Camo print it seems, is making quite a comeback into the scene. Timberland’s 2018 Spring collection features subtle earthy hues and camo prints that stands out in the concrete jungle, or hidden in plain sight.
The collection highlights the Crocker Mountain M65 Jacket, heavily featuring 1980s temperate mountain camouflage patterns. The jacket also includes Timberland’s Compatible Layering System, allowing much more versatile mixing and matching with Timberland’s other inner jackets.
The 6-inch has also been given a rework on the ankle portion, cladded with camo print on the inside and can be rolled up or down, depending on the wearer. Two new colours adorn the silhouette, Boa and and Argan Oil.
Timberland has also draped its sneaker in camo patterns. The Altimeter Oxfords gets reworked in dark forest camo, featuring mixed-media appeal of premium leather and lightweight durable mesh. Pair easily with neutrals to shift focus onto the shoe or coordinate with Timberland’s other camo apparel wear for a full military inspired look. SensorflexTM technology is present in the midsole, allowing constant support, cushioning and flexibility on any terrain.
Supplementary to the jacket and footwear are the River Military Lino Cargo Shirt featuring camo internals and a grey outer colour, as well as a Kennebec Seasonal Pattern Tee to go along with it.
Timberland’s got women covered as well. Comprised of leather boots, slip-on flats, lace-ups and Chelseas, the sleek silhouettes of the Berlin Park collection come equipped with elevated outsoles and OrthoLite® footbeds for increase comfort. Versatility is the main focus here, with all models coloured in neutral and monochromatic tones, allowing it to be matched with anything in your wardrobe.
The Berlin collection starts from RM499 for the slip-ons all the way to RM629 for the 6-inch boots, whilst the Camo collection jacket coming in at a pricey RM1119, with the Cargo Shirt and T-shirt coming in at RM319 and RM139 respectively. Prices for the footwear are yet to be confirmed.
So what say you readers? Cop or drop?