Dr. Marten's

Dr. Marten’s boot was born on April 1st, 1960. A young Dr. Klaus Maertens created an air cushioned sole to aid his recovering broken foot in 1945 and years later partnered with a six generation British shoe company to create the infamous black boot with yellow welt stitch and two tone grooved sole edge. Originally worn by postmen and factory workers the boot became synonymous with the British working class but was later adopted by skinheads, goths, punks and then grunge culture, it became a symbol for an anti-establishment, underground ethos.

Dr. Marten's
Vegan Gryphon Gladiator Sandals


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