It all started on 1st April 1960, Dr. Martens’ first eight-holed boot was handmade in Woolaston thus introducing ‘Airwair’ and yellow welt stitching to the world retail stage. Production involved combining Northamptonshire leather and patented German soles.
Alternatively, these days you can opt for a modernised version of DM’s classic eight-eye boot crafted from light leather and high-grade poly; inspired by the streets whilst remaining true to their archival roots.
Take your mule rotation to all new heights, with the classy suede 1460 boot from Dr Martens.
Drop a few eyelets for easy slip-on fit, or utilise DM's eight eyelet fastening when exploring next-level comfort.
Who could say no to a dose of plush E.H. suede?
With Dr. Martens’ heritage comes great responsibility - believe us, we’ve been lacing them up for almost four decades! But, sometimes that essential DNA deserves in update, which is why Dr. Martens has introduced their Devon Flower silhouette! A bootie complete with dual-strap buckles, padded quarters and yellow welt stitching underfoot.