Hiking boot specialist Timberland and British retailer Offspring go way back with a relationship tracing back to the 90s era of Britpop.
Back then, most Timberland releases would end up saddled with nonsensical nicknames ("Beef and Broccoli," "Mac and Cheese," and "Strawberry Shortcake" to name but a few), and so, to mark its 20th anniversary, Offspring has once again sought out its old pal's name in the Rolodex, this time for a 6" premium boot named after the age-old Blighty tradition of tea and toast.
Featuring premium full-grain nubuck and leather, the boot has been finished in tones akin to the classic snack, while the Offspring landscape lining in blue is said to represent classic porcelain serving china.
The limited edition boots launch on November 11 and those who purchase will receive them in a bespoke 'Bread loaf' printed box.
Elsewhere, Kinetics and Timberland have teamed up for a 6-inch Double Collar Boot.