Whether by the coast or in town, Timberland’s iconic nautical boat shoes are the perfect off-duty staple.
The Tidelands mens’ style are masterfully crafted from premium LWG Silver-rated tannery leather for the most comfortable fit. They feature the classic boat style interlaced collar and hand-sewn moccasin-construction. They're finished with tonal rawhide cotton laces and set on non-slip practical recycled white rubber soles, developed to grip a range of different surfaces. This season the Timberland design team brings endless summer to this timeless piece with a wide range of pop colours in suede and full grain leather.
The women’s style Camden Falls has the same iconic nautical design and is available in classic navy and in a range of soft feminine hues in supple premium suede leather.
They’ve also been cut from this season’s stand out powder blue colourway with classic black and brown in the full grain leather for a multitude of smarter styling options.
Tidelands and Camden Falls boat shoes feature Ortholite® ultra-breathable foam insoles with antimicrobial treatment for odor control which means Timberland’s boat shoes can be worn without socks with piece of mind for any length of journey.
Timberland’s boat shoes slip on effortlessly and look great styled with summer denim or thrown on for a stroll by the beach in swimwear. He wears them in the evening with a chunky cardigan and rolled chinos and she wears them with chiffon palazzo pants and a nautical stripe pullover.
As of SS17, Tidelands and Camden Falls boat shoes are made with SensorFlex soles. They represent the modern evolution of the iconic boat shoes with the new SensorFlex™ technology; a comfort system which provides active cushioning, constant support and dynamic flex. SensorFlex™ allows wearers to comfortably glide over even the most uneven and rugged terrain.
This summer let go of the city’s frenetic pace, slip on a pair of Timberland’s boat shoes in a bright hue from this season’s offering, and be transported to a feeling of sun shining on your face, and endless summer.
Margo Van Raemdonck
Margo Van Raemdonck