Originally marketed as industrial footwear; Dr Martens are now a fashion staple. Once linked to punk-rockers, now they’re more of a versatile boot that can be dressed to suit your own style.
The the sole has been welted using their famous yellow stitching and they have durable soles – so they can last you a lifetime.
From walking through tropical forests to wearing them up snowy mountains. (Although they’re not snow boots and probably weren’t designed for this purpose, they were slip resistant and they didn’t leak.) They felt very secure and you can adjust how tight you want them with the lace up fastening.
From walking through tropical forests to wearing them up snowy mountains. (Although they’re not snow boots and probably weren’t designed for this purpose, they were slip resistant and they didn’t leak.) They felt very secure and you can adjust how tight you want them with the lace up fastening.
There's a variety of ways you can wear this staple boot, and it's been experimented with over the years. There's been the classic grunge look, as well as more contemporary looks, but one thing this boot never is is boring, so if you're looking for something neat and easy to blend in, look elsewhere. These boots are great for adding some impact to a simple outfit, so even a basic jean and jumper combo can become a stylised, statement look. You can also go for a surprisingly tailored look with these boots. Despite their chunky sole, their smooth leather and solid black colour give them a sleek undertone that's great for smart casual outfits.
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