Dr. Martens 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot $200.00
Dr. Martens 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot - This fabulous 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot laces all the way to the knee with a time saving side zipper for easy access. - The 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot rocks a high top combat boot silhouette with 20-eyelet lace closure, full side zipper for easy on and off, soft leather uppers, and signature air-cushioned outsole for premium comfort. - This edgy style is built on the original Dr. Martens 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot, which comfort lasts with the air cushioned sole you have come to know and love. - It takes 20 eyes to contain the attitude of this legendary 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot, known for its welted construction, yellow stitching and semi-bright look. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your 1B60 Black Virginia 20-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class vehemence and attitude. Doing so enabled first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1B60 Bex Pisa Leather Knee High Boots 1B60 Bex Pisa Leather Knee High Boots
Dr. Martens 1B60 Bex Pisa Leather Knee High Boots $230.00
Dr. Martens 1B60 Bex Pisa Leather Knee High Boots - The 1B60 Bex Pisa is a tall, towering and tough leather boot - Pisa is a medium-weight milled nappa leather with a super-soft tumbled handle and richly pigmented waxy finish. - Boot is set on double-height Bex sole for even more height and attitude - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, the Bex Pisa leather boot is crafted from soft Pisa Nappa leather and finished with an inside zip for easy access as well as Doc's classic yellow welt stitching and heel loop Use the Wonder Balsam to keep the Bex Pisa Leather Knee High Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was then scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, when his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The boots were now branded ‘Airwair’ and came with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution.This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1B99/11820008 Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1B99 Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1B99 Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot $200.00
Dr. Martens 1B99 Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot - The Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot is a classic punk style knee high boot, designed with soft, fine-grained leather treated to feel smooth and supple. - Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot is made with classic Doc's DNA, including grooved edges, visible stitching and heel-loop. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. - The 1B99 Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot has tall eyelets for a tall attitude. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Black Virginia 14-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1914 Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1914 Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot $200.00
Dr. Martens Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot - Lace 'em up high: the classic Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot is pure dedication to uncompromising style. - This Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot is made with all the classic Doc's DNA, including Smooth, a lightly textured and highly durable leather with a soft sheen. - Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot is made with classic Doc's DNA, including grooved edges, yellow stitching and heel-loop. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant, with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Black Smooth 14-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, of new ideas, a cultural explosion and eventually a social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1940 Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot Dr. Martens 1940 Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot
Dr. Martens 1940 Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot $199.99
Dr. Martens Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot - These Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot have become icons, recognized worldwide for their uncompromising looks, durability and comfort. - These styles embody all that is true and unique to Dr. Martens Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot. - Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot features a firm leather with a fine print, giving a natural grain finish. - Classic Heel Loop Made with Goodyear welt, the Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot upper and sole are heat-sealed and sewn together - Dr. Martens Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot air-cushion sole, oil and fat-resistant, offers good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Black 14-Eye Steel Toe Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1490 Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1490 Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1490 Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot $180.00
Dr. Martens 1490 Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot - The original Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot with higher laces and more attitude; Classic punk silhouette with 10 eyes, grooved edges and yellow stitching - Dr. Martens famous “bouncing” AirWair soles on the Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot are comfortable, oil and fat resistant and provide good abrasion and slip resistance - Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot is built to pound the pavement; The leather upper and sole are heat-sealed together for exceptional durability - Made with classic leather that only gets better with time; Use Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam to protect the leather and keep your Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot clean, soft and supple - From utilitarian work boot to cultural icon, Dr. Martens Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot became a symbol of self-expression; Stand up, stand out and wear them well If you liked this 1490 Black Smooth 10-Eye Boot, check out the Gaucho Crazy Horse Boot ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens 1919 Black Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1919 Black Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1919 Black Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot from $189.99
