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.
Rebels aren’t made. They’re born. Inspired by the classic Dr. Martens 1460 boot, the Auburn Crib Lace Bootie is for the tiniest rebels, complete with yellow stitch, black binding and a fabric heel loop—all in super-soft lightweight Kid Lamper leather. There’s even the famous Dr. Martens tread, with a playful twist in the form of the following quote: “When I grow up I want to be a 1460.”
Stringent testing procedures have been used to ensure that the Auburn is suitably supportive for an infant. There is a tiny Dr. Martens hard wearing sole with good abrasion and slip resistance. Kids Lamper is a lightweight, soft leather.