A classic Timberland hiking boot is back in its original form for the first time ever.
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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