Dr. Martens 1919 Black Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot - The 1919 Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot is 10-eye, fashion steel toe boot. - Inspired by our line of industrial products, this unisex Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot has all the hardcore Doc's attitude — without the extra specs and weight of a heavy work boot. - While the Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot is not a safety shoe, its fashionable steel toe makes for great looks! - Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot is made with classic Doc's DNA, including grooved edges, visible stitching and heel-loop. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Fine Haircell Steel Toe 10-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens Leather Harness Lace Up Boots Dr. Martens Leather Harness Lace Up Boots
Dr. Martens Leather Harness Lace Up Boots $179.99
Dr. Martens Leather Harness Lace Up Boots - Stomp some pavements with the harness inspired Cristofor boot. - Built on Dr. Marten's new 499 silhouette to give a sharper more refined look. - With extra straps and gunmetal hardware, an inner quarter zip give easy on/off access. - The Dr. Martens Leather Harness Lace Up Boots sole lets you go all day. Keep your Dr. Martens Leather Harness Lace Up Boot looking fresh with the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens Pascal Hardware Nappa Leather Boot Dr. Martens Pascal Hardware Nappa Leather Boot
Dr. Martens Pascal Hardware Nappa Leather Boot $179.99
Dr. Martens Pascal Hardware Nappa Leather Boot - Loud with heritage, the Dr. Marten Pascal Hardware Nappa Leather Boot is a celebration of a six-decades-strong design. - The Hardware 1460 takes Dr. Marten's classic 8-eye boot and kits it out with flat head studs, ankle buckle strap and ankle zip fastening. - Set on the classic DML sole secured with a yellow welt stitch and finished with a scripted heel loop. - Grab your flannel and blue jeans and head out in these sturdy combat Pascal Hardware Nappa Leather Boot. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Pascal Hardware Nappa Leather Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens Black Jadon Max Platform Boot Dr. Martens Black Jadon Max Platform Boot
Dr. Martens Black Jadon Max Platform Boot $220.00
Dr. Martens Black Jadon Max Platform Boot - Take your look to the next level this season with the bold new Black Jadon Max Platform Boot by Dr. Martens! - The highest Docs platform yet, these powerful Black Jadon Max Platform Boot feature glossy leather uppers with signature Goodyear® welt construction and air-cushioned sole for premium durability and comfort. - The Quad Max sole on the Black Jadon Max Platform Boot stands at a towering 2.2 inches: built to make wearers feel on top of the world. - A full-volume update of our smash-hit Jadon silhouette, these Black Jadon Max Platform Boot are kitted out with oversized eyelets and laces with metal aglets. - The uncompromising Black Jadon Max Platform Boot also have a medial zip for functionality, standout giraffe laces (and a spare set of black ones) and all our usual DNA. Use Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam to protect the Dr. Martens Black Jadon Max Platform Boot and keep your shoes clean, soft and supple ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens Vegan Jadon Max Crushed Velvet Platform Boot Dr. Martens Vegan Jadon Max Crushed Velvet Platform Boot
Dr. Martens Vegan Jadon Max Crushed Velvet Platform Boot $229.99
Dr. Martens Vegan Jadon Max Crushed Velvet Platform Boot - Take your look to the next level this season with the bold new Vegan Jadon Max Crushed Velvet Platform Boot by Dr. Martens! - This boot showcases the reworked towering Jadon Max boot using vegan-friendly black Crushed Velvet featuring the signature Goodyear® welt construction and air-cushioned sole for premium durability and comfort. - Crushed Velvet is a brushed fabric with a slight pile with a silky touch and an eye-catching sheen - Care Instructions: Lightly wipe away dirt using a damp cloth. We do not recommend the use of cleaners, as it could damage the finish. - Construction - Made with a Goodyear-welted lines that are heat-sealed at 700˚C and reinforced with the Dr. Martens signature welt stitch - Sole Height - Platform height: 1 1/2 in; Heel height: 2 in - Footbed - Slimmer and a more tapered toe shape     Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot Dr. Martens Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot
Dr. Martens Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot $219.99
Dr. Martens Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot - Take your look to the next level this season with the bold new Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot by Dr. Martens! - The highest Docs platform yet, these powerful Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot feature glossy leather uppers with signature Goodyear® welt construction and air-cushioned sole for premium durability and comfort. - The Quad Retro sole on the Dr. Martens Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot stands at a towering 2 inches: built to make wearers feel on top of the world. - This new rework is an ode to Dr. Marten's subversive heritage; the Jadon Alt is built from supple black Buttero leather and fitted with oversized gunmetal hardware - The uncompromising Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot also have a medial zip for functionality, standout giraffe laces (and a spare set of black ones) and all our usual DNA. Use Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam to protect the Dr. Martens Jadon Toe Guard Platform Boot and keep your shoes clean, soft and supple ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot $209.99
Dr. Martens Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot - A fierce evolution of the Dr. Matens 8-eye boot, the Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot retains all its original details — grooved edges, yellow stitching, and a heel-loop — and adds a chunky, empowering platform sole. - This Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot is an icon reimagined with fiercely punk-inspired details in this platform iteration of Dr. Martens’ classic 8-eye combat boot. - Built to last, this unisex Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot is forged using one of the finest methods of construction: utilizing a Goodyear welt and heat-sealing it to the sole. - With their air-cushioned sole with top-stitch detailing complete with cotton laces, metal eyelets, and a slightly raised heel, the Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot is perfect for your wardrobe. Polish your Black Jadon Platform 8-Eye Boot with the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens Vegan 1460 Crushed Velvet 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens Vegan 1460 Crushed Velvet 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens Vegan 1460 Crushed Velvet 8-Eye Boot $169.99
