Timberland Links with DTLR to Commemorate the Lifestyle Retailer’s 40th Anniversary

Today, DTLR is one of the leading sneaker and streetwear retailers in America with over 250 stores in 19 different states, but it wasn’t always that way. The brand first opened its doors in Baltimore in 1982 and quickly gained a reputation for being a purveyor of in-demand footwear styles – it’s been that way ever since. This year marks the 40th anniversary of DTLR, and to celebrate, the retailer has teamed up with Timberland to rerelease the duo’s exclusive wheat-and-red 6-Inch Boots from 2012.

Initially launched to commemorate DTLR’s 30th anniversary a decade ago, this limited-edition colorway boasts a premium full-grain nubuck upper done in Timberland’s classic wheat tone. The tonal base is accented with luxe red hits, which dress the laces and padded leather ankle collars. Embossed Timberland Tree logos appear on the lateral heels, completing the upper.

Moving downward, you’ll come across Timberland’s classic lug rubber soles. In a nod to the release’s celebratory nature, DTLR’s 40th-anniversary branding appears on the hangtags, as well as on the boxes.

These Timberland x DTLR 40th Anniversary Premium 6-Inch Boots will be available on DTLR.com and DTLR stores on Friday, October 14th in full-family sizing.