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Timberland’s SensorFlex Westmore Collection Is an Urban Explorer’s Dream

Dangling feet from colossal skyscrapers, lighting flares in abandoned factories, and leaving one wondering who, where and how? Urban explorers turn cities into playgrounds and must come prepared to face each locations unpredictability. Timberland’s new SensorFlex Westmore Collection handles such testing environments with a construction balancing interior comfort and exterior durability.
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