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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
Love these!
Triumph 1914 14-Eye Floral Print Review:
Loooove these! Worth every penny!
As expected - almost
Clarissa Chunky Strap Sandal Review:
While the left shoe fits very well, the right is significantly narrower. Will, hopefully, stretch a bit for comforts sake.
classic doc marten comfort and style
Original 1460 Review:
I've bought other pairs of Docs in size 7, since they're Men's sizing and since I usually wear a 9. Needed a 6 in these, though---they're a little bigger than other pairs of Docs I've had! They look beautiful and feel comfortable! Kind of a more grown-up variation on the classic 1460 because they're made with a soft-looking matte leather. They also arrived really quickly and carefully packaged. Rated 4 because of the sizing.
They are Doc Martins, duh.
Falcon SD 6 Eye Boot Review:
Once these boots are broken in and tied right they are great.
The DOC is keeping me healthy!
Balfour Z-Strap Sandal Review:
I have depended on DOC for years and years. These sandals have soft, soft insoles, were comfortable from the moment I tried them on and more than lived up to my high expectations. My only comment is that there is no visible identification that they are Dr Martens. There is a tab on the back but you cannot read anything on it. It is black on black.

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.