Originally sold as a durable working man's shoe, the 1461 became popular with political protesters in the late 60s and 70s - and eventually made its way into the closets of university students across Britain. The best thing about the 1461? It's always been a blank slate for self-expression and reinvention. This iteration of the 1461 is part of the Floral Clash Collection: three prints brought together in a riotous mashup of mismatched genius. Inspired by 90s fabrics unearthed in British vintage stores, this iteration of the 1461 is ready to rock every single summer festival. True to form, the shoe retains all its classic Doc DNA, including grooved sides, yellow stitching and the iconic air-cushioned sole.