For decades, the Original Timberland boot has proven to be a timeless staple of style and culture; built to embrace and empower communities from construction to creativity, from Hip-Hop to homebuilding, from fashion to fine art. In celebration of its 50th anniversary, Timberland is telling the story of the original boot through the lens and voices of the communities that made it an icon across the world. Visually led by a diverse team of artists - director Tom Gould, Zoë Simone-Yi, and Lelani Foster - the documentary recounts stories of the boot’s humble beginnings as a construction work boot to its bold adoption across the Hip-Hop community and global movements such as the Milan Paninari. It is what could be called a love letter to the boot’s rich history, featuring interviews from Jeff Staple, Bircide, Angie Martinez, Thirstin Howl III, and many other changemakers and cultural icons.