If you’re a true New Yorker, you know Timberland boots, commonly referred to as “Timbs”, are the staple go-to footwear in our city. From the classic Wheat colorway to the sleek all-black must-have, and every design and color in-between, Timbs are a sure way to add edge to your ensemble.
Last Thursday, August 30th, Timberland revealed their Premium 6-Inch “Ghost White” boot right in time for fall. The boots feature an all-white nubuck upper, waterbuck and brand-classic 6-inch boot sole, all coming together in a crisp white, and perfect for those all-white events. To commemorate the release, Timberland held a party at the Billionaire Boys Club flagship in SoHo, NY, where BBC and Timberland friends, family and fans celebrated. With an all-white colorway, the boot also became the perfect canvas for some of our favorite artists including, tattoo artist Kevin Laroy, visual artist Sue Tsai, graffiti artist Toofly, and illustrator and graphic designer David Park. Each artist customized a pair of the new Ghost White Timberland boot with their distinct designs, which were displayed throughout the event at the BBC store, and will be auctioned with proceeds going towards the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, TX. And, to top off the event with a sweet treat, a Timberland ice cream truck dispensed soft-serve ice cream for everyone on the block.
The new Timberland Premium 6-inch Ghost White boot is now available in adult and junior sizes at the BBC ICECREAM flagship in New York and on our site here.
We’d like to give a shout out and thank you to DJ Bobby Trends, Laura Stylez, Avion Tequila, and the amazing Timberland team and partners for this great event. Click the “read more” jump to see recap pics of the event.
Images via: @_kidwzrd_