Dr martens black 7 eyelet boot . Care Instructions -Clean away dirt using a damp cloth and allow to dry. then apply Dr.Martens clear or coloured wax polish as appropriate. using a Dr.Martens shoe brush. (Neutral can be applied to all colours). Allow to dry. then buff vigorously to desired shine using a second clean Dr.Martens shoe brush. We advise to use 2 brushes per colour. one to add the polish and the second. clean dry brush. to buff up the leather for the best results.
It all began near Munich. Germany in 1945 when Dr. Klaus Maertens injured his foot in a skiing accident in the Bavarian Alps. To make walking easier during the healing process. he designed a shoe with an air-cushioned sole. Using old rubber tires. he constructed soles that had air trapped within closed compartments. He showed his prototype to his engineer/inventor friend. Dr. Herbert Funck. and together they decided to develop and produce the shoes. Not only did the shoe solve the doctor's immediate problem. but it also started to sell well in Germany. By 1959 the two founders decided that they needed a company to produce and distribute the shoes. then called Dr. Maertens. in other parts of the world. At first. many manufacturers rejected the concept of an air cushioned sole as a short-lived gimmick. However. the R. Griggs Group. located in the village of Wollaston in England. decided to go along with the idea by creating the first work boot with the revolutionary sole. On 1 April. 1960. the first cherry-red eight-eyelet work boot was produced and named 1460 (1/4/60). To sell the brand name better in England. the name was anglicized to Dr. Martens. The range was branded AirWair and the rest is history.
Dr.Martens AirWair with Bouncing Soles
200 Joules toe protection.has toe cap protectors
Outer Material: Leather
Inner Material: Manmade
Sole: PVC Outsole
Heel Height: 1.25 centimetres
Material Composition: See Product Description
Shaft Diameter: Regular
Shoe Width: regular
Sole resistant to oils alkalis and acids
7 eyelet boot with PVC sole heat resistant to 70 C