5 days, 6 Countries, 7 cities.

The capsule collection is based on the idea of Cooperation Across Borders, a concept that pays tribute to those who seek new experiences outside of their boundaries.

To commend the collaboration between Timberland and Wood Wood, you go on an adventurous journey across eastern Europe as captured by photographer Sarah Stenfeldt. Over five days, you travel with us through six countries and seven cities, getting an insight into the beauty of travelling.

Collaboration is all about working together, and it is about seizing the opportunity of cultural cooperation. One can say collaboration is about paying tribute and exploiting differences. We all come from different backgrounds with varied starting points. However, what's important is the will to meet, share and create.
There is an aspect of unknowingness when going on a journey. Within the word 'journey' lies a bigger perspective of exploration. Walking the pavement, the path from Budapest to Bratislava took place in between massive blocks and sea sights. In light attire and a light mood, the initial travel set off with ease.
Following the railroads from Bratislava to Wien, the misty weather requested layering for comfort in the surroundings of solidity, adding another layer of experience.
Commuting in sturdy boots among artistry and a present past, the road from Wien to Brno saw sculptural pieces and an infrastructure, enhancing the free movement.
From Brno to Praha and then to Dresden: travelling happens so sudden, and surroundings melt together. With the use of visual documentation, the distinction of the different places becomes more defined. The collection saw versatility in use, going from short sleeves to hooded heads.
Seeing new sights feeds the future, and experiencing differences enhances the perspective, from which we live life. The journey came to an end when leaving Dresden for Copenhagen. However, experiences never disappear. With experience comes opportunities, and through this circularity, creativity appears.
Travellers: Anton Funck, Frits Carøe, Hannes Norrvide, Sarah Stenfeldt (photography), Annika Zobel Agerled (styling), Marcus Ricketts Lind (video), Brian SS Jensen (creative direction).

5 days,
6 Countries,
7 cities.

The capsule collection is based on the idea of Cooperation Across Borders, a concept that pays tribute to those who seek new experiences outside of their boundaries.

To commend the collaboration between Timberland and Wood Wood, you go on an adventurous journey across eastern Europe as captured by photographer Sarah Stenfeldt. Over five days, you travel with us through six countries and seven cities, getting an insight into the beauty of travelling.

Collaboration is all about working together, and it is about seizing the opportunity of cultural cooperation. One can say collaboration is about paying tribute and exploiting differences. We all come from different backgrounds with varied starting points. However, what's important is the will to meet, share and create.
There is an aspect of unknowingness when going on a journey. Within the word 'journey' lies a bigger perspective of exploration. Walking the pavement, the path from Budapest to Bratislava took place in between massive blocks and sea sights. In light attire and a light mood, the initial travel set off with ease.
Following the railroads from Bratislava to Wien, the misty weather requested layering for comfort in the surroundings of solidity, adding another layer of experience.
Commuting in sturdy boots among artistry and a present past, the road from Wien to Brno saw sculptural pieces and an infrastructure, enhancing the free movement.
From Brno to Praha and then to Dresden: travelling happens so sudden, and surroundings melt together. With the use of visual documentation, the distinction of the different places becomes more defined. The collection saw versatility in use, going from short sleeves to hooded heads.
Seeing new sights feeds the future, and experiencing differences enhances the perspective, from which we live life. The journey came to an end when leaving Dresden for Copenhagen. However, experiences never disappear. With experience comes opportunities, and through this circularity, creativity appears.
Travellers: Anton Funck, Frits Carøe, Hannes Norrvide, Sarah Stenfeldt (photography), Annika Zobel Agerled (styling), Marcus Ricketts Lind (video), Brian SS Jensen (creative direction).