List of products by manufacturer DR. MARTENS

In 1960 a small English factory in Cobb's Lane (Northamptonshire) lit the first pair of Dr. Martens. Two partners of German descent, including Dr. Martens himself, began in 1947 the production of an inexpensive, reinforced and useful shoe for the more physical tasks that were carried out at that time. «For years the function of the Dr. Martens was that the working class had access to quality shoes that would resist anything and that did not have to be replaced in the medium term: policemen, firemen, bricklayers or carpenters began to wear the Martens for that reason »It was Pete Townshend, from the Who, the first celebrity to wear a Martens and who was responsible for the sales riot that the brand suffered in the 70s. But by then the boot had already established itself as a symbol of rebellion among urban tribes From london.

In the 21st century, the silhouette of the boots was recovered and we saw them parade down the catwalks, reinventing again the role of a shoe that refuses to die. With the injection of the fashion industry and its chromatic update, Dr. Martens once again looks like that multipurpose accessory suitable for all audiences that, despite this, has managed to never lose the cult halo that it drags since its inception, something few can boast about.

In 1960 a small English factory in Cobb's Lane (Northamptonshire) lit the first pair of Dr. Martens. Two partners of German descent, including Dr. Martens himself, began in 1947 the production of an inexpensive, reinforced and useful shoe for the more physical tasks that were carried out at that time. «For years the function of the Dr. Martens was that the working class had access to quality shoes that would resist anything and that did not have to be replaced in the medium term: policemen, firemen, bricklayers or carpenters began to wear the Martens for that reason »It was Pete Townshend, from the Who, the first celebrity to wear a Martens and who was responsible for the sales riot that the brand suffered in the 70s. But by then the boot had already established itself as a symbol of rebellion among urban tribes From london.


In the 21st century, the silhouette of the boots was recovered and we saw them parade down the catwalks, reinventing again the role of a shoe that refuses to die. With the injection of the fashion industry and its chromatic update, Dr. Martens once again looks like that multipurpose accessory suitable for all audiences that, despite this, has managed to never lose the cult halo that it drags since its inception, something few can boast about.

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