Dr. Martens

Doc. Martens are more than shoes, they are a symbol that identifies many subcultures, starting with punk. The unmistakeable footwear has a history: German medic Klaus Maertens, injured in one foot, designed it for himself. After the war, with an ex-colleague from university, Maertens started to produce his 8-holed boots using post-war materials: Luftwaffe rubber scrap for the soles, with their special padded look, and fabric from disused German army uniforms for the upper.
Dr. Martens chunky sole ankle boots - Black
Dr. Martens leather ankle boots - Red
Dr. Martens Jagger boots - Black
Dr. Martens Jadon ankle boots - Black
Dr. Martens velvet combat boots - Black
Dr. Martens 1460 boots - Black
Dr. Martens Black Jadon Boots
Dr. Martens leopard panel loafers - Black
Dr. Martens Black 1461 W Derbys
Dr. Martens 1460 Pascal boots - Black
Dr. Martens Brogue shoes - Black
Dr. Martens Black 2976 Quad FL Boots