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  • Dr. Martens Adrian Snaffle Loafer

    Dr. Martens Adrian Snaffle Loafer

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    Dr. Martens 5-Eye Bex Square Toe

    Dr. Martens 5-Eye Bex Square Toe

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    Dr. Martens Isham

    Dr. Martens Isham

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    Dr. Martens Crewson Lo

    Dr. Martens Crewson Lo

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    Dr. Martens ZebZag Mule

    Dr. Martens ZebZag Mule

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    Dr. Martens Adrian Snaffle Loafer *Quilon*

    Dr. Martens Adrian Loafer

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    Dr. Martens 939

    Dr. Martens 939

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    Dr. Martens Adrian Snaffle Loafer

    Dr. Martens Adrian Loafer

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    Dr. Martens x Wacko Maria 1461

    Dr. Martens x Wacko Maria 1461

    109 €
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    Dr. Martens x Wacko Maria 1461

    Dr. Martens x Wacko Maria 1461

    119 €
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    Dr. Martens Adrian Tassle Loafer *Mono*

    Dr. Martens Adrian Loafer

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    Dr. Martens 1461 Bex Squared 3-Eye Shoe

    Dr. Martens 1461

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    Dr. Martens Audrick 3-Eye Shoe

    Dr. Martens Audrick 3-Eye Shoe

    99 €
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    Dr. Martens 1460 *Mono*

    Dr. Martens 1460

    199 €
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    Dr. Martens 1461 *Mono*

    Dr. Martens 1461

    179 €
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    Dr. Martens 1461 3-Eye Shoe

    Dr. Martens 1461

    169 €
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    Dr. Martens Boots at Asphaltgold


    For the empowerment of rebellious self-expression. Dr. Martens has come to stay - with designs that have made the brand one of the top brands worldwide since the 1960s. The robust leather boots stand for durability and individuality: those who wear Docs know what matters. Because hardly any other boot has achieved comparable cult status. From the classic 1460 model to the 2976 Chelsea boot to trendy loafers or sandals - in Asphaltgold's online store you'll find a wide selection of the best shoe styles by Dr. Martens.


    Made in Germany, Designed in England: The Origin of Dr. Martens


    The start of the popular boots by Dr. Martens was completely under the motto: Be creative. Because in 1947, the doctor Dr. Klaus Märtens recycled old rubber from the Luftwaffe to produce innovative boots - after all, safety or work shoes of the time were robust but absolutely uncomfortable. The upper materials of the first boots also consisted primarily of army surplus. Long story short: Doc Märtens and his partner Herbert Funck were the German pioneers of upcycling.


    Business boomed: at the end of the 1950s, Märtens and Funck entered the international business and the British shoe manufacturer R. Griggs acquired the patent rights for the UK. The design got a refresh and its USPs, which still provide the cult factor of the brand - like the iconic yellow stitching and the air-cushioned AirWair sole. The first release in the new look: April 1, 1960. The new name of the first model: Dr. Martens 1460.


    Talking 'bout my generation: Dr. Martens as a pop culture icon


    Initially, the Docs were a new shoe essential for the British working class, as mailmen and factory workers in particular appreciated the leather lace-up boots with rubber soles. But the hype was not long in coming: especially the working class subcultures wore the raw lace-up boots by Dr. Martens to shout out loud with their style: We're working class and we're proud. First and foremost: British movements like skinheads and punks - with ska or rock in their ears and Dr. Martens on their feet.


    And the way to the Main Stage? Pete Townshend, guitarist of The Who, paved the way. As a symbol of working class pride, he wore Docs on the big stages - and forever linked the shoe with the rebellious attitude of an energetic youth culture. Grunge, emo and nu-metal followed - and to this day there is no festival where someone doesn't jump into the mosh pit wearing Dr. Martens.


    Even if the drive of these subcultures is a little less bashing today - Doc Martens still stand for freedom-loving individuality and consciously oppose the fast fashion trend with longevity and sustainable quality. And alternatives with vegan leather are now also conquering the market and show: No matter who you are or what you want to be - with Docs you'll find your way.

