It's the main part of the shoe so make sure it looks as good as can be. The upper of our Timberland shoes is often the first thing people notice - so we offer it in a range of colours, whether you want bright greens and pinks or timeless brown.
Why stop there? The tongue is key when it comes to accenting your boot so choose your colour wisely. Try contrasting the tongue with your laces to make a bold impression or bring the whole design together and choose a complementary shade to fit with the upper or side panel design.
Just because it's on the back of the shoe, doesn't mean the heel isn't important. Get noticed by adding contrast heels to your shoes and making sure everyone knows they're yours with monogram lettering.
Not only can you change the colour of your shoe's side panels, but you can pick between leather and nubuck to play with its texture as well.
Collars just got colourful. Highlight your boot with a key accent – whether it's dark moody tones or a bright pop of red. Our padded leather collar keeps you standing tall all day long.
Also known as the metal elements on our shoes. Our rust-proof hardware is an iconic element of our footwear, and you can choose between glistening brass, warm gold-tones and sleek polished black nickel.
Even the smallest detail makes an impact. Add to the look with contrast stitching – you'll be surprised at how much of an impact it makes, whether you play it classic with gold wheat tones, bring some colour to the mix or opt for bold black or white.
This is the upper part of the sole, and you can even mix up the colour here, too to create a solid look or an eclectic two-tone design. Step forward into a new era for customisation.
You'll be able to choose from a range of colours on the sole and, depending on the style, even create two-tone designs. Sturdy and hardwearing, make our durable soles the perfect basis for your dream shoe.
Our classic boot laces are made from 100% recycled nylon – stylish and kind to the environment. And, of course, you can change the colour, staying strong with one colour or mixing it up with a two-tone design.
Once you've finished working on your masterpiece, sign it off with a monogram. You can embroider your details across the tongue, the heel and even the hangtag, adding up to three characters and choosing from three different fonts. Change the colour of your monogram to make it stand out.