Earlier this year, Marcelo Burlon unveiled its Fall/Winter 2018 collection during Milan Fashion Week, sending models down the runway in a graphic-laden, sportswear-meets-grunge lineup. Part of that very same runway set is this collaborative boot designed in tandem with Timberland.
Rocking the familiar 6” Boot silhouette made popular by the heritage footwear brand, clean black is found along the toe, vamp, and portions of the side area before slowly transitioning into a deep red hue found working its way up from the heel to the padded collar region. Marcelo Burlon County of Milan branding lands on the tongue and heel area, while Timberland’s iconic tree logo is seen etched at the bottom. Fashioned from 100 percent leather, the collaborative boots are then finished off with a decorative tag and a rugged lug sole placed below. Set to a price of $881 USD, you can find this Marcelo Burlon x Timberland Boot now at Antonioli.
In other footwear news, Gucci’s Rhyton Logo Sneaker appropriately dons all-pink this month.