Posts Tagged ‘oxfords’

1 Piece, 3 Ways: The Best of the BareStep

You’ve got places to go and things to pack, and struggling to cram 4 pairs of shoes into your bag kind of takes the wind out of your weekend sails.  We hear you.  That’s why Timberland’s women’s site now features tips and tricks from our stylist for making one pair of shoes work harder with more of your wardrobe … so you don’t have to expand the shoe section of your closet or bring an extra bag on your weekend getaways.

First up, the Earthkeepers BareStep Trail Oxford.  As a trail shoe, it will look (and feel) right at home on your morning hike … but the BareStep is also comfortable and stylish enough for window shopping, coffee-sipping, seashell hunting and whatever else might be on your agenda.   See?  Our friend Emily is all smiles in her BareSteps:

(Don’t forget: if you’re not a leather oxford lover, we’ve also got a sporty mesh version of the BareStep in light, bright colors, and a fun, feminine Mary Jane style.)

Summer might be winding down, but we’re just getting warmed up.  See more stylist ideas on how to wear 1 piece, 3 ways on our women’s website.

Thank You, Frederick Strickland

Mr. Strickland was a mid-1800’s adventure seeker; he was the first man in recorded history to summit Mount Washington in the winter … and also the first man to die on Mount Washington during his attempted descent. (For the purposes of this story, let’s just focus on Frederick’s life, not death.)

The fearless (some might say foolish) passion for the outdoors that fueled Frederick Strickland and other early adventurers like him serves as inspiration for Timberland’s Spring 2012 Abington Collection — full of handsome, durable, comfortable boots and shoes made for the most discerning outdoor pioneers.

Abington Alpine Ox Hiker

Abington 6-Eye Canoe Boot

Abington Lodge Moccasin Ox

Click on the video below to go behind the scenes on our Abington photo shoot; to learn more about our collection of Strickland-inspired footwear, visit the Abington website.