responsive ride along with a sporty yet dapper look.

  • The shoe’s rope laces come with reflective accents.
  • It features Ortholite footbeds with moisture wicking and antimicrobial functions.
  • The inner lining is made from 50% recycled plastic bottles while the outsole is made from 34% recycled rubber.
  • The brand’s AeroCore energy system is crafted from lightweight PU foam that provides a high-rebound cushioning in every step.
  • A heel tab is provided as an aid for easier entry.
  • This kick also comes in a canvas iteration.
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.