Originally designed in 1960s for blue-collar workers, Dr. Martens boots unexpectedly reached icon status when they made their way onto the British punk scene just a few years later. Ever since, the leather lace-ups have been adopted by rock stars and their fans alike – solidifying the brand’s association with counterculture, music and fashion. Today, the cool-kid kicks have reemerged as a street-style favorite, still never failing to bring out the wearer’s rebellious side.
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