Timberland Fun for Boat Shoes Fans in Dublin


Timberland are holding a very special event this Friday 20th May 2016 in their South Anne Street store, Dublin, and it is guaranteed to be a great fun day out!

Come along between 2 and 7pm on Friday and get your boat shoes customized! And that’s not all… all boat shoes are reduced and will be just €100 on the day (normally €130), so you can make huge savings on your favourite shoes. This offer is exclusive to the South Anne Street Timberland Store and to our ezine members only so don’t miss out.

There will be a DJ on the day, with live music, super discounts and lots of fun and frolics guaranteed. Whoever buys a new pair of Timberland boat shoes will also receive an extra pair of coloured laces, in a special box with the proper needle to change them with. Also you will be able to customise your boat shoes with strawberries, stars, hearts and much more!

(Please note boat shoes can only be customized in the South Anne Street store on 20th May 2-7pm).

Timberland recently held a very special event in the Timberland Store on South Anne Street Store in Dublin. Timberland fans of all ages showed up to have their boat shoes customised and soak up the party atmosphere.

  • Anybody that purchased a new pair of boat shoes on the day received an extra pair of funky coloured laces, in a special box with the proper needle to change them with.
  • Boat shoes were customised in store with strawberry patches, stars, hearts and much more by an expert seamstress!

Lorna Weightman from TV3’s Xposé popped in to join in the fun. Lorna is one of Ireland’s leading fashion commentators and presenters who works between Dublin and London. Lorna currently works as a stylist and commentator with Xposé on TV3, where she appears nightly showcasing the latest in fashion trends and news. Lorna has a large following on her fashion blog, www.styleisle.ie

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