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About Dr. Martens

Dr. Martens continues a decades-old tradition of innovation, offering a mix of new designs and iconic classics, including Dr. Martens boots, shoes and sandals for men, women, and kids.

Latest Dr. Martens customer reviews
Great fit and construction but not thrilled with l
Hickmire Slip On Shoe Review:
The leather in the site pictures is smooth with a slight gloss. The actual shoes have a suede quality that has a dull matte finish. The are simply unattractive. I am not fond of the leather at all but the comfort is fantastic so im keeping the for home wear. I would not wear these out in public as they have a house slipper look...too bad...was really looking for a nice looking, good quality leather slip on.
Pascal 8-Eye Boot Review:
My big complaint about Dr. Martens is the lack of half sizes. I'm a 7 1/2 and although I've owned several pairs of Dr. Martens, I typically have to wear 2 pairs of socks with the 8, and just couldn't bring myself to keep this pair. They slipped in the heel and were a little uncomfortable across the "bridge" of the foot (where the laces begin). I also thought the leather seemed a bit stiff and plastic-y.
Nice, but not true to size
Flux Mila ST Review:
Definitely larger than expected. Exchanged twice before finding the right fit, a full size smaller than I usually wear.
Dr. Martens yellow
1461 3-Eye Shoe Review:
Wear them to school
Most Comfortable work Boot EVER!
Ironbridge ST 8 Tie Boot Review:
This is the only work boot My husband wears. We always keep a spare for when he wears a pair out.

About Dr. Martens

For generations, the young and young at heart have been dedicated to Dr. Martens, an iconic English footwear brand that traces its beginnings to 1945, when Dr. Klaus Maertens injured his foot while skiing in the Bavarian Alps.

During his painful convalescence, he came up with an idea for footwear that would provide added comfort and support. He and a friend, Dr. Herbert Funck, developed the concept, and it wasn't long before they unveiled the world's first heat-sealed, air-cushioned footwear sole.

In the late 1950s, English shoe manufacturer R. Griggs & Co. acquired the global rights to the revolutionary sole, renaming it "AirWair." On the 1st of April, 1960, the classic Dr. Martens 1460 boot debuted, and was embraced by mailmen, policemen and factory workers before being adopted by subculture youth as a working-class emblem.

Whether occupational or strictly for fashion, scores of Dr. Martens boots, shoes and sandals for men, women and children are introduced annually, but there's no doubt that the "Docs" signature ankle boot will live forever.