Timberland Men :: SS18 :: Military Camo

Timberland Men :: SS18 :: Military Camo

Catch me if you can

Timberland’s Military Camo pays homage to the iconic American military M65 jacket. After several seasons of continued following, the camo trend is to be considered an evergreen, and Timberland offers the perfect urban staple. Timberland’s unique and cool design is defined by the allover geometric print and bold 4 square slip pocket front.

The Military Camo Jacket opens up with a concealed zip front and has a loose fit that’s designed for Timberland’s Compatible Layering System. It can be worn with a denim or technical quilted jacket underneath. The easy layering and pack away hood makes it the ideal piece for changing climates.

Every design feature is meticulously thought out to provide the wearer with optimal ease and comfort. It’s constructed with an internally adjustable drawstring at the waist so that with light underlayers it can be pulled in snuggly. It’s equipped with a handy internal zipped side compartment for stowing away valuables.

The velcro detailing adds to the raw utility look which is further complemented by the leather embossed tree logo patch visible on the arm.

This military inspired jacket is finished with all the traditional detailing; epaulettes, adjustable sleeve straps at the cuffs and leather zip pull tabs. A high collar at the neck closes off with silver-tone metal press studs designed to keep harsh winds at bay.

It’s cut from organic washed cotton twill which gives the jacket a nice worn in aesthetic. The 3% elastane gives just enough stretch to provide ease of movement through the shoulders and sleeves for an active lifestyle. The allover camo print is complemented with a block green lining.

This season Timberland’s signature geometric camo print is available across a range of products. Wear Timberland’s military camo for a look that is cool no matter the occasion, and exude a catch me if you can attitude. Own the city with Timberland.  

200 €
200 € (jacket)

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