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Dr Martens Modern Classics 8 Eye Boots (5 colours) was £75 now £38 @ john lewis
Dr Martens Modern Classics 8 Eye Boots (5 colours) was £75 now £38 @ john lewis

Dr Martens Modern Classics 8 Eye Boots (5 colours) was £75 now £38 @ john lewis

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Dr Martens

Heel Height Low

Shoe Material Leather

Shoe Style Ankle Boots

22 Comments

Bargain! just ordered a purple pair:)

nooooo! none in my size in purple!! (not that i can afford them anyway, but hey ho....!) heat added

Awww they are out of size 6 in purple. If anybody finds a really good deal on the 6s in purple please can you post?

Thank you :-)
Edited by: "Happymonday" 13th Feb 2011

Good fighting boots!!! Hot for me (_;)

nineteen pounds and ninety nine p

Takes me back to the 70's at Molineux , but Hawkins Astronauts 11 eye were far better quality than Doc's
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Soon everybody will be wearing those boots with the air filled soles.

im just going to list in F/S a shiny pale mint colour size 6 and a black size 6 1/2 pair if anyone is looking brand new.

50% of people swear these boots are the most confortable footwear ever, the other 50% swear they are the most uncomfortable. I fall under the second group. No matter how many months of getting them worn in they still just kill my feet.

I got a pair a couple of weeks ago but can't wear them out as they absolutely kill me

belovedmonster

50% of people swear these boots are the most confortable footwear ever, … 50% of people swear these boots are the most confortable footwear ever, the other 50% swear they are the most uncomfortable. I fall under the second group. No matter how many months of getting them worn in they still just kill my feet.



yep im under second half as well, love em but they dont love me

belovedmonster

50% of people swear these boots are the most confortable footwear ever, … 50% of people swear these boots are the most confortable footwear ever, the other 50% swear they are the most uncomfortable. I fall under the second group. No matter how many months of getting them worn in they still just kill my feet.

if you used to trainers then they can hurt

Not the same as they've used to be. Bought a pair of Docs last month and had to send them back. My last pair lasted me 7 years and still going. Nowdays you'll be lucky to use them for 1 year. If you want good DM, pay the price.
Still hot deal, but not so hot boots.

Ah, the footwear of the 1970's thug.

Flombard

nineteen pounds and ninety nine p



Yes they were this price once, Alexi (_;)

All oos now.:(

I take it these aren't the ones with steel toe caps?

I used to wear these for school and I'm no thug...ahh how times change!

Loving the boot, 70 and 80's party coming up and then matches against Millwall and Chelski, will look the part.

Sushi

I got a pair a couple of weeks ago but can't wear them out as they … I got a pair a couple of weeks ago but can't wear them out as they absolutely kill me



With DM's you have to go through a lot of pain to break em. You just have to start with short walks and slowly wear them for longer and longer periods over time.... but still expect blisters on the back of your heel and chafing where the top of the boot rubs against your calf.
They are really comfortable once broken in.

boo hoo, none left in fuschia or purple in my size.

monczek

Not the same as they've used to be. Bought a pair of Docs last month and … Not the same as they've used to be. Bought a pair of Docs last month and had to send them back. My last pair lasted me 7 years and still going. Nowdays you'll be lucky to use them for 1 year. If you want good DM, pay the price.Still hot deal, but not so hot boots.



They do some with a lifetime guarantee, don't they? And that's the rest of your life, not those of the boots or some other strange definition of lifetime guarantee

Granted, it's not these.
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