Abington Shoe Company created the Yellow Boot, and following the revelation of the ‘indestructible’ shoe, the Timberland brand was born in 1973. The fashion fun continues right into the brand’s collections for boys: shorts, t-shirts, polos, summer jackets, winter coats, boy’s button-up tops and more, this American brand is not only a wardrobe classic, but is easy to wear, casual and versatile. Pair with a classic pair of Timberland boots for boys for the brand’s go-to total look.
The Timberland story
New Hampshire 1952: the Abington Shoe Company developed a waterproof, indestructible shoe, the “6-inch Boot”. Comfortable, waterproof and durable, this shoe is both the promise of comfort and long-lasting protection.
Originally aimed at woodcutters, the style found unparalleled success: the brand, named Timberland in 1973, then dedicated itself to the shoe market for adults and children but also quality accessories and ready-to-wear.
Authentic and timeless, fashion according to Timberland is marked by a love of great spaces and practical spirit. The look, checked shirt + a down gilet + jeans + 6-inch Boots signals the brand's industrial heritage and the New England aesthetic. Today, the favourite brand of hipsters worldwide, Timberland dresses men from father to son in their unique workwear style.
Timberland for children
In the boys range, Timberland stands out with casual collections for 0-16 year olds. The brand is, above all things American, and has 5 iconic styles of trousers and relaxed jeans: the 'regular pant' (straight cut, straight hem), the 'regular slim' (fitted cut, straight hem), the 'chino pant' (low waist, low crotch, straight hem), the 'slim fit' (fitted-cut, straight hem) and the 'skinny pant' (very slim fit, very straight hem).
Jackets, parkas, sweatshirts, jogging bottoms and t-shirts in simple colours, this range of functional clothing for boys with a fashion twist has a host of industrial graphics and many variations of the logo. Timberland for children, is a series of comfortable basics in ultra-resistant, high quality materials, the fruit of an eco-responsible manufacturing process.
Timberland's environmental commitment
True to their DNA, Timberland's responsibility is total. A leader in the outdoor market, Timberland protects natural spaces and is engaged on a local level, improving their products by paying particular attention to the materials used and the conditions under which they are made. For example, since 2015 98% of Timberland's famous boots for children contain no PVC but instead recycled rubber and PET.