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Following yesterday’s Champion x Timberland 6” Boot teaser, social media is now abuzz with another forthcoming Timberland collaboration. Imagery of new mastermind JAPAN x Timberland 6” Boots has materialized on Instagram, with two remastered variants that recall the duo’s past collaborations. One set of new boots offers the classic “Wheat” colorway, timberland delphiville textile sneaker  while the other goes tonal with mastermind’s preferred black hues. On the rear, mastermind branding is embroidered in gold or silver on the leather heel, with the Japanese label’s skull logo embossed below and on the tongue for extra visual intrigue.

Virgil Abloh‘s popular Off-White™ x Timberland 6-Inch Boot returns this month in a bright orange makeover. After initially being available for pre-order back in November, the bold iteration has now hit the shelves and online. Timberland‘s signature 6-Inch boot is fully decked out in orange from its velvet upper, collar and sole unit. An embossed timberland allington boots  insignia can be found on the lateral heel while Off-White™’s “X” can be found on the medial sides. Finally a set of orange, black and white laces also come with the boots for those looking to switch up the look.

Last seen as the subject of a long-gone J. Crew collaboration, the old Timberland World Hiker is making a comeback - this time in OG form. A rugged retro-style hiking boot in the same vein as that of the Euro Hiker, the World Hiker appears here with its original construction, ditching the leather-clad look of the aforementioned J. Crew collaboration in favor of a familiar “Gopher”-colored nubuck upper.  This time around, the leather paneling is utilized on the likes of the lining and tongue branding badge while details include everything from a gusseted tongue and padded, perforated collar to metal D-ring eyelets, flat cotton laces, and debossed branding.

Fresh off a Spring/Summer 2018 knitwear collaboration with ’90s streetwear staple Karl Kani, monkey time reconnects with Timberland for another range of new items for the Spring/Summer 2018 lineup. Coming to us two years after Timberland and monkey time’s first official joint release, the pairing’s latest collaborative collection introduces new hoodies, crewneck sweaters and sweatpants. The clothing featured timberland go here  in the new drop takes its inspirational cues from the classic “sweatsuit” look and features a heavy dose of Timberland branding, which includes the brand’s iconic logo and print motifs.