Brand: UNDERCOVER x Dr. Martens

Model: 1461

Key Features: This collaborative features two one-off versions of the 1461 shoe. The shoe are made from patent lamper leather featuring bold statements from Undercover including "Balance & Chaos" and "We Make Noise Not Clothes."

Release Date: October 26

Price: TBC

Buy: Dr. Martens

Editor’s Notes: Dr. Marten and Jun Takahashi's Undercover are teaming up again for FW19. After giving us summer punk vibes with its Women's 1460 model, the Japanese fashion imprint creates two one-off versions of the classic 1461 shoe.

The collab will be available in a black and tan version, each with a Goodyear-welted construction- yellow stitching, a DMS sole, dual shoelaces, and a special dual-brand shoe box. Signature bold statements from Undercover are embossed on the vamp including "Balance & Chaos" and "We Make Noise Not Clothes."

The UNDERCOVER x Dr. Martens collaboration will be available October 26 on Dr. Marten's website.

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