Dr. MartensGirls' 1460 Lace-Up Patent Leather Combat Boots (Toddler)

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$65.00
  • 9M Toddler
  • 10M Toddler
Pale Pink Patent
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Item #20171948
From Dr. Martens, the Girls' 1460 Lace-Up Patent Leather Combat Boots feature:
  • Patent leather upper
  • Stitch details
  • Metal eyelets
  • Heel pulls
  • Tonal rope laces
  • lace-up design
  • Side ankle zip closure
  • Leather lining
  • Rubber outsole
Imported.
DMS: 0681 031 26771322
Dr. Martens’ appeal to people who have their own individual style but share a united spirit – authentic characters who stand for something. People who possess a proud sense of self- expression. People who are different.

On a stylistic level, Dr. Martens’ simple silhouettes allows their wearers to adopt the boots and shoes as part of their own individual and very distinctive style; on a practical level, their famous durability and comfort make them ideal for the unforgiving world of gigs and street fashion; and then finally on an emotional level, they are a badge of attitude and empowerment.

However, it wasn’t always this way: Dr. Martens were originally a modest work-wear boot that was even sold as a gardening shoe at one stage. So, how did this utilitarian boot transform into one of the most culturally relevant brands of the modern era? It is an interesting and unique story...

The 1960s – the decade in which the Dr. Martens boot was born – saw an unprecedented wave of change, new ideas, cultural upheaval and eventually social revolution. This radical atmosphere also witnessed extravagant and often exotic fashion, an odd backdrop for the birth of such a functional work-boot ... but then Dr. Martens has always kicked against the norm.

Initially worn by postmen and factory workers, Dr. Martens’ first few years of existence was very much that of a £2 work-wear boot, selling solid quantities to Britain’s working classes. Then something incredible started to happen..

Without any warning or intent, Dr. Martens were suddenly picked up by early by those who proudly championed British working class style. Shortly after, Pete Townshend of The Who became the first high profile individual to wear them as a symbol of his own working class pride and rebellious attitude. In so doing, both first generation working class and Townshend altered the course of the brand’s history, changing this functional work-wear boot into a subcultural essential.

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