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Dr. Martens 1460 Python Suede Grey, Chaussures Bateau Femme
- Dessus: Autres Cuir
- Doublure: Non doublé
- Semelle intérieure: Sans doublure
- Matériau de semelle: Caoutchouc
- Semelle intérieure amovible: false
- Type de talons: Plat
- Hauteur de talons: 2.5 centimètres
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Pas la boîte d'origine dr Martens
Une boîte standard blanche à la place
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The bad: They are not made with black leather. They are made with a brown leather covered in a black vinyl. In my opinion the colors clash, but I didn't think that would be a problem as the interior is never seen. Now that I have worn them for two weeks minor scuffs have appeared on the toes. Even through the MINOR scuffing you can easily see the brown leather underneath meaning as this shoe ages that brown leather is going to become more and more visible, making the age of the shoe far more visible. That being said I would not consider this shoe good for longevity, which is one of the major selling points of Dr. Martens. They are supposed to last forever. I have Dr. Martens made in the early 90's that look better than this shoe will in 1 year.
I knew the manufacturing of this boot has been outsourced, but they went way cheaper in material quality than I would have thought for a 170 dollar shoe. The hooks for the laces are actually closed loop holes that the lace has to be threaded through so fast lacing is not a thing. I can tell they are not made using a high quality metal. they are not actual brass, they are a cheaper metal that has been.
The laces they come with are an absolute joke. They feel papery, and they are extremely thin for how heavy this boot is. I immediately had to replace with new laces as I could not even lace them tight enough with the ones provided. They were so bad I cannot imagine these were the original laces provided by Dr. Marten. I don't even understand how laces of that poor quality could be ok for any shoe.
All that said, these were the first pair of brand new Dr. Martens I had ever bought. I had read a lot that quality was going down in these shoes, but that they were still worth it. This shoe would be worth it if it could be found for 100 dollars, but I would not pay that much ever again for a new pair of Dr. Martens. They are so cool looking and SO comfy that it makes it worth it, but the price I paid was for longevity of the shoe. I think I will have to frequently use a shoe repair kit to maintain the color of the boot in hopes that it will dye the light brown leather beneath. Who knows how long the vinyl will last anyway. I say this hoping to be wrong, but I predict it will peel in 1-2 years of heavy use (I intend to wear these every day I work.) (Also, my job is not very "dirty", I just stand a lot- I DO NOT recommend for a dirty job! They could not handle the abrasions)