Are Timbs a regional thing or a racial thing? I ask the question because Timbs have become a staple in the African American and Hispanic culture. Everyone knows that any man, woman and baby has at least one pair of Timbs in New York. That analysis makes the answer regional. However, the same can be assumed of those in D.C. Whatever the real answer is one can’t deny the effect that the boots have on culture. You can even widen the scope. It’s no secret African American culture paves the way thus making Timbs culturally relevant to the fashionable and trendy.
90’s culture saw the rise of Timbs as a fashion statement and the 90’s rewind of the recent 2010’s has recovered its visibility. Timbs relevancy in our daily life has even gone so far as to project the status of the wearer. Like who doesn’t want a family picture with hubby and the baby and everybody’s wearing Timbs? Pictures like that exude prosperity and happiness. Ok, that might be a stretch but you get the point.