History of Dr. Martens shoes starts more than 100 years ago , but the first true iconic boot emerged in 1960. A distinctive yellow welt stitch, a two tone grooved sole edge and a unique sole pattern were nothing else, but well known 1460 boot. Launched as a functional work-boot in a short amount of time it became a fashion and cultural statement, symbol of rebellion and social revolution.
This is monochromatic 1461— a solid color commitment from tip to toe, including sole, welt, stitch, eyelets, laces, heel-loops and lining. This unisex 3-eye shoe is made with all the classic Doc's DNA, including grooved sides and visible stitching. Built to last, this boot is made using one of the finest methods of construction: the Goodyear Welt — which means the upper and sole are sewn together in heat-sealed z-welt stitch. The shoe sits on iconic AirWair™ sole, which is oil and fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistance.
Airwairs original signature leather: a firm, finished leather with a smooth, semi bright appearance.
Clean Away dirt using a damp cloth, allow to dry apply correct coloured wax based shoe polish to restore shine as desired.