'Unique' is an over-used word but the original Dr. Martens manufacturing process is exactly that. We produce the limited MIE (Made In England) collection in our Northamptonshire factory using hands-on craftsmanship identical to the methods first pioneered by DM's fifty years ago. Each pair of MIE Dr. Martens boasts an undeniably unique combination: not just the silhouette itself but also the way that shape is created.
- 7 Eyelet brogue boot
- Black Euro Plus Calf leather and Navy tiny dot silk upper
- Leather lining
- Made on our 84 Last shape, giving a tapered, sleek look
- Heel loop
- This is a leather-welted product, the upper and sole are sewn together
- Navy translucent Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole
- Made in England
This is a Goodyear-welted product using leather for the welt. The upper and sole are sewn together, not merely glued, like many footwear constructions. This, together with our Z welt-stitch and heat-sealing process, makes it unique to Dr. Martens. This is the only construction that is stitched on the outside and helps footwear take the shape to the foot. The welt is chain stitched to the upper and insole. The outsole is then sewn to the welt around the edge and then heat sealed. This is the sturdiest and most complex of all constructions.
Euro Plus Calf is a genuine Italian classic box calf leather for a classic dress shoe look. A silk made in England by Stephen Walters. The history of Stephen Walters & Sons Ltd starts in Spitalfields, London at the end of the 17th century and they continue to manufacture silks today for all manner of purposes.
The original Dr. Martens air-cushioned sole, providing underfoot comfort and durability since 1960. It is oil- and fat-resistant, tough and offers good abrasion and slip resistance.
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[Euro Plus Calf] = Clean Away dirt using a damp cloth, allow to dry apply correct coloured wax based shoe polish to restore shine as desired. / [Striped Silk] = Remove dirt with damp cloth or soft brush. Keep covered if stored for long periods without wear to avoid insect damage.