Timberland released some great collaboration boots this week for two different American brands. The iconic boot brand reissued its GT Scramble hiking boots for J.Crew earlier this week in three colorways: tan, brown and olive. The style, retailing for $175, features a waterproof Gore-tex membrane, a supportive footbed and a Vibram outsole. Both durable and versatile, it’s designed to keep you looking (and feeling) good and no matter where your life takes you this winter.
Today, Timberland dropped the unique 7-Eye Lug Boot with NYC-based menswear brand Aimé Leon Dore. Decidedly different than the hiker, this boot features a Horween leather upper (in navy or green), a hand-sewn moc toe, a rubber lug outsole and a shearling footbed. They’re a throwback design that’s been slightly elevated, and they’re not too expensive at $260 per pair.
While these two collabs are visually quite different, they both offer a take on the cold-weather boot. J.Crew opts for unobtrusive function while Aimé Leon Dore leans towards luxury — either way, you can’t go wrong.
GT Scramble Hiking Boots by J.Crew $175
7-Eye Lug Boot (Green) by Aimé Leon Dore $260
7-Eye Lug Boot (Navy) by Aimé Leon Dore $260
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