Monday, February 28, 2011

Timberland Earthkeepers

I've always been into footwear my entire life and do consider them a big part of an outfit. You can have the nicest jeans or the nicest coat, but if the shoes aren't right, then the whole outfit isn't right. One can argue that shoes are the biggest aspect when putting an outfit together.

I had stacks of sneakers a few years ago, but sold all of them in exchange for more quality shoes. I figured that I'm better off investing my money in footwear that will last me in the long run. With the footwear collection I have now, I can wear one specific pair with multiple outfits and feel great doing so. I would advice people to purchase a pair of brown boots because they will honestly last you longer than you think. Owning numerous pairs of sneakers isn't wrong since it's such a great culture in itself and will always consider myself a part of it.

I recently bought these Timberland Earthkeepers. They were being sold at a GREAT price so I couldn't pass them up. I bought these along with pair of Timberland Abington Guide boots in black that I also bought at a great price and will feature them on my blog soon. You just can't go wrong with a pair of boots made by Timberland. Check out the photos my buddy KSole snapped of the Earthkeepers when I broke them out.


  • GAP Straight Fit Selvage Denim
  • Vinage Polo Shoulder Bag
  • Timberland Earthkeepers 2.0 Moc Toe Boots
Not only do the boots look and fit great, it has such an amazing story behind it. The Earthkeepers line uses recyclable materials found all around the world to make their boots. The soles are made out of recyclable rubber. The laces and the lining are made out of recyclable plastic bottles, resulting in a bottle and a half for one boot. It may seem like a small number, but it all adds up.

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  1. Love this ensemble, especially the bag (I'm slowly becoming addicted to them)

    Haven't yet figured out how to follow you but when I do I will!

    Much love from the U.K

  2. ^ You can follow The Common Grounds on their twitter

    Good post!