INNOVATION INSPIRED BY NATURE
100% sustainability is hard.
Creating a net positive impact on the environment will be even harder.
But it is what we intend to do by 2030.
01. WHAT IS NET POSITIVE?
We've always tried to lessen our environmental impact. But we know we can do better: actually leave Nature better than we found it.
One way is to pull more carbon out of the air than we emit. We can also improve biodiversity (think plants, animals, and insects), water quality, and farmer wellbeing.
02. WHAT IS CIRCULARITY?
In Nature, everything has a use and a reuse- nothing goes to waste. That's how we think when we design.
We use recycled materials that would otherwise go to waste. And we're starting to design products that can be recycled, so they won't make a negative impact and ultimately achieve zero waste.
03. WHAT IS REGENERATIVE?
Nature has the power to regrow. We can help by sourcing from regenerative agriculture farms.
Regenerative farming mimics Nature. Animals graze in natural patterns, and planting diverse crops replicates Nature's diversity. The land gets to rest, pull carbon out of the air and create healthy, hydrated, fertile soil.
04. WHAT'S OUR VISION?
We believe a greener future is a better future. So, we've set a bold innovation vision:
Inspired by Nature, we will design net positive products-giving back to Nature more than we take.
We are pursuing our vision through two paths found in nature - regeneration and circularity.
05. HOW WILL WE MEASURE?
1. 100% of our natural materials will come from sources using regenerative agriculture practices. We're already working with regenerative leather, rubber, cotton, wool, and sugarcane farmers.
2. 100% of our products will be designed for circularity. That way they won't have a negative impact, and ultimately achieve zero waste.
PLANT THE CHANGE™
50 MILLION TREES IN 5 YEARS
We aren't just planting trees, we're
planting hope, jobs, clean air and unity.
Sizes can vary by style, so getting the right size for you can be a little tricky. It’s important that you have the best shopping experience possible, which is why we’ll do the hard work for you with our size converter! Please note Timberland PRO footwear EU sizing is one size down (E.g. Mens US 7 = EU 39).
Men's Footwear Size Chart
Women's Footwear Size Chart
Kids - Toddler Footwear Size Chart
Kids - Youth Footwear Size Chart
Men's clothing size chart
Timberland clothing is engineered to American size standards. The following charts will help you convert your international size.
|INCHES||14 - 14.5||15 - 15.5||16 - 16.5||17 - 17.5||18 - 18.5|
|CENTIMETERS||36 - 37||38 - 39||41 - 42||43 - 44||45 - 47|
|INCHES||36 - 38||39 - 41||42 - 44||45 - 47||48 - 50|
|CENTIMETERS||91 - 97||99 - 104||107 - 112||114 - 119||122 - 127|
|INCHES||30 - 31||32 - 34||36 - 38||40 - 42||44 - 46|
|CENTIMETERS||76 - 79||81 - 86||91 - 97||102 - 107||112 - 117|
Women's clothing size chart
|INCHES||30 - 31||32 - 34||35 - 37||38 - 40||41 - 43|
|CENTIMETERS||76 - 79||81 - 86||88 - 94||96 - 102||104 - 110|
|INCHES||23 - 24||25 - 27||28 - 30||31 - 33||34 - 36|
|CENTIMETERS||58 - 61||63 - 68||70 - 76||78 - 84||86 - 92|
|INCHES||34 - 35||36 - 38||39 - 41||42 - 44||45 - 48|
|CENTIMETERS||86 - 89||91 - 96||98 - 104||106 - 112||114 - 120|
At Timberland our goal is simple: We want you to feel as confident in your order as we do in our product. And you can, because we stand behind every product we make. You may return merchandise purchased online for size, fit or style reasons within 30 days of shipment of your order, provided it has not been damaged, washed, altered or worn. For more information, please contact our customer service.
To ensure you choose the correct size for your feet we recommend you follow the method described here.
To measure your size is better if you are helped by a second person.
- Put a sheet of paper along the wall and fixed to the floor using scotch tape.
- Then you stand over the paper, you must be straighten, wearing socks, heels and back against the wall and feet together.
- Draw the outline of both feet and draw the straight line where the silhouette is longer. Draw another line parallel to 0.5 cm from this line (and the clearance is measured).
- Finally, measure the distance from the wall to the second line you have drawn (both feet do not have to be the same length).
- This will be your reference to know your shoe size.
When you find a sneaker that you like, simply select your preferred size metric (US/EU/UK) and choose your size. If you are unsure of which size is right for you, here are some helpful tips:
- Already own a pair of kicks in the brand?
Generally sizing tends to be standard across brands, although sizes can vary slightly depending on the style, shape and material of the shoe. The size of the pair that you already own is a good guide!
- Use the product information and reviews
Certain brands or styles can run a size larger or smaller. We’ll include this information on the product page when we have this information available, and often, fellow shoppers will leave reviews with size information that you can use.