NEIGHBORHOOD Adds Paint Splatters to Two Dr. Martens Silhouettes

Customizing the 1461 and 2976.

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Fresh off the back of its recent Goodhood collaboration, Dr. Martens has now presented a new partnership with NEIGHBORHOOD. Continuing a long-running collaboration, the new release features two classic Dr. Martens silhouttes — the 2976 and 1461 — that have been reworked by the Japanese label.

Both silhouettes are constructed from Dr. Martens’ Smooth leather, and come in an all-black colorway. The stand-out detail of each shoe is the contrasting white paint effect, which appears in splatters against the black upper of both silhouettes. Other features include a reflective heel strip, which adds a technical element to the construction, and all-white welt-stitching to replace the traditional yellow color.

Take a look at the two NEIGHBORHOOD x Dr. Martens colorways in the gallery above. Both the 2976 and 1461 are due to release via the Dr. Martens web store on December 4.

In other footwear news, Clarks Originals recently unveiled a new hairy suede version of the Wallabee Boot.

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