Timberland is the world’s leading outdoor lifestyle brand with a focus on footwear. The company is owned by VF Corporation and the corporate headquarters are situated in Stratham, New Hampshire. Timberland was founded in 1952 and it is engaged in the design, development, marketing, and distribution of footwear, clothing, and accessories for men, women, and children. It is known for its unique culture and product design and operates stores internationally, including numerous retail and factory outlets in United Kingdom, Canada, Argentina, Colombia, Chile and Brazil.
The company’s clothing products line includes outdoor adventure, leisure, and sports attires for men, women, and kids. In addition, Timberland offers a huge of accessories products, such as travel gear, women’s handbags, belts, wallets, socks, eyewear, gloves, watches, sunglasses, ophthalmic frames, and various other leather goods. The company is specialized is basic, premium, and sports boots embracing hikers; and hand sewn oxfords, casual footwear and boat shoes. Timberland is highly acknowledged for its outdoor performance footwear for outdoor recreationalists and aficionados for outdoor adventures.
Around 250,000 craftspeople create products at Timberland in above 300 factories in 30 countries internationally. The company has an established history that the products are produced by suppliers that provide impartial, non-discriminatory and safe workplaces that do not impairment the workers, the community or the environment. Timberland developed its Code of Conduct in 1994 and since then, it has ensured that a devoted team monitors factory conditions and works with suppliers to implement social and ecofriendly management systems.
Timberland is best known for the original yellow boot presented in 1973 and today the company outfits consumers from toe-to-head with a versatile collection that imitate the brand’s rich heritage of artistry, function and style. The products from Timberland are sold throughout the globe in top departments and specialty stores as well as its own retail locations and online stores. The company’s dedication of making high quality products is matched by a stanch commitment to environmental and social responsibility. Last year, the company launched global Made for the Modern Trail campaign to refurbish the outdoors and celebrating the everyday adventures that fill consumer’s lives.
At Timberland, the products are designed and manufactured with great responsibly, and the company holds itself accountable for what goes into the products as well as how they are made. This assurance comes in a number of ways from the efforts to steadily increase the use of organic recycled, and renewable materials, to responsibly sourcing of wool and cotton, to the factories with whom the company choose to do business. Since 2009, the company has given more than 185 million plastic bottles a new life in footwear through the use of recycled PET. In 2014 alone, the brand used 1.25 million pounds of recycled PET. Since 2001, Timberland has planted around 8.8 million trees around the world including China,Haitithe Dominican Republic, Argentina, Germany and more. Timberland is also focused on preserving and protecting the outdoors by revolutionizing products that are made reliably, cutting back emissions that help improve the company’s carbon footprint and preserving the environment through enduring global cultivation efforts.