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Timberland launches 'Repel Wet' series this Monsoon
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Jun '11
Don't let the rain ruin your fun. TIMBERLAND, the authentic outdoor footwear and apparel brand brings you the Repel Wet Series — multiple revolutionary technologies to keep you modishly dry without sacrificing style, even in the most unpredictable weather conditions.

Timberland, has incorporated the ion-mask technology alongside their Bionic canvas to launch the 'Repel Wet' series of footwear and apparel. Designed for the rains, the Repel Wet series synthesizes these revolutionary technologies with the products and offers you an extensive range, each endorsing Timberland's unparalleled approach to style, quality and durability.

Spring Benton
Waterproof but breathable with ergonomically shaped sleeves for freedom of movement, this 2-layer twill jacket with detachable hood is made to let you get more action in monsoon while looking stylish.

Broadview Barn Coat
Polished and practical, its rugged wash and streamlined detailing flatter a wide variety of body shapes effortlessly, making it an instant trendy classic. This piece is enveloped in a durable water-resistant finish so you stay cool and dry this season.

For all your outdoor weather-resistant needs, Timberland will equip you with an extensive line of products to really repel the wet for the outdoors. Take advantage of these great-looking and outdoor-proven gear. Be the first to take your outdoor adventures to the next level.

Repel Wet series is available at all Timberland stores across India (Courtyard, High Street Phoenix, Mumbai - Korum Mall, Thane - Ambience Mall, New Delhi - South City Mall, Kolkata - Express Avenue Mall, Chennai and MBD Neopolis, Ludhiana).

Reinvented from traditional canvas with Bionic yarn — a unique material with a recycled PET core and a double helix outer formation of organic cotton — with abrasion-resistance that”s twice as strong, this reinforced material dries 30% faster than usual. Despite its bionic strength, it maintains the soft look and comfortable feel of natural cotton.

For more dynamic performance, Ion-Mask Technology further fortifies the Bionic Canvas with a nanoscopic protective polymer layer that stops the water from getting in and spoiling the fun. The technology makes the fabric hydrophobic and stain-resistant while maintaining the natural breathability of the material.

Timberland

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