We Love Our Tretorn Boots!

Boot-modeling at the Tenth Avenue Square.

To help our us get through the long, cold, and sometimes wet hours on the High Line this winter, the lovely folks at Swedish company Tretorn have donated several pairs of their warm and rugged rubber boots to our Maintenance & Operations and Administrative staff. According to their web site, “Tretorn celebrates a lifestyle largely lived outside.” Whether we’re shoveling snow, leading tours, or simply walking the High Line for some fresh air at lunchtime, we couldn’t agree more!

Warm boots for a dirty job on a cold day.

High Line Staff modeling their Tretorn boots from the 10th Avenue Square windows.

It's kind of hard to see the boots here, but believe us, our toes are toasty!


2 Responses

  1. Every time I take friends or visitors they ask me about the history of the rail road line and about the plant life. May I suggest that somewhere, perhaps at the entrances, there could me a short history and a list of the plants used in this unique park., or perhaps such information could be made available for purchase. This would be a way to raise money for the maintance of the park.

  2. I would be happy to receive comments regarding my suggestion made in a previous email.

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