The collaborative footwear models are based on “MADE IN ENGLAND” 1460 8-hole boots and 1461 3-hole shoes first introduced in the ’60s. The black leather WOLF’s HEAD x Dr. Martens footwear features an asymmetric design with brass gold studs on the side panels, yellow welt stitching above the midsole, and AirWair heel loops on the high-tops. With studs integrated into the eyelets, the laces don a distinct configuration that clearly displays the WOLF’s HEAD logo on the mismatched tongue tabs.
Orders for the Dr. Martens x WOLF’s HEAD pairs can be placed at Dr. Martens’ first brand concept store Dr. Martens Showroom Tokyo from December 10 to January 16. Prices are ¥96,800 JPY (approximately $852 USD) for the 1460 8-Eye Boot and ¥68,200 JPY (approximately $600 USD) for the 1461 3-Eye Shoe. All customized parts are handmade, so it will take about 1 to 2 months for delivery after the order is placed. Repair for customized parts such as the custom studs can be done in the future via WOLF’S HEAD. Head over to the Dr. Martens Japan website for more information.
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