    Dr Martens Audrick 3 Eye Shoe Black Nappa Lx
    Dr Martens 1460 Vintage Ankle Boots Black
    Dr Martens Men Boots Business

    Choose your Docs: shoe models from Dr. Martens


    Comfortable low shoes, trendy boots with platform or the classic 8-hole lace-up: alternative sneaker lovers and fashion-conscious music fans can choose between numerous models and colors at Dr. Martens. Get an overview of the cult shoe classics here:


        • 1460 - the evergreen: Just as you know Dr. Martens - as a sturdy leather boot with an 8-eyelet lacing, yellow sewing thread and a thick sole made of rubber.
        • 1461 - the mid-high: Released one year after the 1460: The 1461 dispenses with the high shaft and becomes a casual everyday shoe with 3-eyelet lacing. The characteristic heel loop is dropped, the yellow stitching remains.
        • 2976 - the Chelsea: Docs without laces, but with side rubber band inserts along the ankle. A Dr. Martens that moves from a Combat look to an Elevated Chic with its Chelsea boot style.
        • 101 - The Lower: The 1460's shaft too high for you? Here comes the 101 - the 6-hole boot with the comfortable shaft height. Otherwise, the silhouette stays the way you love it: with an AirWair sole, heel loop, yellow stitching thread and maximum comfort.
        • Jadon - the flashy: The 1460 in edgy: the sole of the Jadon lace-up boots is higher than regular Dr. Martens, with platform sizes varying - some models make it to 5.6 inches.
        • Pascal - the soft one: the Dr. Martens Pascal is a variant of the 1460 classic. The difference: the leather is a bit more supple and has a slightly textured surface. When it comes to color design, Pascals are also extra unusual - thanks to colorful shades or patterns with eye-catching potential.

    In addition to the Dr. Martens Classics, the brand has also developed other models over the years - such as Dr. Martens sandals, loafers or collabos with other brands and designers. Can't make up your mind? You can find a selection of the best Docs in Asphaltgold's online store.

    Dr Martens Audrick 3 Eye Shoe Black Nappa Lx
    Dr Martens Audrick 8 Eye Boot Cobblestone Grey
    Dr Martens Women

    Put some Jeans On: The best styles with Dr. Martens for men and women


    From classic lace-up boots to iconic Chelsea: Docs are for everyone. That's why Dr. Martens go with both men's and women's outfits. Our favorite go-to combo: Docs and jeans. This is not only a match of two working class icons, but an absolutely stylish choice that still leaves you room for your individual style. For example, wear the boots in a punk look with ripped skinny jeans or let a wide pant leg casually fall over the boots. Absolutely Insta-worthy: The half-high 1461 with rolled-up jeans and eye-catching Socks.


    A plus for the ladies: No matter the model, Dr. Martens are the perfect complement to skirts or dresses. Many women also choose to make a deliberate style break by mixing romantic patterns like floral prints or ruffle designs with chunky, black Doc lace-up boots. You want some grunge? Then pair your Dr. Martens with a black mini skirt and fishnet tights.


    Vintage lovers, take note: Some shoe models from Dr. Martens process leather types that intentionally reveal nicks, scuffs and discolorations in the used look - depending on how long you wear the shoes. This gives the Docs their very own character that is true to yourself.


    Last but not least: the lacing! There are probably 1,000 ways you can attach your laces. Be creative and try your hand: From special lacing techniques to colors - the personalized look turns your Docs directly into a unique eye-catcher.


    And you should walk 500 Miles: Break in Dr. Martens properly


    If you already own a pair of Docs, you know: No pain, no gain. After all, the tough leather of the lace-up boots first has to soften before it unfolds its full comfort. However, there are a few tips on how you can make the breaking-in phase a little easier:


        • Do try this at home: wear your new Dr. Martens in your own four walls first. The advantage: If your feet hurt, you can take them off right away - and you won't be surprised with blisters at the end of a long walk.
        • Work it: Your hands can do some of the work for your feet by kneading the leather before you wear them. Don't worry: the durable material can take it.
        • Protection is Key: Thick socks work wonders when you want to break in your Dr. Martens. This way, you'll protect your skin from friction and pressure points with an extra layer of fabric.
        • Lace-up: Lace-up is another way to make break-in time a little easier. The trick is to leave the top two eyelets free when you break in and tie the laces together with a wraparound around your ankle. This gives the shoe a little more flexibility until the leather is soft enough.


    All in all, walk it. The comfort that awaits you will be worth it. And what would Dr. Martens be if the relief went away after you wore them in? That's right: not your shoe.


    Dr. Martens vegan and made of leather in the Asphaltgold online store.


    Best workmanship with long-lasting quality: there are hardly any other lace-up boot brands that have more character than Dr. Martens. "Music is the heartbeat of the brand" - as the brand itself writes. So with a pair of Docs, you'll put yourself on the big stage - whether in a grunge look or as a trendy fashionette with a Docs summer dress combo.


    At Asphaltgold, you'll find a curated selection of the cult shoes. In addition to the classic 1460, the range includes stylish loafers, for example, which exude a touch of edginess with the typical Dr. Martens sole. Or click through the variants of 1461 low shoes in different colors and discover your style - express yourself with Dr. Martens.