Timberland Earthkeepers® Collection combines New England craftsmanship, innovation, and respect for the environment like no one else can. Made with natural and recycled materials, this season’s footwear and apparel takes an even bigger step towards making great-looking gear and apparel while doing what we can to leave the outdoors as we found it.
For over a century, Martha’s Vineyard, MA has been one of the premier summer destinations on the east coast.
During the summer, the population of Martha’s Vineyard rises from around 15,000 to over 100,000.
There are only 5 places in the U.S. whose names are allowed to include the possessive apostrophe by the United States Board on Geographic Names. Martha’s Vineyard is one.
Helps protect you from Mother Nature, while it's made to help protect her.
Vintage Ketchup, 3658J
The perfect jacket to take you through spring and into summer.
Dark Earth, J0781
Durable and tough, so you can pack as much as you can pack.
The classic barn coat, in 100% Old America Rough Cut leather.
Brown Burnished Nubuck, 5631R
Everything an everyday, go-to boot should be.
There’s one place on the island that still makes boats the old-fashioned, handcrafted way. Which is our favorite kind of way.
In 1942 and 1943, much of the Vineyard coastline was dedicated to building barges and ships for WWII.
The best way to look great when the weather doesn’t.
For over 30 years in the same workshop, the Gannon & Benjamin Marine Railway has designed, handmade and rebuilt some truly beautiful boats. If you’re ever on the Vineyard, stop by to say hi and see what they’re working on next.
Nothing beats a summer sail in Vineyard Haven. Except on a boat you helped build.
If someone tells you to head "up-island," they don’t mean north, but west. It’s based on nautical terminology, where going west is "up" in longitude.
Since 2009, Timberland has used enough PET in our footwear to keep more than 75 million plastic bottles out of landfills.
In 1895, island resident Joshua Slocum became the first person to sail solo around the world.
Vintage Indigo, 3964J
Feels like a shirt. Protects you from the elements like nothing else.
Chappaquiddick's Wasque Beach is on the east coast of the island, and has been called one of the best beaches in the country.
Many U.S. presidents have vacationed on the island, including John Adams, Calvin Coolidge, John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama.
Dark Navy, 2127J
It's versatile, durable, and practical. But you'll probably just like how you look in it.
In the summer of 1974, Martha’s Vineyard served as a stand-in for the fictional Amity Island, in what’s widely regarded as the first “summer blockbuster”, JAWS.