Timberland and PANGAIA have just presented their all-new collaboration and it looks to juxtapose the winter season with a melange of bright color palettes and experimental iterations of Timberland’s most classic silhouette.
PANGAIA is no stranger to collaboration as the brand is constantly rolling out its commitment to working with artists, communities, and changemakers with innovative collaborations — take in the brand’s recent link-up with Vandy the Pink for proof of that — and this new collection with outerwear specialists Timberland is more of the same.
The collection has been designed with nature at the forefront of inspiration and the footwear capsule has blended partly natural materials and bold colors across a reimagined six-inch boot and a Fabric Slip-On Mule. And while this collaboration brings a sense of revitalization to an iconic Timberland silhouette, it also keeps its classic DNA with renewable materials such as responsibly-grown rubber, abaca plant fiber, and organically-grown cotton. But on the flip side, the reimagined style is available in a mixture of stand-out colorways such as “Galaxy Pink,” “Palm Green,” and Timberland’s signature “Wheat” hue.
For the Mule, Timberland and PANGAIA have designed the shoe in line with Timberland’s “Timberloop” design process, while the outsole and inner webbing system are both engineered to be easily disassembled at the end of the shoe’s life. To close the loop, Timberland has asked its followers to send the product back once it’s no longer in use, so it can be put through its recycling stream toward a second life.
You can have a closer look at the new PANGAIA x Timberland collaboration above and it will be available from November 3 on the official Timberland website and select Timberland stores.
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