Taking Care of Your Suade Timberland Shoes
Posted on 27 April 2017
Ah Timberland boots, not made out of timber, but perfect for land. When Nathan Swartz founded the infamous Timberland company we’ve all come to know and love in 1918, it took the world by storm. And 99 years later, it is still taking the world by storm.
Almost everyone is caught wearing Timberlands now. Toddlers walking down the street with their parents who are also sporting a pair of Timberlands. Not to mention the charming builders who continue to wear them while they’re busy at work.
What a lot of people don’t know about Timberlands is that they have been so popular throughout those 99 years. A million pairs of Timberlands were sold by 1985. And let’s not forget when celebrities started sporting them. Timberland shoes became ten thousand times more popular once we saw them either walking down Hollywood Boulevard or in a music video. Also, Timberlands were more popular than Jordans in the early 1990s.
Look out Michael Jordan, Timberland is here to stay.
There are so many celebrities these days sporting Timberlands. Celebrities such as: Julianne Moore, Pharrell Williams, Bella Thorne, Drake, Elle Fanning, Nick Cannon, Mark Wahlberg, Kris Jenner, Jennifer Lopez, Gwen Stefani, Rihanna, Gigi Hadid, Cara Delevigne, Dakota Johnson, the always-smiling Kanye West, Jake Gyllenhaal, Lily Donaldson, the whole group of Fifth Harmony. That’s just to name a few.
And because of Timberland’s popularity, you’d hate to do anything that would cause them to deteriorate, especially if you’ve just bough a new pair of Timberland boots online. But since we’re not perfect and humans as an average are clumsy lumps of muscle we spill things, we trip over flat surfaces and we make messes. So cleaning shoes shouldn’t have to be a complex issue, right?
How to Clean Timberland Shoes
There are many ways to clean Timberlands. And one of those ways is a complete one-word life saver. Crep. Crep products are sold at a little store called Player. Located in Mt Maunganui and Botany Town Centre, you can either purchase their cleaning products online or in store.
Player sells different packages containing Crep products, such as:
- Crep Pack 1: including buffer, cloth, shoe cleaner, resistance spray for $75
- Crep Pack 2: including buffer, cleaning wipes, shoe cleaner, resistance spray, cloth for $105
- Crep Pills: including 2 pills. Twist the capsule open and place it inside your shoe to get rid of that nasty smell that we all know far too well. This is for $30
- Crep Cure: including buffer, cloth, shoe cleaner for $45
- Crep Wipes: including 12 protector wipes $35
- Crep Protector: including protector spray for $40
Does Player Sell Timberland Boots?
They sure do. The Timberlands Player sells are:
- 6” Premium WMN’s
- 6” Premium
- Groveton Chukka
- Adventure 2.0
These Timberlands come in colours: classic original yellow, cream, chocolate brown, black, grey and a chic red.
The price range for the in-store and online Timberland boots for sale range from $250 to $350.
And if you’re wondering what is so fantastic about Player, their company philosophy will help you out. Their philosophy is: “customer service is our number one priority.”
Because Player is 100% focused on their customers and because of their high quality products you can be sure you’re getting exactly what you pay for.
Other products that Player sells are of course clothes that would perfectly match Timberlands. Clothes for men and women and you could purchase a cap too to ad to the ensemble. You could look like a celebrity too with clothes from Player. Just get your friends to pretend they’re the papparazzi for the day.
Worrying about where to get Timberlands or how to clean them should not be worth stressing about. Head down to Player and they’ll take all your worries away. Timberlands are made water proof and you feel free to jump in puddles all day long.
And because Timberlands were once tested in a toilet in the early 1970s, you can be sure your worries will flush away if you go and check out Player today. Check them out on their website, playernz.co.nz if you prefer shopping from home or if you enjoy crowds, go into any of their two locations.