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New “Delirium” Video From Timberland

Submitted by on October 6, 2009 – 5:08 pmOne Comment
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Timberland Delirium Earthkeepers

There’s nothing better than launching a new advertising campaign with your newest green shoes, that have been made from recycled materials. While many might scoff at the idea of recycled sneakers from Timberland, there’s plenty of reusable material left on most discarded shoes, specifically the rubber.

I’m a videographer so I’m in love with creative videos like this. It’s an advert that mixes an easygoing story with great effects and cinematography, not to mention the shoes glimpsed throughout the video:

What’s good is that we have an awesome selection of classic and contemporary temporary styles here at DrJays.com. If you’re on the East coast and even in the Midwest, these pairs of Timberland are a necessity:

WHEAT NUBUCK 6" BASIC BOOT

Wheat Nubuck 6″ Basic Boot by Timberland

PREMIUM SCUFF PROOF AND VENTECH 6"

Premium Scuff Proof & Ventech 6″by Timberland

If you’re representing the West Coast where it rarely rains, let alone snows, you should have these in your repertoire:

COSTA DORADA 2 EYE OX

Costa Dorada 2 Eye Ox by Timberland

COSTA DORADA STRAP ON OX

Costa Dorada Strap On Ox by Timberland

You can definitely find more where this came from in our men’s, and women’s and boy’s Timberland sections on DrJays.com. Classic Timberlands will never go out of style, neither will new takes on the classic boating shoe. Both shoes can be dressed up or down depending on what type of look you’re trying to accomplish.

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