dealsdr. marten’s most popular 1460 classic boots sale…

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I have never worn actual Doc Martens but ive bought three pairs.Be careful, the knock offs fall apart in a few months.

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I used to own a pair that a friend brought over for me from London years ago. I wore them daily and they were still in good shape when I outgrew them. Unfortunately they are no longer made in England so I can't speak for their quality now.

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Save your money and get a pair that's actually made in England. I've had both the Chinese ones and the English ones and guess which ones are still nice and wearable after a few months.

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Its not class or ideology
color creed or roots
the only thing that unites us
is Doctor Martens boots!

0.1% of you will get this.

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Or the percentage of people that know how to use Google. . .

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@jaywarrietto: Do you mean to buy used? As far as I can see, all of their manufacturing is now overseas...

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@jaywarrietto: I worked for Dr Marten and can tell you that most Dr Martens are currently produced in China. Only 1 line is made in England and these products make up a very small percentage of the Docs in the market. The quality of the Chinese product is very high.

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I'm wearing a pair of Docs from China and they've lasted me just as long as the old timey ones that I used to wear. Quality is as good as the old ones and I also get compliments on them wherever I go.

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ive had several pair over my years. original boots, steel toe boots and 3 pair of the shoes. i was a firm supporter for many years. when i tried another shoe though my feet thanked me and ive never gone back to them...i still have them though haha.

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I had bought a pair of Made In England docs, wore them out, bought the identical pair again, wore them out and then bought a third pair. These were made in China. They were terrible, returned them and took my money elsewhere.

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If your feet roll in or out in any significant way, these are not the shoes for you. I learned that the hard way. My feet roll out pretty badly and after a few months of regular wear, it became too painful to wear them anymore.

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@teevoo: If you pay through the sphincter you can get UK-made Docs from the website. Better to just keep your eyes peeled at thrift stores, and be prepared to replace the insoles.