Timberland Uses Recycled Plastic Bottles in New Footwear Collection

Timberland Uses Recycled Plastic Bottles in New Footwear Collection

by Liz Gyekye
Timberland Brooklyn EK+ trainer. Picture courtesy of Timberland

Timberland Brooklyn EK+ trainer. Picture courtesy of Timberland

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Check out @Timberland's latest addition to its #sustainable footwear line-up - the Brooklyn EK+ trainer, comprised of materials made from recycled plastic bottles and recycled rubber. http://bit.ly/33nOTGT by Liz Gyekye for Bio Market Insights
Thursday, August 8, 2019 - 3:10pm

“Around the world, the use of plastic water bottles is on the rise, and many of these end up in our landfills and oceans.”

US outdoor lifestyle brand Timberland has launched a new footwear collection which uses materials made from recycled plastic bottles and recycled rubber.

The new collection is called Brooklyn EK+ and has been launched to support the company’s sustainability drive.

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