Purchased by V.F. Corporation in 2011.
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October 2013 Summary:
Best known for making men's, women's, and kids' footwear, Timberland manufactures
hiking boots, boat shoes, sandals, and dress and outdoor casual footwear.
The company also makes apparel (outerwear, shirts, pants, socks) and accessories,
such as sunglasses, watches, and belts. Its brands include SmartWool, howies,
IPATH, and Timberland. Timberland sells its products through about 230 company-owned
stores and through department and athletic shops in Asia, Canada, Europe,
Latin America, the Middle East, and the US. In 2011 apparel
maker V.F. Corporationpurchased the company for more than $2 billion.
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