The ultimate symbol of youth, rebellion and subculture, Dr Martens have been the footwear of choice for everyone from skinheads to mods to punk rockers for half a century.
Created by Klaus Märtens, a young German army doctor, after a skiing accident, the iconic leather boots have gone on to define each new generation. Since emerging on the scene in the 60s, Dr Martens have exploded and left a lasting impact and influence on music, fashion and international politics. First worn by working class people, Dr Martens were not seen as fashionable until Pete Townshend of The Who wore a pair on stage in 1966, transitioning them from factory wear to street wear. From boots to clothes and collaborations, Dr Martens continue to represent individuality, vibrancy and a lifestyle devoted to self-expression.
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