Initially, a humble workwear boot worn by the British working class, Dr. Marten was adopted by the London ska movement in the 1960s. By the end of the decade, the boot was proudly worn by punks and rebels all across British youth culture. With its signature stitching and constantly updated yet classically cool styling, Dr. Martens remains an iconic piece of the counterculture.
Initially, a humble workwear boot worn by the British working class, Dr. Marten was adopted by the London ska movement in the 1960s. By the end of the decade, the boot was proudly worn by punks and rebels all across British youth culture. With its signature stitching and constantly updated yet classically cool styling, Dr. Martens remains an iconic piece of the counterculture.
Initially, a humble workwear boot worn by the British working class, Dr. Marten was adopted by the London ska movement in the 1960s. By the end of the decade, the boot was proudly worn by punks and rebels all across British youth culture. With its signature stitching and constantly updated yet classically cool styling, Dr. Martens remains an iconic piece of the counterculture.