Timberland’s Newest Hikers Boast Water-Resistant Sustainable ReBOTL Fabrics

Timberland’s urban boots are iconic within the world of footwear, but the company’s off-grid variants are equally as enticing for individuals who are looking to depart from the blacktop and take a step into nature. While the brand already boasts an expansive catalog of purpose-built boots, its newest collection — Garrison Trail — offers even more hike-honed silhouettes for today’s avid explorers.

The Timberland Garrison Trail Hiking collection introduces four new styles to the outfit’s well-rounded inventory. At its forefront, the aptly-named Trail Hiking Sneaker boasts a water-resistant, eco-conscious ReBOTL recycled fabric construction, a compression-molded EVA midsole, and TimberGrip traction technology to provide adequate grip on a variety of surfaces. Next, the attractive Trail Low Waterproof calls upon the brand’s proprietary TimberDry waterproof membrane, the same ReBOTL fabric construction, and a climbing-grade rubber toe tip built for steep traversal. Timberland’s final offerings, the GORE-TEX-gifted Garrison Trail GTX Waterproof, and Waterproof Mid, round out the collection, with the former placing an emphasis on durable, abrasion-resistant materials to give it an air of technical awareness. Head to Timberland’s website to check out the entire collection, and pick up a pair of your own for $120+.

Purchase: $120+