For this fall season, Timberland has expanded its hiking shoe collection with several new lines at once, including the Treeline STR, GreenStride Solar Ridge, Boulder Trail, Lincoln Peak, as well as a new model from the popular Euro Hiker collection, the Euro Hiker Shell Toe Boot. The presented novelties are created using different technological solutions, including the slaughter of the environment, and are suitable both for wearing in off-road conditions and everyday on city streets..
Series Treeline STR Available in two models, Treeline STR Sneakers and Treeline STR Hiking Boots. The models are built on the same platform, but differ significantly in the execution of the upper, which is created by a combination of ReBOTL reinforced material (up to 50% recycled), natural leather and thermopolyurethane. ReBOTL lining and anatomical OrthoLite insole. The outsole is made with an EVA midsole and a versatile rubber-blend outsole.
Shoes series GreenStride Solar Ridge, featuring two boots and one sneaker, stands out because it is built on the GreenStride Comfort Soles, the midsole of which is 75% a mixture of sugar cane and natural rubber, similar to the Solar Wave Collection models. Also, the design uses an anatomical insole, 70% consisting of natural raw materials, and ReBOTL material.
The GreenStride Solar Ridge boots are distinguished by their height and combination of external materials, as well as the type of waterproof membrane used, Gore-Tex and TimberDry (50% recycled). The GreenStride Solar Ridge GTX Hiking Boot and GreenStride Solar Ridge TimberDry Hiking Boot are priced at $225 and $170, while the GreenStride Solar Ridge TimberDry Sneakers are $150.
low shoes boulder trail built from the same materials as the Treeline STR series, but with a more classic design, as well as sole construction, the tread pattern itself and additional heel support and toe protection, which are made of dense TPU. The novelty is available in three colors and is estimated by the manufacturer at $120.
Boots Lincoln Peak stand out with their almost all-leather upper with the addition of TPU overlays. The interior features a ReBOTL lining, a TimberDry membrane and an anatomical recycled foam insole. The outsole has a two-layer construction, similar to the Garrison Trail series, consisting of a layer of EVA foam and a TPU outsole with a universal tread pattern. The cost of boots does not exceed 120 dollars.
utility boots Euro Hiker Shell Toe Boot Built on the same last as the other versions of the Euro Hiker range, but featuring a full-length rubber toe cap and dense webbing to form an upper that has been treated with Defender Repellent Systems water repellant. Inside, a heat-insulating lining and an anatomical insole of the OrthoLite brand are used. The sole of the boot is built using SensorFlex technology, and provides for a three-layer construction, which includes a flexible arch support, shock-absorbing foam and a layer of wear-resistant rubber outsole. The boots are valued at $140.
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