Dr. Martens continues to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the iconic 1460 boot. This time the model receives a militarist breakthrough with the hand of WTAPS.
This year Dr. Martens to celebrate the 60th anniversary of his most representative piece, has collaborated with a number of artists and creatives, each of whom has reinterpreted the style of the boot in his own way. On 28 November it will be the turn of Wtaps, giving the model a palpable military touch.
Who is Wtaps?
Japanese brand born in Tokyo in 1996, known for its militaristic aesthetics. His collections are continuously influenced by subcultures and contemporary. Subcultures that outline the unmistakable character of “1460“. The bond with the Japanese streetwear brand could only be a really deep bond.
The indentikit of boots
WTAPS x Dr. Martens 1460 Remastered comes with an upper with the classic premium leather, with the coordinates of the shop Dr. Martens in Tokyo engraved on the side. No more strings and welcome buckles! Easier to wear and give boots a hyper military look. To complete the whole a steel tip with WT logo, for real fighters!
Tell me when and where!
On the official website is active the countdown to access the purchase. The sale will start online on November 28 at 7.00. The price? Still nothing official but rumor is that it is around £ 250.00.
It is the right occasion for those who, terribly fond of the classic 1460 model and with fear of change, want to give a little original touch to their look. Dare but not too much!
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