If you've kept up with past collaborative efforts from Norse Projects, you'll be familiar with how selective the Copenhagen-based brand can be when it comes to choosing partners.

Now for 2016, Norse aligns with English heritage label Dr. Martens for three reworked versions of the 3-Eye Steed shoe. Manufactured using the original factory processes that the Dr. Martens brand was founded on, the made-in-England derby shoes are crafted from water-resistant Repello suede uppers, in combination with custom padded tongues in ripstop nylon, locking down the military-inspired, utilitarian aesthetic. Each shoe is further rounded out by a classic “Bouncing sole” unit and solid Goodyear welt.

The shoe will be available in black, white and oxblood iterations starting Friday, April 29 online from norseprojects.com, as well as in-store and online from Norse Store.

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