Dr. Martens Vegan 1460 Crushed Velvet 8-Eye Boot - The Dr. Martens 1460 8-Eye Boot is recognized worldwide for it's uncompromising looks, durability, and comfort. - These styles embody all that is true and unique to Dr. Martens. - Crushed Velvet is a brushed fabric with a slight pile with a silky touch and an eye-catching sheen - The DMS sole is a pillar of Dr. Martens construction — renowned for its comfort and stability. A two-tone appearance with distinctive grooving and an unmistakable tread pattern - Footbed - Wider and a more rounded toe shape Lightly wipe away dirt using a damp cloth. We do not recommend the use of cleaners, as it could damage the finish - Construction - Goodyear Welted - the upper and sole are heat-sealed and sewn together, providing more comfort and durability for years to come.     Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot - The 1460 Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens 8-Eye boot. - Made with the durable Dr. Martens Nappa leather this Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot was constructed to last. - This Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot has instantly recognizable DNA that looks like this: 8 eyes, classic Dr. Martens Smooth leather, grooved sides, a heel-loop, yellow stitching, and a comfortable, air-cushioned sole. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Black Nappa 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was then scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, when his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The boots were now branded ‘Airwair’ and came with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution.This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 Black BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Black BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Black BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot $180.00
Dr. Martens 1460 Black BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot - Constructed on Dr. Martens extra-chunky, extra-rugged Bex sole, this minimalist version of our original boot takes decades of subcultural heritage to the 1460 Black BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot. - Polished Smooth leather upper of the BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot is made from the original Dr. Martens super durable leather that has a smooth finish and is polished to a high shine. - BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot outsole is built on the extra-chunky, extra-rugged Bex sole for a minimalist look that will keep you steady on your feet all day long. - The Dr. Martens 1460 BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot stays true to its iconic design with an added lift in the sole for even greater stability and style. We also carry the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish for your 1460 Black BEX Platform 8-Eye Boot! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. The date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Without music, Dr. Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 Black Harness 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Black Harness 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Harness 8-Eye Boot $166.00
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Harness 8-Eye Boot - For decades, Dr. Martens wearers have customized our footwear with bolt-on pieces of hardware. This Harness 8-Eye Boot goes out to them. - The 1460 Black Harness 8-Eye Boot comes in black Smooth leather, enhanced with straps, harnesses and gunmetal studs. - Yellow welt stitching and a scripted heel-loop mark this Harness 8-Eye Boot as Dr. Martens. - These Dr. Martens Black Harness 8-Eye Boot update the classic 1460 silhouette with a little extra edge courtesy of the harness strap. Keep the harness leather from this 1460 Black Harness 8-Eye Boot as fresh as possible with the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 Burgundy Smooth 8-Eye Boot 1460 Burgundy Smooth 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Burgundy Smooth 8-Eye Boot $169.99
Dr. Martens 1460 Burgundy Smooth 8-Eye Boot - The Dr. Martens 1460 8-Eye Boot is recognized worldwide for it's uncompromising looks, durability, and comfort. - These styles embody all that is true and unique to Dr. Martens. - This boot features a classic Smooth leather upper and Goodyear®-Welted, air-cushioned, slip-resistant sole. Keep your Dr. Martens 1460 Burgundy Smooth 8-Eye Boot looking fresh with the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460/11822006 Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot - The 1460 is the original Dr. Martens Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot. - The Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot is made with the durable Dr. Martens Smooth leather. - Its instantly recognizable Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot DNA looks like this: 8 eyes, classic Dr. Martens Smooth leather, grooved sides, a heel-loop, yellow stitching, and a comfortable, air-cushioned sole. - Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot is the original 8-eye boot. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Black Smooth 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460/11822100 White Smooth 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 White Smooth 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 White Smooth 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens White Smooth 8-Eye Boot - The 1460 White Smooth 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens 8-Eye boot. - Made with the durable Dr. Martens smooth leather this White Smooth 8-Eye Boot was constructed to last. - This White Smooth 8-Eye Boot has instantly recognizable DNA that looks like this: 8 eyes, classic Dr. Martens Smooth leather, grooved sides, a heel-loop, yellow stitching, and a comfortable, air-cushioned sole. