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.
For those taking their first steps, the tiny reproductions of the 1461 3-eye shoe and 1460 8-eye boot offer a sturdy, yet flexible sole combined with soft and durable leather. The 1460 boot style has a side zip, as well as laces, to help parents get them on and off little feet quickly and easily.
A slighty milled, snuffed leather, with a medium to heavy pull-up and a strong oily surface.
Clean Away dirt using a damp cloth, allow to dry apply a clear wax based shoe polish to restore shine as desired. In the event of heavy scuffing or loss of colour then clean as before but add a matching coloured wax based shoe polish and buff up the leather with brush and cloth as required.