Supreme Just Reimagined Timberland’s Classic 6-Inch Boot
The three new designs will be available from 21 December.
BY Demetrius Simms  |  December 28, 2023
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One of Timberland’s most iconic designs has been given the Supreme treatment.

The footwear company has teamed up with the streetwear label to create a new version of the beloved six-inch boot. The kicks retain the classic Timberland silhouette but showcase an embossed pattern on the upper that feels unequivocally Supreme. The shoes are also available in a fun pink colourway, as well as the regular camel and black.

The kicks are made of the same nubuck leather that Timberland stans have come to know and love. Each boot comes with a padded leather collar, a soft footbed, and a rubber outsole that ensures both comfort and durability. Timberland says the shoes also offer “tireless waterproof performance” and 400 grammes of warm, down-free PrimaLoft insulation.

Supreme x Timberland six-inch boot.
Image courtesy of Supreme

Some subtle differences set the new design apart from the original 1970s Timberlands, though. There is a red Supreme tag displayed above the debossed Timberland logo, for instance. The inserts for the boots are also finished in Supreme’s signature red hue. The changes may be minor but will not go unnoticed by footwear fanatics.

Supreme is famous for its off-the-wall collabs that run the gamut from Airstream to Barbour to Honda. This latest partnership was a natural fit, though. Both Supreme and Timberland are owned by VF Corporation. (The equity firm bought Supreme for US$2.1 billion in November 2020.) The two brands have also joined forces numerous times in the past, delivering fresh takes on lug shoes, low-top hikers, and other boots. The duo clearly hasn’t lost the ability to innovate, though, as this most recent drop shows.

Supreme x Timberland six-inch boot in pink and black.
Image courtesy of Supreme

Supreme is also a fan of working with Vans. (Uncoincidentally, the shoemaker is also owned by VF.) The two released new riffs on the Vans Half Cab Pro and Old Skool Pro models earlier this month, in fact. In addition, the streetwear titan has produced more than 45 sneakers with Nike, delivered a 3-Eye shoe collection with Dr Martens, and turned out some impressive footwear with Clarks.

The new Supreme x Timberland boot will be available from 21 December.