It started 40 years ago with a yellow boot called Timberland that became an icon. Its quality, authenticity and rugged outdoor heritage continue with a new collection crafted for today.
For Fall 2013, we head out and explore the unique places that inspired the new collection—the rustic retreats, big cityscapes, vintage mills and rugged vistas that make us do what we do.
Earthkeepers® Travel Collection—minimalist style that's super versatile to meet any travel need. It's lightweight without compromising comfort.
2007 - The first Earthkeepers® boot is launched - made with recycled materials.
1978 - Timberland manufactured its first handsewn casual shoe.
Vintage Indigo, 5028J
Lightweight and ready for whatever fall throws your way.
Dark Navy, 5221J
Lightweight with a hood to keep your hair dry.
Dark Brown, 9841R
Does it all without compromising a thing.
Slate Blue with Blue, 8368R
Sleek and made to handle it all.
Timeless style with a modern fit.
Earthkeepers® City Collection—ideal for the city but suitable for the rugged outdoors. The city demands versatility and comfort for ever-changing days.
Cumulus clouds, typically found at heights less than 6,500 feet.
The right size for a day on the town.
Signature details and premium in every way.
Dark Brown, 5117A
The enduring buck, lightened up.
Rugged good looks and built to endure.
2010 - Timberland ranked #2 on Climate Counts' list of companies making aggressive strides in fighting climate change.
Where rugged craftsmanship meets outdoor performance.
Heritage and craftsmanship straight from the Timberland vault—the Earthkeepers® Heritage Collection. We pay tribute to the classic yellow boot which turns forty in 2013.
In the 1970s, Timberland was headquartered in an old brick textile mill in Newmarket, New Hampshire.
Sundried Tomato, 5052J
Soft and rugged at the same time.
Brown Tumbled Nubuck, 5868R
Waterproof, lightweight and ready for whatever fall throws your way.
1990 - Timberland introduced women's apparel into the line.
Iconic biker style with a softer side.
1973 - The Abington Shoe company creates the Timberland boot, producing a truly waterproof boot.
It all started here—the icon of the rugged outdoors.
Dark Rinse, 5229J
Perfect fit in the perfect shape.
Possibly the toughest thing ever made with feathers.
Inspired by the past, reinterpreted for right now.
1965 - The Swartz family introduced injection-molding technology to the footwear industry. This revolutionary technology fused soles to leather uppers without stitching, producing truly waterproof boots and shoes.
As rugged and dependable as they come.
British Khaki, 5037J
The best of then, the best of now.
The icon of Timberland, proven to endure.
Rediscover warm and dry in style. The Earthkeepers® Winter Collection is inspired by traditional Timberland rugged outdoor heritage, but crafted for today in designs that look as good as they perform.
Since 2009, Timberland has saved more than 75 million plastic bottles from landfills through our recycled materials.
Timeless good looks and crafted to endure.
"Ice-out Day" is the date that lake ice melts enough to be navigable by boat.
The perfect fit—and made to handle it all.
Like a log cabin with sleeves.
A 10-degree incline requires 400% more effort to climb than flat terrain.
Purple Plumeria, 5167J
A warm, tailored fit keeps winter out.
Dark Brown/Black, 9500R
Intimidate winter while looking great.
1990 - Timberland developed its first professional Mukluk boot, worn by official 1990 Iditarod® Trail Sled Dog Race mushers (racers).
Heritage details, serious warmth.
Tree line marks the point where conditions are too harsh for trees to grow.