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, White Smooth 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your White Smooth 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was then scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, when his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The boots were now branded ‘Airwair’ and came with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution.This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460/11821500 Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot - The 1460 Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens 8-Eye boot. - Made with the durable Dr. Martens Smooth leather this Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot was constructed to last. - This Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot has instantly recognizable DNA that looks like this: 8 eyes, classic Dr. Martens Smooth leather, grooved sides, a heel-loop, yellow stitching, and a comfortable, air-cushioned sole. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Purple Smooth 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a very unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole invention, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he then made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was then scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, when his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were eventually acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460/11822600 Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot - The 1460 Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens 8-Eye boot. - Made with the durable Dr. Martens Smooth leather this Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot was constructed to last. - This Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot has instantly recognizable DNA that looks like this: 8 eyes, classic Dr. Martens Smooth leather, grooved sides, a heel-loop, yellow stitching, and a comfortable, air-cushioned sole. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Cherry Red Smooth 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was then scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, when his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot - The Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens boot. - Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot is made with the durable Dr. Martens Smooth leather. - Its instantly recognizable Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot DNA looks like this: 8 eyes, classic Dr. Martens Smooth leather, grooved sides, a heel-loop, yellow stitching, and a comfortable, air-cushioned sole. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, the Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Green Smooth 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460/14353001 Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot - The 1460 Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens boot with a solid color sole, welt, stitching, eyelets, laces, heel loops and even linings— for a monochromatic look from the ground up. - Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot retains all the classic Doc's DNA, including grooved sides, visible stitching and a heel-loop. - Made with the durable Dr. Martens Smooth leather, the Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot is made to last. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, this Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant, with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Mono Smooth 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
101 Black Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 101 Black Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 101 Black Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot $140.00
Dr. Martens 101 Black Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot - With 6 eyes, the Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot sits lower on the ankle — but is still an instantly recognizable Dr. Martens silhouette. - Clean, sharp and solid, the Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot combines utilitarian work wear with classic lines, contrast puritan stitching and unmistakable attitude. - The Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot DNA is fully intact, including grooved edges, a branded heel-loop and visible stitching. - Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot is built on our iconic, comfortable air-cushioned sole, that's oil and fat resistant, with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Vintage Smooth 6-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade when Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot - A new leather for an old classic: this iconic Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot is made with Crazy Horse, a solid leather with a worn, distressed look. - The Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens 8-eye boot. - Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot is made with all the classic Doc's DNA, including grooved sides, heel-loop and yellow stitching. - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot is oil and fat resistant, with good abrasion and slip resistance. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your Gaucho Crazy Horse 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. Without any insight as to why or how, the Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly and vehemently championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens 1460 Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot $170.00
Dr. Martens Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-eye Boot - The Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot, the classic unisex 8-eye 1460 boot — that's 100% vegan. - This Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot is a high-shine, high-shine synthetic material with a premium feel and a subtle, two-tone finish. - 100% vegan material and construction, the Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot are perfect for all animal lovers. - Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot retains all the classic Doc's DNA, like grooved sides, yellow stitching and a yellow heel-loop - Built on the iconic Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, the Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot is oil-and-fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance If you're a vegan activist and love Vegan Black Felix Rub Off 8-Eye Boot, check out the Vegan Rub Off 3-Eye Shoe ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens 3989 Black Smooth Wingtip Shoe Dr. Martens 3989 Black Smooth Wingtip Shoe
