Bee Line and Timberland team up for their 9th collaborative project, a capsule collection that celebrates the past and takes ownership of the future. The iconic rubber toe boot reappears in classic monochromatic colorways, while the apparel juxtaposes Timberland’s work and outdoor heritage with abstract Bee Line iconography by New York-based artist, Shaun Crawford.

Bee Line Creative Director Joe Au reimagines the Bee Line x Timberland® 6″ Rubber Toe Boot in tonal Wheat, Navy and Red colorways – the red paying homage to the 2014 ‘Crimson’ style, limited to just 300 pairs in the world. Offered in men’s and women’s sizes, these waterproof boots feature premium nubuck leather, boldly updated with rubber toe caps and overlays for added protection in the elements. True to both brands’ dedication to responsible design, they feature TimberDry™ waterproof linings made of 50% recycled plastic and ReBOTL™ fabric linings containing at least 50% recycled plastic.

The accompanying all-gender apparel brings the fresh energy of the city to classic outdoor-inspired silhouettes and features responsible materials throughout. The Bee Line x Timberland® Sherpa Fleece Jacket is made of 100% ReBotl™ fabric, while the New York Hoodie and LS Graphic Tee are each made of 100% organically grown cotton.

The collection comes to life through an editorial campaign shot in New York City’s Central Park by Aijani Payne — reminding us that we can enjoy the great outdoors in our own neighborhoods and backyards. Sometimes, the outdoors is right at our doorstep.

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