Committed to plant over 50 million trees by 2025, the Timberland brand aims to give back more than is taken by reducing waste in the environment. This new Fall/Winter 2020 collection is all about the choices — durable fabrics and TimberDry waterproof linings that are made of recycled plastic diverted from landfills.
The brand focuses on leading the fashion industry towards zero waste and 100% circular product design. As its most premium and warmest jacket, the Men’s Ecoriginal Waterproof Parka features warm Thermore ECOdown insulation made from 100% recycled plastic. Apart from that, the ReBOTL fabric that is used in the shell contains 40% recycled plastic as well. And its DryVent waterproof technology just screams all-weather protection.
The Weather Ready Collection are an additional of warm but eco-conscious options that incorporate the said fabrics. For example, the Men’s Outdoor Archive Sherpa Fleece Jacket, Women’s Long and Sherpa Mixed Media Jacket.
There are also new footwear styles such as the Garrison Trail Waterproof High Hiker that feature TimberDry linings that are made of 50% recycled plastic as well as Better Leather and Rugged TimberGrip traction. Besides that, the streamlined low-top fabric Madbury Sneaker features recycled ReBOTLTM linings and an OrthoLite footbed for long-lasting comfort.
Timberland is also releasing the Climate Pack collection, which takes inspiration from satellite photography used to document the effects of climate change on our planet. The reflective Climate Pack Puffer Jacket is made using 100% recycled insulation and a water-repellant shell.
The new Weather Ready and Climate Pack collections are available now at any Timberland stores in Malaysia.