Dr. Martens Is Keeping Things Cozy With Its Jorge Shearling Shoe

Crafted in the brand’s U.K.-based factory in Wollaston.

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Dr. Martens has presented its latest Jorge Made in England Shearling Mule shoe and it comes coated in Repello Calf Suede. The shoe brand is best known for its 1460 boot and 1461 shoe, but as we currently gear up for the cooler weather ahead, the footwear giant has dropped a new cozy style, designed with a furry inside that’s designed to hug the foot and keep wearers comfortable.

And while the shoe has been released during Fall/Winter, Dr. Martens’ notorious craftsmanship — more specifically in it’s U.K.-based Wollaston factory — has ensured that the silhouette is wearable all year round. The shoe is handcrafted and comes made with a shearling lining and branded buckles for a snug fit. The Jorge sandal is also built on the Dr. Martens’ Shore sole and is reinforced with yellow melt stitching. Rounding off the design, the sandal features a Scotch Guard finish for enhanced protection against water and other stainable substances.

You can have a closer look at Dr. Martens’ Jorge sandal above and it is available now on the brand’s official website.

In other news, take a look at the Nike Air Max Plus TN “Black/Turquoise.”

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