Raeburn and Timberland Reunite for a Utilitarian Pair of Eco-Friendly Boots

Photo: Raeburn | Timberland

British designer Christopher Raeburn’s eponymous label has set a high standard for sustainability in fashion. On that note, he’s also set a lofty benchmark in the style department. Moreover, the brand’s latest planet-friendly collaboration is courtesy of Timberland, as the two have unveiled the rugged TimberLoop Utility Boot.

Photo: Raeburn | Timberland

Considering TimberLoop is Timberland’s eco-innovation platform, it only makes sense to come together with a brand a designer as eco-cognizant as Raeburn. To fully showcase this mission statement, the new boot has a removable stretch knit sock bootie comprised of nothing but ReBOTL fabric — the product of taking non-biodegradable plastic, shredding it, and turning it into yarn. Additionally, it sits on a responsibly-made natural rubber compound and features an upper made of Better Leather from a Silver-rated tannery.

Photo: Raeburn | Timberland

For enhanced comfort, the boot boasts an OrthoLite footbed that contours to your shape and an EVA midsole for an ideal, lightweight feel. The new release is available in a chic Balsam Green colorway and a blacked-out look that are beyond ready for a day in the outdoors. It’s worth noting that this is not the first time these two brands have come together, as they have collaborated on several other handsome, utilitarian-styled silhouettes, too.

Photo: Raeburn | Timberland

Raeburn’s TimberLoop Utility Boot is available on the brand’s webshop for $210.