Billionaire Boys Club‘s Bee Line and Timberland have been working together since 2012, but, in their nearly decade-long relationship they’ve never crafted a hiking collection — until now. Departing from the 6-Inch Boot, their standard synergetic centerpiece, the two partners have presented a full capsule of hiking-inspired gear, centered around low and high-top takes on the Garrison Trail hiking shoe while also boasting a full set of apparel.
As fans have come to expect from Bee Line, both footwear options are vibrantly colored. The low-top Garrison Trail uses fuchsia, navy and green while the high-top iteration calls upon a more earthy mixture of green and lavender. Each also works in a healthy dose of honey-inspired yellow tones, nodding to a signature hue shared by both brands. Low and high-cuts alike also mix Timberland’s proprietary ReBOTL fabric that’s made of plastic bottles plus regenerative Better Leather. Hi-vis reflective accents increase visibility, TimberGrip outsoles promise all-terrain traction and the High is lined with GORE-TEX for enhanced weather resistance.
Apparel continues the colorful ethos espoused on the shoes, with purples, yellows, blues, greens and more spread across hoodies, crewnecks, short-sleeve tees and a hat. The standout piece of apparel, however, is the hoodie, made of 100% organic cotton and boasting a co-branded Bee Line/Timberland hit above a “Boots Shoes Clothes Gear” text motif.
The Billionaire Boys Club Bee Line and Timberland hiking capsule will release via Billionaire Boys Club’s webstore and flagship locations on February 26, then hit the Timberland webstore and select retailers on March 5. Shoes are priced at $185 USD (High) and $130 USD (Low), while apparel ranges from $75-$158 USD.
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