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Timberland’s New Boot is All American

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Timberland introduces a new Made in USA boot this fall.

The brand partnered with Arkansas-based Munro & Company to manufacturer the new men’s USA-Made 8-Inch Boot, available Oct. 27. Timberland boots are typically manufactured in the Dominican Republic.

For the limited-edition style, Timberland used Chromexcel leather from Chicago-based tannery Horween and a Vibram outsole from Massachusetts. The boot is offered in a maroon colorway with exposed yellow stitching.

Boots will retail for $500 online and in Timberland specialty retail stores worldwide for a limited time.

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