Dr Martens lilac brooklee boot girls junior boot £28.99 @ Schuh
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Dr Martens lilac brooklee boot girls junior boot £28.99 @ Schuh

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Found 24th AprEdited by:"fulous"
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This classic silhouette oozes fierce attitude for your little trouble maker as it arrives with all the signature Dr Martens DNA. The kids' Brooklee Boot boasts a glossy patent leather upper in sweet lilac while a sturdy AirWair sole unit completes.

  • UPPER: Patent leather
  • LINING: Fabric
  • OUTSOLE: AirWair
  • TECH FEATURE: Zipper fastening

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Product Code: 8302013780
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Nice! Good price.

I got my daughter a pair of the Adventure Time DMs a few months ago, I find that the zips tend to work themselves a little loose after a couple of hours...
Ordered, pity the pink ones are still £60 though
Thanks - just ordered for my girls as their current ones are getting too small. Also saved an extra 15% using my last review discount code - ended up with 2 pairs for less than the original cost for 1!
Size up to 2 at this price, 4&5 available for 38.99
chunky_teddy56 m ago

Size up to 2 at this price, 4&5 available for 38.99


Up to Size 3. I think Size 4 and upwards are not considered juniors, moreso, a lot of grown women wear size 5.
Perfect, just ordered a pair for myself and daughter, ready for a festival we’re going to. She will love these. Thank you. Heat added
It's not leather! I tried on one of these and they were not comfortable as the upper material was not leather.
Kids sizes
mymymy3 h, 4 m ago

Kids sizes


The description says junior so.. yes.
2.02% TCB
Just ordered DDs first bovver boots. So proud!
ordered (£10 more for size 4 and 5 but still a bargain). Free next day delivery too. Also 15% off future purchases if you refer a friend
aym2807 h, 7 m ago

It's not leather! I tried on one of these and they were not comfortable as …It's not leather! I tried on one of these and they were not comfortable as the upper material was not leather.


It is leather, and its called patent leather, just google it up to understand how they make it. One of the best treatment for leather which makes it weather proof. Also the shoes will have another new/second life when all the coating is gone (as may be the case with young kids) and they will then look like regular leather shoes you are used to...
Those who are familiar with Dr. Martens will tell you that comfort and fit comes with age for these. you cannot expect a comfort fit right from the box, you have to "wear them in" and that's a known fact and actually one of their selling point...
Edited by: "fulous" 25th Apr
fulous8 h, 1 m ago

It is leather, and its called patent leather, just google it up to …It is leather, and its called patent leather, just google it up to understand how they make it. One of the best treatment for leather which makes it weather proof. Also the shoes will have another new/second life when all the coating is gone (as may be the case with young kids) and they will then look like regular leather shoes you are used to...Those who are familiar with Dr. Martens will tell you that comfort and fit comes with age for these. you cannot expect a comfort fit right from the box, you have to "wear them in" and that's a known fact and actually one of their selling point...


Thank you for the info. Very useful.
fulous22 h, 40 m ago

It is leather, and its called patent leather, just google it up to …It is leather, and its called patent leather, just google it up to understand how they make it. One of the best treatment for leather which makes it weather proof. Also the shoes will have another new/second life when all the coating is gone (as may be the case with young kids) and they will then look like regular leather shoes you are used to...Those who are familiar with Dr. Martens will tell you that comfort and fit comes with age for these. you cannot expect a comfort fit right from the box, you have to "wear them in" and that's a known fact and actually one of their selling point...


The leather is not half the quality it once was. Now that the majority of the lower ranges are made in Thailand the leather quality has fallen off a cliff, still a good shoe, but it no way justifies it's overinflated rrp. Much rougher on the inside, you'll need to wear long socks for a long time before they become anywhere near comfortable. Twenty years ago I was getting the British made shoes out of the local farm shop for £20 so given inflation they should be £30-40 now. Not £60+ for a foreign made shoe.
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