Dr. Martens 3989 Black Smooth Wingtip Shoe $139.99
Dr. Martens 3989 Black Smooth Wingtip Shoe - First made in the mid-’60s, the 3989 Black Smooth Wingtip Shoe is a rebellious union of proper menswear and counterculture attitude, resulting in pure style. - 3989 Black Wingtip 5-Eye Shoe combines classic wingtip style with extra-thick grooved soles for a bold look, all topped off with iconic Doc’s details. - Built to last, the 3989 Black Wingtip 5-Eye Shoe is forged using one of the finest methods of construction: utilizing a Goodyear welt and heat-sealing it to the sole. - The 3989 Black Wingtip 5-Eye Shoe is made with highly durable leather and sits on an AirWair sole, which is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance. - Dr. Martens puts their distinct spin on a classic wingtip with this 3989 Black Wingtip 5-Eye Shoe Oxford. A velvety leather upper sports classic brogueing and pinking for a refined look while the sole is all Dr. Martens. Use Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam to protect the 3989 Black Wingtip 5-Eye Shoe and keep your shoes clean, soft and supple ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot $169.99
Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot - The Dr. Marten's The Original DM's boot. In a new leather that gets better with age. - 1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot is a classic pull-up hide, designed to mark and build character with wear. - So with every kick, every scuff and every scrape, these 1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot become more and more like your very own pair. - Tagged with our signature yellow welt stitch and heel loop, they come with hiker-inspired laces to reinforce the rugged 1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot aesthetic. Use the Wonder Balsam to keep your 1460 Pascal Wild Buck 8-Eye Boot clean, protect the leather, and keep it soft and supple. Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
BW Contrast Stitch 8-Eye Boot BW Contrast Stitch 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens BW Contrast Stitch 8-Eye Boot $169.99
Dr. Martens BW Contrast Stitch 8-Eye Boot - Classic 1460 boot is highlighted with crisp white stitch detailing, top binding and popped eyelet for a head turning contrast. - An update to an icon that doesn’t touch our core promises of a boot built for everything. - Quality Smooth leather, Goodyear welt stitched to our AirWair soles. Keep your Dr. Martens 1460 BW Contrast Stitch 8-Eye Boot looking fresh with the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 Pascal Ambassador 8-Eye Boot 1460 Pascal Ambassador 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal Ambassador 8-Eye Boot $169.99
Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal Ambassador 8-Eye Boot - Roughed up and ready for anything. - Our iconic 1460 boot has been reimagined in Ambassador leather – a heavyweight naturally tumbled oily material. - Topped with antique gold eyelets, the 1460 Pascal has a worn-in appearance with our iconic yellow welt stitch and a smoke-colored Docs sole. Keep your Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal Ambassador 8-Eye Boot looking fresh with the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460 The Who 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 The Who 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 The Who 8-Eye Boot $200.00
Dr. Martens x The Who 8-Eye Boot - These Dr. Martens 1460 The Who 8-Eye Boot remember the moment Pete Townsend from the WHO. - In 1967, Pete Townshend wore a pair of battered old 1460s on stage and catapulted us into the world of music; with this season's collaboration, things come full circle, or rather: full mod target with these 1460 The Who 8-Eye Boot. - With an all-black smooth leather, The Who 8-Eye Boot is exactly as you know them with a recognizable mod target on the back heel. - Bespoke touches for The Who 8-Eye Boot include a red Dr. Martens heel loop and welt stitching, and a dual-branded sock liner. - Show your love for The Who while wearing 1460 The Who 8-Eye Boot Keep The Who 8-Eye Boot as clean as possible with the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
1460/24789001 Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot Dr. Martens 1460 Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot $200.00
Dr. Martens 1460 Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot - Rail against conformity in our newest music collaboration — this time with famous London punks the Sex Pistols, creating the Dr. Martens 1460 Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot. - The Dr. Martens 1460 Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot is the original Dr. Martens boot, and in this collection, alongside instantly recognizable Docs DNA, the 8-eye men's boot is emblazoned with a digitized print of the band's iconic bass player: Sid Vicious. - Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot is made with classic Doc's DNA, including grooved edges, visible stitching and heel-loop. - Demonstrate your consciousness in these Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot! Keep this Dr. Martens 1460 Sex Pistols Vicious 8-Eye Boot polished using the Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam Shoe Polish ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. Several different licenses were acquired and a few characteristic changes were made, including an altered heel, a bulbous but simple upper, a distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. First worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ initial years of existence was very much that of a simple work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then and incredible shift occurred. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
Dr. Martens 1460 Hello Kitty Boot Black Dr. Martens 1460 Hello Kitty Boot Black
Dr. Martens 1460 Hello Kitty Boot Black $199.99
Dr. Martens 1460 Hello Kitty Boot Black - Clashing colorful Hello Kitty and Friends graphics with tough DM’s silhouettes, this is a whole new take on the Dr. Martens Hello Kitty Boot Black. - Enhanced with alternative Sanrio characters and a red bow graphic, it’s built to stand out. - The boots come with two sets of laces, red or white, and are detailed with a three-color puritan stitch in Teal, Yellow and Pink and matching color pop eyelets. - Yellow welt stitching and an AirWair heel loop mark them as DM’s boots. Check out the Black Sabbath Dr. Martens !
