Timberland and The North Face know what's good.
Two of the top 'urban' wear brands — Timberland and The North Face — have aligned to render trendy safeguards against nature's conditions. The labels are releasing a limited-edition joint collection, supplying special-functioned Nuptse Puffer Jackets and Nuptse boots.
For their impending collaboration, the two lines compounded their vintage pieces to produce the 6 Inch Nuptse 700 Boot. The ankle portion boasts black shell fabric as it is utilized on the TNF jacket, whilst the underside part from the sole, up to the quarter, applies the construction of a classic pair of Timberlands. The sturdy sole unit and hiking laces offer the proved 6-inch boot potency on this pair, which certainly stands out with its eye-popping material blend. The infamous Timberland tree emblem can be seen on the quarters, and the tongue strikingly features the acclaimed North Face logo.
Exhibiting an updated fit with stylish quilt lines, the amended Nuptse jacket furnishes exalted, puffed warmth with abyssal foils that are stuffed with 700-fill goose down to seize warmth where it really counts. The jacket and boots will be accessible on December 15th on Timberland’s official website and at participating retailers.
John Seymour, who's the mastermind behind Nas' Sweet Chick models the looks bringing all the pieces together effortlessly. Check them out below.