Congratulations on your new set of Timberland Tires from Omni United (S) Pte Ltd. As you know, Timberland Tires are designed and created with sustainability in mind. When the tread wears out the tire lives on, recycled into Timberland® shoes.
If you should ever have any questions, please contact our Customer Service team by calling us toll-free at 1-855-432-1386, or use our online contact form.
Please visit us at TimberlandTires.com again soon for the latest news, product releases, and updates.
Good news! Your new Timberland Tires purchase comes with an additional perk – a 10% discount on any and all purchases on Timberland.com or in Timberland stores for an entire year. To register and get more information, please visit www.timberlandtires.com/register.
Registering your tires is important because it allows us to share news, promotions and reminders with you. We urge you to register your tires promptly after purchase. It only takes a few minutes.
Please visit www.timberlandtires.com/register to register your tires.
You’ll need your tire DOT identification number, date of purchase, and the name and address of the dealer where the tires were purchased. The DOT ID number is found on the sidewall of your tire, begins with the letters DOT and ends in four numbers.
Registration does not require you to opt-in to receive emails from Timberland.
When the tread wears out, we take special steps to ensure we recapture as many Timberland Tires as we can so that our tires can be recycled into Timberland® shoes. When the time comes, you simply need to replace your used Timberland Tires at an authorized Timberland Installer or Dealer. We’ll take it from there!
Our brand philosophy underlines the commitment to create tires with sustainability in mind, designed for a new generation of drivers.
DRIVE: Timberland Tires are manufactured in the USA, using both domestic and imported materials, with processes that meet Omni United (S) Pte Ltd’s exacting quality standards. Timberland Tires provide performance, traction, comfort and handling that drivers expect from a premium tire, including a 65,000-mile treadwear warranty.
RECYCLE: Once their journey on the road is complete, Timberland Tires will be responsibly recycled into the soles of Timberland® footwear.
WEAR: Timberland strives to use as much recycled, renewable and organic material as possible in its footwear, apparel and accessories. Timberland Tires is a new effort to let you enjoy products featuring sustainable materials. To take this experience further, you will receive a 10% discount* on all Timberland shoes, apparel and accessories for a year when you purchase and register your Timberland Tires here and opt-in to receive emails from Timberland.com
*Restrictions may apply.
Aspect Ratio: An expression representing the height of the sidewall of a tire in terms of a percentage of tire's width.
Blocks: The individual, raised rubber-compound segments making up the tread of a tire.
Compound: The general term referring to the chemical formula for the tread material.
Grooves: Circumferential channels between the tread ribs of a tire.
REACH Compliant: REACH is a European Union Regulation on chemicals and their safe use. It deals with the Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemical substances.
Ribs: Parts of a tire tread pattern created by grooves that run circumferentially around the tire.
Section Width: Distance between the inner and outer sidewalls at their widest point of an inflated tire not under load.
Speed Rating: The speed rating of a tire is based on U.S. Government standards for reaching and sustaining a specified speed. Typically, a tire with a higher speed rating results in better handling. Speed ratings are determined via laboratory tests that simulate road performance at various speeds. Tires are assigned a single letter (such as H or V) to designate speed rating.
Shoulder Blocks: Raised rubber-compound segments on the part of the tire tread nearest the sidewall.
Sidewall: The part of the tire between the tread and the bead.
Size: An expression that defines a particular tire in terms of its width, height, rim diameter, aspect ratio and construction type. 205/65R-15 expresses tire size using the metric system.
Tread Blocks: Raised rubber-compound segments on the outside visible part of a tire.
Tread: The part of the tire that comes into contact with the road. The tread type is distinguished by the design of its ribs and grooves.
Tread Width:The width of a tire's tread.
Tread Depth: The distance measured in the major tread groove nearest the centerline of the tire from the base of the groove to the top of the tread. According to law, most states legally consider a tire to be worn out when it reaches a tread depth of 2/32".
UTQG: Uniform Tire Quality Grading. A government-mandated tire rating system based on a tire's performance in treadwear durability, traction and temperature resistance. UTQG ratings are branded on a tire's sidewall.
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