Timberland Showcases Its Latest Eco-Conscious Hiking Boot
Made using at least 50-percent recycled plastic.
Continuing its eco-conscious approach to fashion, Timberland reveals its latest sustainable release in the form of the limited-edition C61 Hiking Boot.
Built using sourced leather and ReBOTL™ — a fabric containing at least 50-percent recycled plastic — Timberland’s C61 has been designed to weather all kinds of terrain. Sat on a responsive Vibram outsole with an EVA-blend foam footbed, the streetwear-inspired silhouette is progressive in both its style and production.
The upper is made with nubuck Better leather from a sustainable tannery and arrives in a fresh gray colorway with fluorescent yellow accents, while the lining of the boot is also made using recycled fabrics.
Timberland’s C61 Hiker Boots are available to buy now from the brand’s online store, retailing at £180 (approximately $245 USD).
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