Also known as Doc's and Dr. Martens very well known for having a yellow stitching that bonds the bubbery air cushion sole. This footwear was developed by Dr. Klaus Märtens of Germany. The first Dr. Martens boots in the United Kingdom came out on 1 April, 1960 (hence known as style 1460 and still in production today) with an eight-eyelet, cherry-red, Nappa leather design. Doc's where first worn by working class people, then later adopted by the skinheads and punk rockers in the late 1960's. Goths, new wavers, and hardcore punks wore them in the 80's then they where adopted by the grungers and skankers in the 90's. Today, Doc's have been gaining popularity back by Indie, bohemians, urban twenty-something's, stoners, even college kids.
Doc Martens carry out many functions. They're great for camping out, riding a bike, kicking A**, getting your A** kicked, keeping your feet warm, looking sexy, being a fashion rebel
Her Doc Martens look cute. My Doc Martens got scuffed while I was breaking a fall on my fixie. I went to the independent art gallery and every five people where sporting a pair of Doc Martens. These Doc Marten feel comfy on my feet.