After launching their eco-friendly-focused ‘Nature Needs Heroes’ campaign last year, the popular outwear company that is Timberland looks to extend the number of sustainable products they provide.

Lead by Creative Director, Christopher Raeburn, Timberland has utilised ReBOTL technology, a material made from recycled plastic bottles, in order to produced accessories, apparel and footwear. Consequently, the brand’s efforts have seen more than 445 metric tons of plastic waste get recycled.

This season, ReBOTL is used on a selection of men’s outerwear styles, including coach and worker jackets, bombers and windbreakers, as well as two pant styles and one short. Interestingly, in some cases, up to 40 plastic bottles need to be recycled to produce just one product.

Take a look at the “Recycled Workwear by Timberland” collection below, if you like what you see then head over to Timberland’s online store to cop yourself your favourites.

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