In tandem with the consumer release of the boot, an additional 200 boots will be donated to the LAFD following the tragic fires on the West Coast.
Raeburn will partner with Timberland’s global product, marketing and innovation teams to deliver a new look and feel that pushes design boundaries while honoring the brand’s outdoor heritage.
The concept store reflects the brand’s 45-year heritage through the lens of nature with a space full of living trees, natural earth terrariums, and an oversized living green wall.
The license, signed for the first time in 2003, has been renewed for a further five years until December 2023.
Dubbed the “Ghost White”, the boot features an all-white nubuck upper and the brand’s classic 6-Inch Boot sole done up in crisp white.
The experiential Tree Lab features carefully curated product collections and brand stories in a gallery-style setting that will completely change every six weeks.
The global outdoor lifestyle brand has announced three new appointments within its leadership team to support the brand’s growth strategies and vision.
As part of the agreement, Global Brands will design, produce and distribute men’s and women’s socks, baseball caps, leather gloves, and more under the Timberland brand name.
In his new role, Pisani replaces Stewart Whitney who left the company in July 2016.
Timberland will partner with responsible fabric manufacturer Thread on a collection of Timberland footwear and bags made from Thread fabric to debut in 2017.
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The all-white space is 3,000 sq. ft. and includes a unique onsite cereal bar.
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The Washington Post profiled Timberland’s comeback, which was driven in part by a two-year study of customer data.
Apparel maker VF Corporation has completed its $2.3bn buyout of outdoor clothing and footwear firm Timberland and revealed a number of management changes, including the departure of Timberland president and CEO Jeffrey Swartz.
The deal, announced back …