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- Full-grain leather upper
- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 6.75" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.25"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Boot opening measures approximately 11" around
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Lace low boot
Channel your fierce inner girl rocker with the 1460 boot from Dr. Martens. Its iconic leather upper is spiced up with vivid attitude while the thick lug sole puts that certain toughness in the silhouette. Lace up a perfect fit and hit the town like a rock star in this fun find.
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B006O2O162
- Item model number: 1460 W Patent Lamper
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Make no mistake friends, acquainting your feet to these hurts so much. I only wore them to my short shifts (I'm a barista, I'm on my feet a bunch). My dogs were barking like mad by the time I got home, and it seemed like every time I put them on I got a new blister.
But after four total shifts (maybe 16-20 hours overall of wear), it happened. I could wear them and not only would my feet not be screaming balls of excruciating blisters and pus, my feet didn't even ache!
I have fragile little baby feet that typically require insoles with incredible arch support, and I even bought some boot insoles in preparation. But honestly, I didn't even need them.
It's been over a month since I broke these boots in, but I got to say that it was worth it. These Docs are so comfortable that I forget I'm even wearing them sometimes. Plus they're pretty slip-resistant and they don't track, which is notable in my line of work.
These are my new favorite boots and I'm hoping they last me a nice long while, because I'm in no hurry to break in a new pair!
As you can see from the photo, 1460 (the navy one) is flatter, 1460w (the red one) tilts up, which makes less room for the feet. My feet are little wide but can't say they are thick, I feel pressed in 1460w. 1460 is absolutely more comfortable.
1460 (uni-sex) sounds rougher while 1460w more girly, the wired thing is that the front of 1460w is wider than 1460! Not the room for the feet, but the sole. If you wear bigger shoes, you'll not notice much. Size 6 (US) with wider sole looks odd.
The only good thing about 1460w is that even you don't tie the lace well the shoes fit tight, since there's not much room for movement. While 1460 you need to tie well.
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These are still too tight almost a year later. But I love them