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Dr Martens 1920 Biker Boots


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Part of the classic collection Dr Martens have designed 1920 5400. The army style boot features a 7 eyelet lace up front, steel toe front, pull loop on the rear, fine haircell leather upper and a heat-sealed and sewn together construction. The boot has been finished off with the Dr Marten trademark yellow stitch around the sole.

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7 Eyelet 1925 5400 Boot

Fine Haircell

Firm Leather Upper

Good Year Welt

Upper And Sole Are Heat Sealed And Sewn Together

Hardwearing Sole

Slip Resistant

Lace Up Closure


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Dr Martens have a remarkable history of walking hand in hand, head held high with rebellion and music. Ever since the 1960’s, they have been a key component of the image of youth sub-culture. Dr Martens were born out of the concept of being different and rebelling against the norms of society.

Originally a brand for sturdy workmen boots in the early 20th century, Dr Martens took footwear to a new level. The brand was soon not only a solid popular choice for the working class in a practical sense, but was joined by the British sub-cultures of Ska, Punk, Rock, Britpop and many more.

The amazing thing about Dr Martens’ boots is their versatility, despite being the ultimate in hard wearing footwear; their women’s ranges always manage to maintain a softer feminine touch.

Dr Martens have commonly been subject to further self-expression from the public, often worn with the quarters flapping open, deliberately unpolished and scuffed; or perhaps laced rigidly and precisely, with a military sheen on the toe. Maybe left plain or else customised individually to suit the wearer.

Whatever the choice, Dr Martens were born to be worn proudly as a trademark of the wearer’s individuality.