Dr. Martens( )
The story of the brand, Dr. Martens, dates back to the late 1950's, when a German doctor, Klaus Maertens, met a British industrialist named Bill Griggs who specialized in utility shoes. These two will go on to invent a new type of shoe that became a real phenomenon that spread globally WITHOUT the use of an advertisement campaign. The design, comfort, robustness, and proletarian origin of Dr. Martens has since been an identity symbol of the British culture. Dr. Martens 1460 shoe for children (the iconic model with 8 eyelets) - but also the Dr. Martens shoes for girls, boys, and toddlers - live up to the reputation of their larger counterparts. Printed, colorful, or classic, children will be happy to explore the world in these shoes.