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Timberland Care and Materials

Timberland  boots care guide


Timberland boots have maintained their position as America’s favourite work boot for over 4 decades thanks to their rugged durability. However, that doesn’t mean they don’t need some TLC every now and then, particularly if your pair sees more use for style rather than substance. We’ve got loads of products designed to keep your boots looking great, which you can see in our shoe care.

Offering everything you need to keep your 6 Inch Premium boots, this travel kit is ideal for maintaining the look of your boots. The kit features three different products to care for your boots; Balm-Proofer, which helps guard against stains; the Dry Cleaning Kit; and the Suede & Nubuck Cleaner.


First and foremost, Timberland have one thing in mind when picking the materials for their boots; quality. 6 Inch Premiums would not have been industry standard work boots for over 40 years had they not been created with durability and comfort in mind. Timberland’s classic boot features premium nubuck leather, which breaks in easily for comfort but is also highly abrasion resistant, a sturdy rubber lug outsole and the iconic padded leather ankle protection.

Elsewhere, Timberland uses premium leather in their fashionable ranges, and their hiking range feature PET mesh lining and EVA midsoles for maximum comfort.

However, Timberland have always sought to play an active role in their community, and have for years given employees designated time off in order to work on charitable projects. This philosophy is extended to their use of sustainable materials. Outsoles are often made from Green Rubber, which is converted scrap. Numerous parts of their boots are made from recycled plastic bottles, and so far over 128 million bottles have been used in the production of Timberland footwear. Much of the leather they use comes from silver- rated tanneries aimed at producing high quality materials in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner.

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Timberland  boots care guide

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