Iconic footwear brand Timberland is once again taking its functional footwear from the great outdoors to the city streets with the Adventure 2.0 Cupsole range.

The hybrid sneaker combines the brand's 43-year heritage with contemporary footwear innovation to meet the demands of today's urbanite. An extra padded collar, tongue and anti-fatigue footbed put comfort at the core, cushioning and supporting much of the foot and ankle.

Timberland has always been a responsible brand and they continue to recognize environmental concerns; the eco-friendly construction features recycled PET laces, lining, and a rubber outsole. Premium nubuck leather in monochrome block colors and a metal lacing system bring hiking boot technicalities to the streets.

Technical outdoor footwear continues to infiltrate the streetwear scene, even trail sneakers are having a fashion moment. Everyday adventure and urban living demand our gear be as hardwearing and practical as that of a worldly nomad, and Timberland is using its years of experience to bridge the gap.

Check out our images above for a closer look and shop the Timberland Adventure 2.0 Cupsole Alpine Oxford via the link below.

Timberland also just announced a new collaboration with Supreme.

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