Billionaire Boys Club has been one of the more interesting streetwear brands dating back to its early 2000s conception, serving as a brainchild of prominent cultural icons Pharrell Williams and NIGO. While the name is primarily connoted with the likes of graphic tees and bling-clad hoodies, BBC’s latest collaboration with Timberland sheds that stigma more than ever before. Released under its Bee Line subbrand, the label’s take on Timbs’ iconic 6″ construction boot is hard to overlook.
While the Bee Line x Timberland 6″ Rubber Toes are undoubtedly stylish, they are equally durable, boasting Timberland’s patented TimberDry waterproof membrane, as well as its beyond-recognizable rubber toe to provide the utmost protection in any weather conditions. On top of that, they’re also made from ‘Better Leather,’ a textile that has earned a silver rating by the Leather Working Group, so they’re eco-friendly, to boot (no pun intended).
These two brands are very familiar with one another, having delivered on some pretty vibrant collabs in the past. However, things seem a bit more subdued this time around, as Bee Line’s recent take on the emblematic boot is clad in earth-toned shades. Each of the leather stompers are composed of a forest-like olive green colorway and comes available in a trio of different sole options: a tonal green, brooding black, and eye-popping orange for those who are looking for something a bit brighter.
In case you were worried that whichever boots you’ve been trudging in all winter don’t have enough of that streetwear flair, there’s no one to trust more in providing your coveted look than the potent combo of Billionaire Boys Club and Timberland. The Bee Line x Timberland 6″ Rubber Boot is available now on BBC’s website for $220.