Earlier this week, I stepped into the Timberland store at ION Orchard and was surprised. It has been way too long since I last stepped into a Timberland store.
The Timberland Earthkeepers Edition (EK+) footwear and apparel use materials sourced from farms that use regenerative practices to help soil absorb carbon, retain water and restore biodiversity. Renewable natural materials and not fossil fuels sourced from farms using responsible land management practices and 100% recycled materials are used for this collection.
The Fall/Winter 2020 collection features TimberDry waterproof and ReBOTL fabric.
The signature Timberland Boot has been transformed into the Ecoriginal EK+ 6″ Waterproof Boots with military-styled straps, camouflage prints and quilted technical weaves. Timberland’s creative director Christopher Raeburn brings his signature style to these waterproof boots. Better Leather from a tannery rated Silver for responsible environmental practices by the Leather Working Group is used for the boots. TimberDry waterproof linings are made of 50% recycled plastic that helps keep your feet dry and plastic out of landfills.
But we like the Timberland Heritage EK+ 6 Inch Waterproof Boot. For S$299, the camo prints on the upper boot as well as the sides of the soles make the perfect boots to be in.
The Ecoriginal EK+ Waterproof Fishtail Parkas are influenced by Christopher Raeburn’s “RAEMADE” philosophy featuring his signature details. This is made using TimberDry waterproof lining and ReBOTL fabric shell, Even the zippers and trims are made of recycled materials.
The collection also features a range of fleece bomb jackets, sweatshirts, tees, quilted bottoms and cargo pants.
Timberland Nature Heroes Virtual Steps Challenge 2020
Join close to 6,000 participants in the Timberland Nature Heroes Virtual Steps Challenge 2020 on 42Race this month from 1 to 28 October 2020.
Pick from the 100k, 300k, or 450k steps challenge. You don’t have to complete all the steps in one go. You can accumulate steps from multiple days between the 28 days. I registered for the 300k steps challenge given my recent walking addiction.
Registration is free and you will receive a 20% off Timberland e-voucher with no minimum spend. Upon achieving the steps, you get a Nature Needs Heroes’ e-badge and also receive a 40% off Timberland e-voucher with a minimum purchase of 2 items.
Timberland’s goal is to achieve 100 million steps from participants to plant 1,000 trees in Agung Utara and Batu Tegi in Indonesia through its partnership with OneTreePlanted global reforestation organisation.