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You might recognize New York City-based graffiti artist Renee Snelson by her street tag name, XORS, and her footwear-centric murals seen all over NYC. For years now, XORS has been tagging and covering walls in colorful larger-than-life images that combine her two greatest loves: shoes and street art. But whether she's sketching in the studio or painting a mural around town, one thing's for sure — you'll always find XORS in her favorite Timberland boots and the coolest clothes to match (like the Mount Cabot Coat, which acts as a 3-in-1 featuring an outer raincoat and a fleece liner—and plenty of pockets for stashing tools—and the Glancy 6-inch boots, which are winter essentials when tagging outdoors).

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This season, she's partnered with Timberland on a series of creative projects and billboard installations inspired by the brand's iconic work boot and fashion-forward fall footwear collection. You'll spot her in her trademark feminine-meets-tomboy style—think chunky boots and plenty of statement outerwear. Case in point, a must-have leather jacket, like the Belknap and some sturdy footwear (she rocks the Kenniston 6-inch boots).

Shop more of XORS' favorites on Timberland.com.

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