Timberland unique culture and product designs are inspired by the rich New England heritage of it's company. Nathan Swartz started it all in 1952 with the Abington Shoe Company in South Boston. His two sons, Sidney and Herman, joined him a few years later and relocated the company to Newmarket, New Hampshire. In 1973, Sidney introduced one of the first waterproof leather boots of its kind. Incorporating premium full-grain nubuck leather, thick rubber lug soles and unprecedented craftsmanship, the yellow boot was an instant classic. He named it the “Timberland.”
Upper made with premium leather from an LWG
Silver-rated tannery and NXTWool™ fabric
Steel shank for arch support
Rubber lug outsole
NXTWOOL is water repellent and breathable by construction of the weave of materials, it has stretch and durable from abrasion.