Timberland Reveals Further Plans for Environmentally Friendly Design

Timberland Reveals Further Plans for Environmentally Friendly Design

timberland-fall-winter-2014-footwear-and-outerwear-collection-01-960x640Outdoor fashion brand Timberland has unveiled its sustainability report for 2020, taking inspiration from their Earthkeepers collection, which uses recycled materials. As one of the leaders in sustainability, the streetwear label has plans over the next five years, to go even greener. Some of their goals include;

  • All Timberland footwear to include at least one component that is recycled, organic, or made from renewable materials.
  • All cotton used in garments will be sourced from the U.S, grown organically, or sourced from the Better Cotton Initiative.
  • All leather will be sourced from certified tanneries, certified as Gold or Silver, by the Leather Working Group.
  • No PVC will be used in Timerland footwear.

timberland-feature-image“…Any product that has a tree [Timberland logo] on it; it should stand for environmentally preferred materials when you pick up a Timberland product.”

You can read about Timberland’s sustainability goals on their new corporate responsibility website.

 

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