Welcome to Shubox
£0.00 (0)

.

Dr Martens 1919 Fine Haircell 10 Eyelet Boots

Sku#ZZ250038

Be the first to review this product

Product Description

Dr Martens have designed this classic boot named 1919. The mid calf boot features a 10 eyelet lace up front, steel toe cap, fine haircell leather, pull loop on the rear and the Dr Martins trademark yellow stitch around the sole. 1919 has been finished off with an air cushioned in sole and a slip resistant outsole.

£100.00

ABOUT ME

Fine Hair Cell

Firm Leather Upper

Natural Grain Finish

Good Year Welted And Sewn Upper

Air Cushioned Sole

Oil And Fat Resistant

Slip Resistant

Classic Heel Loop

Lace Up Closure

Review

This product currently has 0 reviews

DELIVERY

Free Next-Day delivery on all UK orders placed before 4pm. Please see our delivery policy for full details.

365 DAYS RETURN

Return your order free of charge up to 365 days after purchase. Please note, all returns must be unworn and in original condition with original packaging. Please see our returns policy for full details.

ASK A QUESTION

Products Questions:

Ask Your Question

 
 

* Required Fields

Dr Martens 1919 Fine Haircell 10 Eyelet Boots

images

Bookmark and ShareBookmark Us!

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.

  Loading...