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Timberland Unleashes the FlyRoam Leather Sneaker-Boot, and it’s Constructed with Recycled Materials

According to Timberland, its latest FlyRoam Leather Boot has the “heart of a boot” and “the soul of a sneaker.”

It’s much more a boot than a sneaker, but the limited release of the Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot has brought us two builds that flaunt some serious full-grain leather in Sundance Brownand Black Mincio.

The Timberland FlyRoam is a modern boot, and that is shown in its construction; its linings are made from 50% PET (polyethylene therephthalate, recycled plastic bottles), its laces are made from 100% PET, and its outsoles are made with up to 34% recycled rubber.

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 5

What gives the FlyRoam boot the “soul of a sneaker” is its tooling. It sits atop the Aerocore energy system, an athletic-inspired outsole design that features lightweight polyurethane foam for high-rebound cushioning. Additional step-in comfort is supplied by OrthoLite insoles that are antimicrobial and supportive.

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 2

The Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot is available in two builds for $150 each at Timberland.com and PackerShoes.com. Remember that both colorways are limited releases.

If you’ve tried this sneaker-boot, share your experience in the comments below.

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 4

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 3

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 6

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 9

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 8

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 7

Timberland FlyRoam Leather Boot 1


Images via Packer Shoes / Timberland

  1. Not sure what Timberland is trying to capture here with this hybrid, but if anything, I hope they are more comfortable than their other boot offerings, which as we all know, aren’t very comfortable.

  2. I have no clue about the name of the model but Reebok did sneakerboots in the mid to late ninetees which were actually comfortable like a sneaker and warm and waterproof. Best shoes to put on when walking the dog in winter.
    Since then i have bought some of the “boots” Nike puts out every now and then with some Air Soles but all they were is waterproof. They were neither really comfortable nor were they warm.
    This Timberland Flyroam looks like it could potentially be a worthy candidate for the next time a dog comes into ones life. I like what i see in the pics. I don’t like the videoclip as it has zero information in it.

    1. The Nike Lupinek Flyknit was a dub because water seeped in through the lace loops — not at all a good look and something that really pissed me off. I would love to try these Timberland joints.

      1. Sadly those Timberlands seem to be only available in the US so far. Europe has to wait a little bit longer on this one but i will definately check them out when they are available here.

        My last boot from Nike is a little bit older than the Lupinek it’s the Air Max Conquer ACG. In short: waterproof yes, warm no, rugged yes, durable yes, comfortable hell no.
        I didn’t bother to buy the Lupinek cause after holding them in my hands instore it was clear that even they were more comfortable i would freeze my feet to death in them because climate warmth aside we do have real winter where i’m from. Funny that the info from Nike on both of them shoes reads: for cold weather. When half of the bad ventilated basketball shoes are more warm than their boots it is maybe time to give another designer a chance. Cold weather really isn’t the one rainy day in California. ?

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