Timberland recently gave its iconic 6-Inch a dressy makeover, with the Brogue Boot.
Usually, decorative perforations called “brogues” are applied on dress shoes. But, did you know they originated in the early 1900s in Ireland on outdoor boots to let water to drain when crossing wet terrain? With that said, Timberland brought the brogue back to its origins with this limited edition release of the Premium 6-Inch Boot.
The Brogue boot is made with premium Quartz leather, which is tanned without any chemicals, using only plant dyes and oils. Then, Timberland applied brogue details for a unique new look to their iconic boot.
The Timberland 6-Inch Brogue Boot dropped at select retailers in Chocolate Truffle Waterbuck and Black colorways, each with brown and white soles. However, the colorway you see above (Chocolate Truffle with black soles) is exclusive to Footaction.