Doc Martens are, rightly famous, around the world, for the boots that are fixtures in iconic, enduring musical subcultures. You could find them at both a Sham 69 and a Smiths show without batting an eye.
A favorite low-cut offering from the brand, the 1461 style exudes style and practicality in equal measure. A version of the shoe was actually made for Royal Post employees in the UK.
The famous British boot makers have paired up with trendsetting Japanese retailer/designer Beams to explore the dapper side of Doc Martens. A simple change in material, in this case, a glossy patent leather in place of the traditional leather construction, takes the 1461 from the East End to Highgate in a single step.
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