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Nature needs heroes

Timberland works hard to make the products better, our cities greener, and our communities stronger. We would like to believe we’re in this together. Let’s step outside and make it better.

Brand ambassador Will Pan will carry this message forward in April when he joins Timberland and the Japan-based non-profit organization Green Network in Inner Mongolia, planting trees to reduce the widespread damage that sandstorms cause by creating natural barriers in the desert and raise awareness for the Horqin Desert Reforestation Project.

Since 2001, Timberland has planted more than 2.6 million trees in China, out of a total of 9.7 million trees planted worldwide by the company.

Be an Earthkeeper

As a global outdoor lifestyle brand, Timberland has always been driven by a commitment to innovate and operate in an accountable and responsible manner – in terms of our products, the outdoors and the communities around the globe where we operate. As part of this commitment, we have established rigorous environmental standards – Timberland Environmental Product Standards (TEPS) – across all Timberland product categories. Since 2009, the company has recycled the equivalent of more than 310 million plastic bottles through the use of recycled PET; 99% of leather used for footwear comes from gold or silver rated tanneries; 67% of footwear contain recycled, organic, or renewable materials in its footwear and apparels.

Nature Needs Heroes

The collection features recycled materials such as ReBOTL™, recycled rubber, and recycled polyester. ReBOTL™ is a proprietary material that contains at least 40% recycled PET, the same material used to make plastic bottles, that is weaved into yarn for use in Timberland products and accessories.

Check out the collection in the video!