Ronnie Fieg Blesses "Friends & Family" With Special Premium Timberland Boot

A head-turning commemoration.

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In celebration of KITH‘s half-a-decade anniversary, Ronnie Fieg has joined forces with Timberland to create a special “Friends and Family” edition of the line’s iconic 6-inch boot silhouette. Resting atop of a durable Vibram sole, the model incorporates GORE-TEX lining to provide the perfect balance of utility and style. Its upper is coated in a monotone Lilac nubuck and is given a tasteful contrast via its white lug sole. Take a look at this “Friends and Family” iteration of Timberland’s iconic silhouette and let us know your thoughts.

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