The American outwear brand that is Timberland has seemingly doubled down on their eco-friendly approach to manufacturing. The reason for saying this is that their new GreenStride collection has dropped and its construction is more eco-conscious than what we’ve seen before.
Specifically, the usual petroleum-filled EVA soles have been swapped out to make room for renewable materials, such as sugar cane and natural rubber. Additionally, the leather used within the construction is sourced from tanneries that are rated silver by the Leather Working Group. This means that the tanneries focus on responsible energy use, waste management and water treatment. Adding to the renewable aspects of the offerings is the use of ReBOTL™ fabric, a textile which is made of at least 50% recycled plastic.
Take a look at Timberland’s GreenStride collection below. If you like what you see then you’re in luck as you can cop your favourites now via Timberland’s online store.