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Top: Low
Inspired from: Casual
Collection: Timberland Casual Shoes
Price: $121
Colorways: Black, Brown, Green
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The Timberland Antwerp Air Trainer only comes in women’s sizes in a medium fit in the cleat-like low-top profile fused together through Strobel construction. Round shoelaces in often contrasting colors come in surprise D-ring lacing highlights. Available sizes for women start from US size 4 to 12.

The Timberland Antwerp Air Trainer has a three-centimeter thick midsole and a one-centimeter thick outsole for that added boost in height that every woman deserves. The classic cleat look with a nubuck upper gives the Timberland women’s sneaker a bit of a rugged look but with a boost in height that leaves an imposing look. The sneakers are presented in earth-toned colorways that blend well with an assortment of clothing choices.

Wear the Timberland Antwerp Air Trainer confidently outdoors in casual clothing for the outdoors from khaki pants or earth-toned outdoor clothing for those picnic nights and some safari expedition. Express yourself through low-top footwear with these comfortable sneakers. Pair them with some natural hues of brown, beige, and grey colored tanks or shirts and style them with a sunhat for a glamorous outfit of the day suited for the outdoors. Wearing the Timberland Antwerp Air Trainer gives that sudden boost of confidence for a little exploration as it fits perfectly with every travel junkies’ wardrobe gearing up the footwear owner to another exciting adventure.

Aside from the premium suede leather from a Leather Working Group Silver-rated tannery used in the upper, the Timberland Antwerp Air Trainer has a removable Ortholite footbed that prevents fatigue and cushions the feet while supporting the dual-density lightweight EVA midsole and flex rubber outsole that is made by 34% flexible rubber that boosts flexibility. Also worth noticing is the 3-centimeter platform sole that adds height and aids for good underfoot feel.

Nathan Swartz, the founder of Timberland, began making shoes in 1928 as an apprentice stitcher in Boston, Massachusetts. But after toiling for several decades, Swartz finally decided to acquire The Abington Shoe Company in South Boston in the 1950s and eventually brought his sons to work in the company.

The Swartz family was instrumental to the growth of the footwear industry in the United States by bringing the state-of-the-art injection molding technology that paved the way for waterproof cleats by way of connecting the leather upper with the sole seamlessly without stitching.

In 1973, the brand Timberland was formally established after the release of the all-time classic waterproof cleats that Swartz thought it would be best to name their brand as The Timberland Company.

Through the years, the company has been known for its waterproof cleats while also selling other products such as apparel and bags. Continuing the shoemaking legacy of the American cleat manufacturer, Timberland also embraced the bandwagon of eco-friendly footwear since 2009.

The company based in Stratham, New Hampshire in the United States has been trailblazing in manufacturing footwear products using recycled, organic, and renewable with more than 233 million plastic bottles turned into footwear. In 2015, the company used more than one million pounds of recycled polyethylene or the equivalent of 47 million plastic water bottles to produce Timberland cleats.

Aside from the use of plastic bottles in recycling, a bulk of the rubber that is used in the outsoles of most Timberland shoes have also been recycled. The Timberland Antwerp Air Trainer, a women’s low-top sneaker released recently features 34 percent recycled rubber. The shoe interchanges premium materials in the suede leather upper with the recycled rubber at the three-centimeter stable platform that gives an added height to the sole.

  • One centimeter heel height at outsole and additional three-centimeter platform at midsole deliver a more stable structure and added height for an imposing look.
  • Removable anti-fatigue footbeds keep feet energized throughout the day.
  • The rubber sole made of 34 percent recycled leather has top traction with knife-cut flex grooves for a flexible sole.
  • The Timberland Antwerp Air Trainer features a signature Strobel construction while the upper takes pride in its superb contrast color detailing.
  • The smooth suede upper has round shoelaces in D-ring lacing highlights.

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