The first pair of Dr. Martens boots rolled off the production line on April 1, 1960. With its trademark yellow stitch, comfortable grooved sole and heel-loop, it was originally intended for England’s postmen, policemen and factory workers.
Since then, Dr. Martens footwear has been adopted and subverted by people like you: diverse individuals, musicians, and youth-driven subcultures. People who stand out from the crowd — the non-conformists who follow their own rules; and their journeys of self-expression are usually accompanied by a pair of Docs. Ideal for customization — and famously utilitarian and comfortable — the simple silhouette can be found on the catwalk, at music festivals, on stage at gigs and on the sidewalk. Bottom line: we just make the boots — you make them look good.