Iconic British label Dr. Martens has long been a leader in progressive footwear design and durability. Launched in 1960, the brand released a revolutionary concept with its groundbreaking “AirWair with Bouncing Soles” technology, bringing air-cushioned soles and stylish construction to the everyday workman’s boot.
Now, over 56 years later, Dr. Martens returns with yet another game-changing concept with its new “DM’s Lite” shoe. Merging the brand’s associated comfort and utilitarian sensibilities with an ultra-lightweight sole and fashion-meets-athletic appeal, the DM’s Lite is offered in three different styles – Newton 8-Eye Boot, Cavendish 3-Eye Shoe and Edison Tassel Loafer – and comes in both black and cherry red leather colorways.
Additional features include a SoftWair memory foam insole, moisture-wicking technology coated on the exterior, and trademark yellow stitching and grooved sidewall.
See how Dr. Martens are made by checking out these photos from when we toured the brand’s UK factory.