Nathan Swartz began his shoe-making career in 1918, and by 1955 he had already bought the Abington Shoe Company. Later renamed Timberland, the brand developed a specialist technique for waterproofing called injection moulding technology. This technique meant that no stitching was required between the soles and leather upper, ensuring the brand soon became a coveted for its innovative design. Expanding the label's coveted line of iconic boots, Timberland created a range of clothing that was perfect for everyday. From polo shirts, sweatshirts and T-shirts to workwear-inspired checked shirts and jeans, the Timberland clothing collection is an effortless way to refresh your casual wardrobe.