the adventures of yoshi

Timberland Boot Company Fall 2010 Collection

Posted in Blogosphere, Fashion, Product Review, Shoes Shoes Shoes by yoshi on November 9, 2010

The ever so gracious Timberland PR team, Team Epiphany, sent over an awesome package today introducing their Timberland Boot Collection inspired by the history of Shelburne Farms and the industrious history of our nation. A quick rundown of the farms:

…a 1,400 acre filed and forest along the shore of Lake Champlain in northern Vermont. Shelburne Farms is a working testament to the vision, innovation and perseverance of the Post-Industrial Age. Through vintage finishes, one-of-a-kind details and purposeful accents, the footwear embodies an era that values quality, dependability and character.

I received a pair of Lucille Tall Boots (stunning, can’t wait to wear!!!) along with an exclusive weekend getaway travel bag! Both items exude the look, feel and essence of the Shelburne Farms and I can tell they are built to last.

The Lucille Tall Boots (part of a 3-series collection with the Gavie and Marge) are available through Timberland retailing at $340. The details of these boots include:

  • Premium full-grain Horween® leather and 100% organic canvas uppers
  • Horween® leather linings
  • Hand finished
  • Non-matching antique brass hardware
  • Premium leather outsole

THANK YOU TEAM EPIPHANY AND TIMBERLAND!!!

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  1. […] yet strong, sense of hard craftmenship for both the Men’s and Women’s collection. The Lucille Tall Boots (thank you Timberland and Team Epiphany) are perfect for the Fall/Winter seasons here in NYC. With […]

  2. […] you timberland/team epiphany again for the boots and simone for the holbrooke […]

  3. krisyee said, on November 16, 2010 at 2:19 PM

    wow i’ve never liked a pair of timberlands until now. lol

  4. girlgonerun said, on November 17, 2010 at 10:01 AM

    omg i want want want those boots…it hurts my eyes to look argggggghhhh lol…rock them well Yoshi rock em well 🙂


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