For the exclusive capsule, Timberland’s heritage apparel and footwear have been updated by Bee Line’s sustainably creative approach to design. Jackets and pants are made from 100% recycled fleece and reimagined ‘90s geometric-print patterns, while incorporating an all-gender fashion appeal.
New hoodies are all-black with orange, yellow and green “Bee Line x Timberland” logos, and the fleece jacket and pants include a brown colorway with contrasting red-and-white zig-zag detail and olive green, cotton pockets. The signature Timberland boots have been updated with a suede olive green upper, a dark brown leather collar, and a rubberized bright orange midsole – with a connected and coordinated toe box and outsole.
The new Bee Line x Timberland capsule collection prices range from $55 – $220 USD. Items will be made available on February 11 – simultaneously via the BBC website and in-store at its New York flagship, Miami, Europe and Japan locations. A wider collection release will be made available on Timberland’s website on February 18, and at select US retailers.
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