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Timberland


Timberland rightfully has earned a rock-solid reputation for boots, shoes and other premium products with a refined sense of rugged. Pioneers in the work boot industry, Timberland has come to represent innovative comfort, outdoor durability, and bold style.

The story actually begins with the Abington Shoe Company in Massachusetts. There, eventual owners Nathan Swartz and sons crafted private label footwear for top brands in the 50s and 60s. In 1965, the family invented the technology and method of injection molding that fuses leather to soles without stitched seams — suddenly, the industry could manufacture footwear with built-in waterproofing. To capitalize on his revolution, Swartz created the first Timberland boot line in 1973 with a waterproof guarantee, but the company didn't change its name to Timberland until 1978.

Now headquartered in New Hampshire and part of the VF Corporation's suite of shoe and apparel brands, Timberland makes a wide variety of pairs popular with everyone from construction workers and office professionals to nature lovers and urban fashion fans, including more than a few hip hop stars. Beyond waterproofing and Timberland's trademark 6-inch boots you see seemingly everywhere, the label is also known for excellent foot support, soft leather uppers, and no-slip tread, especially in its hiking boots and Chukkas. The quality carries through to more casual options, too, from sandals and hand-sewn boat shoes to wedges and mules. For all-day cushioning performance, foot care, and safety, though, the steel-toe Timberland PROs are the tough loves trusted by countless blue-collar workforces.

The esteemed Timberland name also symbolizes corporate social responsibility, eco-friendly practices, and community service thanks to its continuous global efforts and especially its Earthkeepers collection shoes, which are partially made with recycled materials. So not only can you feel good in Timberlands, you also can feel good about them. Nice! The icing on the cake? ShoeBuy offers free shipping in the US on all its Timberland shoes, bags, and accessories, so you can shop for your perfect style and flawless fit with confidence.