Good news, we’ve finally done it - we’ve pulled all of our favourite DM's into one blog just for you. The good, the great and the glorious, all in one place donning a particular focus on some of the most exciting Dr. Martens available at tower-london.com right now.
Quad-soled and heavy duty, but you knew that already. Dr. Martens’ Floral Sinclair is a sure winner - don’t take our word for it, try them for yourself.
One for those with elevated taste. Dr. Martens' Adrian is similar to the Tassel Loafer, we have a wee tassel at this loafer's peak! However, change comes in the form of a kilt - an odd though popular one amongst casual fans, the Kiltie Loafer is a connoisseur's choice. The full embodiment of what a loafer should, or could be.
Now available in leather and vegan non-leather options, the 1461 is a low cut, hard-wearing shoe introduced exactly one year after the 1460 - using that same Airwair technology key in setting Dr. Martens ahead of its competitors. These require significantly less stitching than their older 1960 brother, notably across the sharp vamp with a distinct removal towards the heel.
Typically, the 1461 offers significantly less support than its former, suited to everyday wear without cutting any of Dr. Martens’ distinctive design corners.
Sometimes, it’s worth stepping away from the norm. By maintain core DNA through Goodyear welt underfoot, signature comfort and soft leather, Dr. Martens has worked their magic on the super-lightweight Voss II Quad sole sandal.
Minimalism never looked so good - strap-up in-store and online now.
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, then came Pascal Virginia leather boom - here we are today!