Posts Tagged ‘Pathrock’
So says Adam, the global product manager on Timberland’s Men’s Outdoor Team. He knows a thing or two about the outdoors – the Tennessee native grew up boating, kayaking, hiking and backpacking and has climbed 20 of the 14,000-foot peaks in Colorado.
Adam’s expertise makes him a great asset to our product team, and also makes him the perfect guy to offer some advice for your own outdoor adventures:
- You should be flexible; your gear should be versatile. The outdoors has a way of throwing surprises at you; the better you and your gear can adapt, the better your experience will be.
- To scale a mountain, keep your feet on the ground. I see a lot of people climbing the steep, smooth stuff on their tiptoes. But your goal should be to keep as much of your sole on the ground as possible—so you’ve got traction.
- Just get out there. It doesn’t matter how fast you go or how far you go—just do what you love to do, with the people you want to do it with.
If that’s not enough to make you want to get up off the couch, check out our Men’s collection for spring, including the new Pathrock hiker (it’s versatile — Adam would approve!). And to see what products Adam and other Timberland guys love these days, be sure to click on staff picks.
According to our product development team, “gnarly stuff shreds footwear.” That’s a very cool way to say a challenging climb can really ruin your shoes. That’s why they created the new Pathrock:
Whether you’re going … um … smearing … or on a less arduous adventure, the Pathrock Collection of footwear is lightweight, durable and traction-packed enough to protect you against the gnarliest of stuff. See for yourself.