Timberland
DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers

  • Timberland - DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers
  • Timberland - DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers
  • Timberland - DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers
  • Timberland - DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers
  • Timberland - DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers
  • Timberland - DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers

Timberland
DriveTrain Oxford Mesh Composite-Toe Sneakers

$125.00

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product details

Anti-fatigue technology and a composite safety toe complete the rugged boot versatility and low-top profile of Timberland's DriveTrain sneakers.

  • Round-toe lace-up sneakers
  • Anti-fatigue technology for added comfort; moisture-wicking anti-microbial lining
  • Available in medium width (M)
  • Mesh fabric upper; manmade sole
  • Imported
  • Web ID: 7693958
Customer Reviews
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    Litlte big
    Jan 09, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Its ok for my job

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Litlte big
    by Miguel from chicago

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Its ok for my job

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Very light don't seem like steel toes
    Jan 08, 2021

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Beat shoes for work iv ever had

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Very light don't seem like steel toes
    by Javier D from Los Angeles CA

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Beat shoes for work iv ever had

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Lightweight comp toe
    Dec 13, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am required to wear composite toe shoes for work. These are more comfortable than my last pair of Reebok alloy toe. The footbed has a good shape, and the arch support is good, but overall I wish there was more cushion. On the upside, they are very light compared to most other shoes, and I'd rather be wearing these 9 hours a day vs other shoes.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Lightweight comp toe
    by Josh H from Dallas, TX

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am required to wear composite toe shoes for work. These are more comfortable than my last pair of Reebok alloy toe. The footbed has a good shape, and the arch support is good, but overall I wish there was more cushion. On the upside, they are very light compared to most other shoes, and I'd rather be wearing these 9 hours a day vs other shoes.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Very comfortable and durable for most indoor jobs.
    Nov 16, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I wear these shoes to work every day, I'm always on my feet and constantly moving and walking around. These are my second pair, the first pair lasted a year. The current pair are more comfortable and offer a lot more cushioning but still the same true to size fit.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Very comfortable and durable for most indoor jobs.
    by Jerel, C from Pittsburg ca

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I wear these shoes to work every day, I'm always on my feet and constantly moving and walking around. These are my second pair, the first pair lasted a year. The current pair are more comfortable and offer a lot more cushioning but still the same true to size fit.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Durability is questionable
    Jul 21, 2020

    The shoe is mostly comfortable but even the wide has a narrow toe box. Beyond that the tread has begun to separate after 3 months of wear. Not 3 months of heavy use either, 3 months of mostly driving and sitting at a desk. Not to the standard I have come to expect from Timberland

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Durability is questionable
    by Jason from Wyoming

    The shoe is mostly comfortable but even the wide has a narrow toe box. Beyond that the tread has begun to separate after 3 months of wear. Not 3 months of heavy use either, 3 months of mostly driving and sitting at a desk. Not to the standard I have come to expect from Timberland

    Customer review from timberland.com
    I would be these again
    Jan 22, 2020

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Great comfortable, breatheable work shoes. Stylish, I can wear them and they look like a nice pair of sneakers. They keep your feet from sweating in the summer, v which is what I was looking for.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    I would be these again
    by Herbert from Undisclosed

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Great comfortable, breatheable work shoes. Stylish, I can wear them and they look like a nice pair of sneakers. They keep your feet from sweating in the summer, v which is what I was looking for.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Love the shoes, but maybe a bad design?
    Dec 12, 2019

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Love these shoes, however, where the mesh turns into a rubber like material up by the eyelets rubs against my foot all day long and gets very sore. I really want to keep these shoes, but for some reason, that area where the mesh fabric transitions to the rubber like area hurts. It doesn't feel sharp, but it makes wearing these shoes unbearable. I used a bandaid and while the bandaid stayed on, they were very comfortable shoes. But it fell off and back to the rubbing. I am waiting on an email to return these shoes, so hopefully they will refund me. I love Timberland and have been wearing them for probably close to 10 years. I wish they had a better safety toe selection, at least have more sizes in the current selection.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Love the shoes, but maybe a bad design?
    by Scott from Undisclosed

    [This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Love these shoes, however, where the mesh turns into a rubber like material up by the eyelets rubs against my foot all day long and gets very sore. I really want to keep these shoes, but for some reason, that area where the mesh fabric transitions to the rubber like area hurts. It doesn't feel sharp, but it makes wearing these shoes unbearable. I used a bandaid and while the bandaid stayed on, they were very comfortable shoes. But it fell off and back to the rubbing. I am waiting on an email to return these shoes, so hopefully they will refund me. I love Timberland and have been wearing them for probably close to 10 years. I wish they had a better safety toe selection, at least have more sizes in the current selection.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Great shoe!
    May 09, 2019

    Drivetrain is light, cool and comfortable. I walk stairs all day in on metal floors and grating. It's been 6 month and about 2 million steps. They have held up pretty good to the demands ina oil and gas facility. Not recommended for cold or wet weather. Inside use only.

    Customer review from timberland.com
    Great shoe!
    by AKOps from AK

    Drivetrain is light, cool and comfortable. I walk stairs all day in on metal floors and grating. It's been 6 month and about 2 million steps. They have held up pretty good to the demands ina oil and gas facility. Not recommended for cold or wet weather. Inside use only.

    Customer review from timberland.com