Timberland Factory Outlet
Our story began in 1918, in a small Boston, Massachusetts shoe company where Timberland founder, Nathan Swartz, began his bootmaking career as an apprentice stitcher. With his own hands, he cut leather, stitched seams, attached soles and learned how to craft fine leather boots.
In 1952, he bought half an interest in The Abington Shoe Company. Three years later, he bought the remaining interest and welcomed his sons into the company. Together, they made shoes for leading manufacturers for nearly 10 years. In the '60s, waterproof leather boots as we know them didn't really exist. The Swartz family helped change all that by introducing injection-molding technology to the footwear industry. This technology fused soles to leather uppers without stitching, producing one of the first truly waterproof boots.
In 1973, the Timberland name was born. "Timberland" started as the brand name for our original waterproof leather boot. Then, because the boot was so popular, the company name was officially changed to The Timberland Company. In 1978 and 1979, Timberland added casual and boat shoes to its line to become more than just a boot company. In the 1980s, the company expanded into an international lifestyle brand. Sidney Swartz took the reigns and under his leadership Timberland was launched in Italy, our first entry into the international market (today we're represented all over the world). Then we introduced Timberland clothing and women's footwear. In 1989, Timberland became a founding sponsor of City Year, the Boston-based "urban Peace Corps" that brings together young people from diverse backgrounds for a year of full-time community service. Today our relationship with City Year is more powerful than ever.
This series of Factory Outlets including the Timberland Factory Outlet are presented by Alessandro Sorbello, freelance travel writer, editor and producer. During the '90s, bold ideas like the Path of Service program began. It gives Timberland employees 40 hours of paid time-off to serve in their communities. We also came up with more great products and introduced them to the world - watches, socks, backpacks, kids' footwear and other gear. In 1998, we launched the Timberland PRO series of "Workboots for the Professional." And, Jeffrey Swartz, stepped up to grow the company his grandfather started and the brand his father built, by turning Timberland into a twenty-first century example for socially responsible corporations around the world.
This is the Only Timberland Factory Outlet In Italy, they have new stock arriving every 20 days and the products are discounted by up to 50% off retail prices.
Address Timberland Factory Outlet
Via dei Castelli Romani, 15/A Centro ARCOM, Pomezia (Roma) Tel: +39 06 91692237 - Opening Hours - 9am to 1pm and 4pm to 8pm, Closed Sundays and Thursday afternoons
The Dolce and Gabbana Factory Outlet is loacted in Santa Maddalena 49, Plan dell Isola, Incisa in Val d'Arno, Tuscany, Italy, Telephone No: +39 055 83311 City: Florence, where else but wonderful Italy
The Dolce and Gabbana outlet is housed in a beautiful white building that stands on its own, but even so, it can be hard to spot. The store was peaceful and quiet when we visited certainly a welcome contrast to the Mall. Looking for accommodation in Tuscany
How to find it - It's around a 30 minute drive out of Florence on the A1. Exit at Valdarno and then continue on the SS69. Before you get to the Mall you will see signs for Fendi where you can fork off to the left. Turn left at the fork and follow signs for the Fendi outlet until you reach the fork in the road, where you will then see Dolce and Gabbana on the corner. It is very badly signposted so keep your eyes peeled for a stately white building that has a fence around it. Other Factory Outlets in the Area. The Designers of Madonna, Monica Bellucci, Isabella Rossellini, Kylie Minogue and Angelina Jolie, amongst others who are also known to wear Prada and Gucci
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