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Nina Chanel Abney standing in a brown hat, white sweater with light tan vest, and tan pants; Edison Chen standing in a green button-down over a white t-shirt and gray pants; Humberto Leon seated on a tall white box, wearing a black leather jacket over a black ribbed v-neck sweater and white t-shirt with gray pants; , Dr. Samuel Ross standing in a blue sweater over a blue shirt with blue pants; Suzanne Oude Hengel standing ina cream-colored sleeveless sweater and green cargo pants; Christopher Raeburn standing in a black jacket over a white t-shirt with a black ball cap and black pants. All against a light gray background, wearing Timberland® yellow boots.
Future73 - Our Legacy. Their Vision.

Our Legacy. Their Vision.

With passions for design and innovation at its core, Timberland invited a team of future makers to reimagine its icon and its legacy. Crafted through their own lens of bold innovation and catalyzing it into the future.

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The Original Timberland® Boot

A bold design with humble beginnings.

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Edison Chen looking at the camera, from chest up in a green button-down shirt against a brown background.

Edison Chen

Edison Chen, founder & creative director of CLOT, infuses traditional Chinese narrative into contemporary streetwear with an all-encompassing approach toward fashion, art, music and beyond.

Samuel Ross looking left at the camera, from chest up in a blue sweatshirt with a gold chain necklace against a blue background.

Samuel Ross

Dr. Samuel Ross, founder and creative director of A-Cold-Wall*, is a world-renowned designer, revolutionary in his approach to material investigation and innovation.

Suzanne Oude Hengel looking to the viewer's left, from the shoulders up in a cream-colored sleeveless sweater against a blue background.

Suzanne Oude Hengel

Dutch product designer Suzanne Oude Hengel has brought a modern and innovative approach to the time-honored craft of knitting, describing herself as a designer and technician in equal parts.

Nina Chanel Abney looking straight ahead at the camera, from chest up in a white shirt with a light tan vest and brown hat against a brown background.

Nina Chanel Abney

Brooklyn-based contemporary artist, Nina Chanel Abney, is best known for her bold, distinctive capture of frenetic pace of contemporary culture, representation and politics.

Humberto Leon looking straight ahead at the camera with his arms crossed over his chest, from chest up in a black leather jacket over a black v-neck and white t-shirt with a green circular pendant on a red cord around his neck against a hunter green background.

Humberto Leon

From retail, to fashion design and now, restaurant experiences, Humberto Leon has solidified himself as a pioneer of creativity in new mediums.

Christopher Raeburn looking to the viewer's right, from the chest up in a black jacket over a white t-shirt with a black hat against an orange-red background.

Christopher Raeburn

Christopher Raeburn is a British fashion designer, best known for his innovative and responsible reworking of surplus fabrics and garments to create menswear, womenswear and accessories

A standing person in profile looking downward to their right against a red background, wearing a shoulder bag and with a gray coat draped over it and black pants and a gray sweater.
Christopher Raeburn
Christopher Raeburn

“It was important for the collection to be mono fiber and made from natural materials wherever possible. Importantly, the capsule is designed for disassembly to allow for recycling at the end of the product’s life cycle.”

A standing person in 3/4 profile looking downward to their right against a green background, wearing a black coat and black pants.
Humberto Leon
Humberto Leon

“As I was designing the capsule I was always thinking: How can I create something that has the same long-lasting effect as Timberland products? Will what I'm making now stand the test of time for the next 50 years or more?”

A standing person with their right hand on their head, photographed from the waist up from behind, wearing a white cardigan with a knit design of an orange sun, a brown shape containing three eye-like shapes and several black shapes above a black X between green pine tree shapes, above the word TIMBERLAND in black. The word HIKE is knitted into the arms.
Nina Chanel Abney
Nina Chanel Abney

“This idea of ‘stylish urbanites taking on hiking’ was a great springboard for my collection.”

A person standing in profile, facing the camera, centered against a gray background wearing a black vest over a blue sweatshirt, black pants, and black boots.
Samuel Ross
Samuel Ross

“My personal history with Timberland informed how I wanted to communicate through my Future73 capsule in terms of fabric, silhouette, material, and proportion.”

A person looking to their right standing against a blue background from knees up wearing a knit t-shirt fading from solid orange on the right arm to solid white on the left arm, over a blue knit skirt and shirt.
Suzanne Oude Hengel
Suzanne Oude Hengel

“My main thought throughout the whole process was ‘keep it recognizably Timberland but do something completely unexpected.’”

A person standing centered against a blue background from knees up wearing a blue-gray vest over a pink sweatshirt and gray and white pants.
Samuel Ross
Samuel Ross

“My personal history with Timberland informed how I wanted to communicate through my Future73 capsule in terms of fabric, silhouette, material, and proportion.”

A person in profile with hands in the pockets of a long tan coat with a high neck and embroidered pattern, from waist up slightly left of center against a tan background.
Edison Chen
Edison Chen

“Trying to figure out ways to create products more intellectually; from a perspective of loving the Earth.”