Traditionally, Dr. Martens is best known for its 1460 boot and 1461 shoe, however, this latest release is the imprint’s latest addition to its ever-evolving casual range. The boot has been crafted from a lightweight, wearable mix of Ajax leather and Extra Tough 50/50 — which is a strong and flexible synthetic fabric that’s made with 50% recycled materials.
Additionally, the heavy-set shoe features a new lace-to-toe system which is anchored with webbing and inspired by Dr. Marten’s AirWair heel loop. For the outer, the boot is designed with a 2.1″ Tarian outsole which is made with comfortable, cemented construction that’s complemented with deep groves for added traction. Rounding off the design, the Tarian sole is finished with the brand’s customary yellow stitching.
You can have a closer look at the new Boury Utility Boot from Dr. Martens above and it is available now on the brand’s official website.
In other footwear news, take a look at the new KEEN and Engineered Garments collaboration.