Bundle up With Timberland’s “40 Below” Super Boot

Timberland is bringing back its famed “40 Below” Super Boot just in time for the winter season. The silhouette – first introduced in 1979 as a way to combat the chilly conditions of the arctic – last hit shelves in 2013 and sold out faster than you could say “Timbs.”

Don’t worry – if you missed the rerelease from nearly a decade ago, you’ll have another chance to grab these historic boots in early November.

In a nod to the original, this release features an exclusive Highway leather upper done in a rich “Hazel” tone. “Highway” refers to a premium tannage, which is inspired by the Krymp Oxide leather used on the original Super Boot. This waterproof boot is then outfitted with a Triple-Bubble collar and anti-slip D-Ring hardware. The tonal base is accented with contrast stitching and the lateral collars are stamped with Timberland’s ubiquitous tree logo.

The premium upper is cemented to rugged Vibram rubber sole units, done in black.

Looking to get your hands on a pair? The Timberland Super Boot “40 Below” will release on DTLR.com and DTLR stores on November 5th for a retail price of $260.