Dr. Martens are one of those brands that us Brits love but take for granted whereas everywhere else in the world everyone proper goes mad for them. A prime example being those dapper Danes at Norse projects who alongside DM have reworked their classic 3-eye Steed shoe. Though still made using the original industrial process that the first ever pair of Dr. Martens were made with back in 1960. Available in black, white, and oxblood these new versions feature an upper made from water resistant Repello suede with a custom padded tongue in ripstop nylon as well as a tonal heel tab and welt. Now please don’t take your Air-Wair for granted again or there will be bouncing sole based repercussions.
The Norse Projects x Dr. Martens Steed will be available from the 29th April at norseprojects.com