1460 ELS BLACK SMOOTH
Stripped down, rebuilt. Refined and tweaked. At Docs, we never stop thinking of new ways to reimagine our classic silhouettes. Here our Original 1460 boot is reworked without laces and with elastic over the tongue. Faster on, so you can get out there, the elastic also ensures a snug fit. The boots have a lateral zip and heel loop, as well as our signature yellow welt stitching.
- Born on 01.04.60. Named the 1460. Over six decades, our 8-eye work boot has become iconic
- Hardwearing and famously tough, our Smooth leather can be polished to shine or scuffed-up. It’s up to you. Clean with a damp cloth and care with Dr. Martens Shoe Polish
- Our Goodyear-welted lines are heat-sealed at 700°C and reinforced with our signature welt stitch
Durable and famously stiff to start, our Smooth Leather can be polished to a dapper shine or artfully scuffed-up depending on your preference. Restores and rejuvenates with no polish or shine: our Wonder Balsam is formulated to keep leather strong and supple, and ensure your boots last even longer.
Clean footwear using a damp cloth and allow to dry, then apply Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam. Allow to dry, then buff vigorously to desired shine using clean Dr. Martens shoe brush. Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam is designed to bring well-worn footwear back to its best. Our balsam wax nourishes leather — keeps it supple, strong and smooth. Used regularly, it will prolong the life of your footwear.
Dr. Martens run true to US size with a little wiggle room for breathability or thicker socks. UK size on shoe.
Do up the buttons and straighten the collar upwards, then turn inside out.
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After washing, gently re-shape your Fred Perry Shirt whilst it’s still damp.
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Hang your Fred Perry Shirts up inside out and either dry flat, or line dry in a shady spot.