The Timberland 1978 Hiker Boot was the brand’s original waterproof hiking shoe, but it’s been discontinued for decades. Originally built for mountaineers and hikers, the rugged men’s boots are a forgotten part of the outdoor brand’s heritage — but they’re back now, for a limited time only.
Timberland 1978 Hiker Boot “Claypot,” $250; timberland.com
This throwback look features original details including a “Claypot” brown leather upper and red laces, but has been updated with materials and technology for improved comfort. The 2017 iteration includes eco-friendly Timber-Dry membranes, anti-fatigue insoles, and durable Vibram rubber outsoles.
The 1978 Hiker Boot is available now for $250 from timberland.com and select retailers.
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