Jorts And Timbs? Suddenly We’re Back In ’90s New York

Few things say New York hip-hop culture more than a pair of Timberland’s 6-Inch boots. Initially designed as a sturdy piece of workwear, the classic yellow suede boot’s sturdy construction found fans far beyond the construction site — especially in NY. While the city’s rap scene blew up, the boots were on the feet of everyone from Tupac to Aaliyah, name-dropped in Biggie’s lyrics, found on Mobb Deep’s album covers, and if you fast forward to the early 2000s you’ll even find Cam’Ron decked out in an all-pink pair. Read more at Highsnobiety.