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Sabbath Boots Dr. Martens 1460 Black Sabbath Boot
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Sabbath Boot $249.99
Dr. Martens 1460 Black Sabbath Boot - Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots Before there was metal, there was Black Sabbath. This year, the trailblazing Black Sabbath and Paranoid albums celebrate their 50th anniversaries, and we’re marking the occasion with an exclusive collaboration creating the Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots. - The Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots is splashed with artwork from the band’s eponymous debut and fitted with a purple popped eyelet and core Docs DNA. - Through the laces of the Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots are a ‘Henry’ badge — the iconic flying devil/angel that’s become synonymous with Black Sabbath over the years. - The Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots come with two sets of laces: black and a flat braided pair with purple aglets and a N.I.B. print. - Salute the sinister progenitors of heavy metal with the new Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots! The Black Sabbath Collection not only features the Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots, but also the Black Sabbath 1461 Dr. Martens Shoes ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. New boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.
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Dr. Martens 1461 Black Sabbath Shoes Dr. Martens 1461 Black Sabbath Shoes
Dr. Martens 1461 Black Sabbath Shoes $189.99
Dr. Martens 1461 Black Sabbath Shoes - Before there was metal, there was Black Sabbath. This year, the trailblazing Black Sabbath and Paranoid albums celebrate their 50th anniversaries, and we’re marking the occasion with an exclusive collaboration creating the Black Sabbath 1461 Dr. Martens Shoes. - The special edition Black Sabbath 1461 Dr. Martens Shoes is made with Backhand Strawgrain leather uppers featuring a graphic of the wildly influential 1970 album Paranoid - This Black Sabbath 1461 Dr. Martens Shoes is fitted with a purple popped eyelet, ‘Henry’ motif and heel loop. - The iconic album artwork is digitally printed on the quarters, and the Black Sabbath 1461 Dr. Martens Shoes is finished with embossed Black Sabbath lettering on the vamp. - Pay homage to the godfathers of heavy metal with the new Black Sabbath 1461 Dr. Martens Shoes! The Black Sabbath Collection not only features the Black Sabbath 1461 Dr. Martens Shoes, but also the Black Sabbath 1460 Dr. Martens Boots ! Dr. Martens History Starting in 1901, the small company began in Wollaston, Northamptonshire in the English Midlands. They were at the location of the epicenter of the English shoe industry and for six decades the footwear earned a solid reputation as sturdy, durable work boots. In 1945, a 25-year-old soldier, while trying to heal from a broken foot, created a unique air-cushioned sole, opposed from traditional rough leather sole, to aid his recovery. Using a salvaged cobbler’s last and a needle, he made a prototype shoe and revealed it to an old university friend and mechanical engineer. Both then became great business partners by using disused military supplies and began producing their shoes with unique soles. By 1947 they began formal production and within a decade they had a great going business, despite mainly selling to older women. In 1959, they decided it was time to advertise their revolutionary footwear invention in overseas magazines. While he was scanning the pages of a shoe trade magazine, his eye was caught by the manufacture advertisement for their revolutionary air- cushioned sole. The new boots were now branded as ‘Airwair’ and came distinctly with a black and yellow heel loop representing the brand name and the slogan “With Bouncing Soles” which was printed based on the manufacturer's own handwriting. With its name being created off the date they were first created, April 1st, 1960, the eight-eyed 1460 Dr. Martens boot had mad its first arrival. The decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was created, there was an eccentric wave of change, new ideas, cultural explosion and eventually social revolution. This radical era also witnessed flamboyant and often exotic fashions and styles, an odd period of time for the birth of such a functional work-boot. Without any insight as to why or how, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early multi-cultural, ska-loving skinheads – who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear Dr. Martens as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. Doing so enabled both first generation skinheads and Townshend to alter the course of the brand’s history, which in turn changed the classic work-wear boot into a subcultural essential. While Britain was constantly pursed by anti-government riots and social resentment, youth culture managed to rise up from the streets with yet more highly visual and individual tribes such as psychobilly, grebo and scooter boys. Constant sales of smaller men’s size boots also induced Dr. Martens to create a street trend for girls, who would buy then customize with florals, the simple 8-hole boot. Meanwhile, US Hardcore musicians touring the UK began to take pairs of DM’s back to the west coast, thus starting American subculture’s adoption of the brand. Without music, Dr Martens would have remained a workwear boot. The music of tribes who wear Dr. Martens has become inseparable from the brand itself.

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