Timberland Boots began in 1952 when Nathan Swartz bought half an interest in the Abington Shoe Company of Abington, Massachusetts, USA. He bough the remaining interest in the company in 1955. The “Timberland” brand name was developed in 1973 and the family changed the name of the company officially to The Timberland Company in 1978. It is headquartered in Stratham, New Hampshire, with offices in the United Kingdom and Singapore, and distribution centers in the United States, Canada, Europe, and Asia. Timberland Boots are made in the Dominican Republic, Singapore, and other Asian countries.
Styles of boots made: work boots and hiking boots, including some that are listed as being completely waterproof.
Value: Timberland boots present good value the price paid. The boots are constructed of good to moderate quality leather and materials. Timberland boots are made overseas. Boots are made by mechanical methods and are not hand-made.
Availability: Many licensed third-party vendors sell Timberland Boots. They are also available for order directly from the company.
Custom sizing: Not available.
How to order: Try on and purchase in brick-and-mortar stores or from on-line vendors.