A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

Blizzards, snow storms and varied forms of typical winter weather have made their presence known throughout the rest of the country lately, causing all affected to collectively shake their fists in the air at the ferocity with which it has struck. Meanwhile, out here in Southern California, a crisp 60-something degrees has locals reaching for their nearest winter clothing, which for seasoned denizens, consists of just one layer and an appropriate accessory or two. In this latest editorial, we’re featuring a brand noted for its winter-ready offerings and veteran status in being ambassadors of cold weather gear – Timberland. However, with as prepared as the brand is in dealing with heavy winters, Timberland also has offerings that enable any individual to look fly for the cooler occasions without being too bundled up. Whether it be moderate to light jackets and coats, beanies, scarves, bags or their legendary boots, Timberland finessed a So Cal winter with relative ease.

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

A Guide to SoCal Winters with Timberland

 

Photos and styling by: Richard “Reach” Guinto

Select clothing and gear courtesy of Timberland

 

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Richard "Reach" Guinto

Reach loves the Lakers, breakfast, the sound of a Fender Rhodes, and rapping along word for word to Wu Tang's "Triumph." If you're looking for him, he's probably out getting chicken.

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