Which factory in England are the Dr. Martens handcrafted?
Martens’ only UK factory on Cobbs Lane in Wollaston, Northamptonshire. The iconic 1460 boots were made here for the first time in 1960. This is where Dr. Martens makes it’s iconic Made in England collection.
Are made in England docs worth it?
It’s worth buying the higher quality made in England version. They really do use better leather, stains, and workmanship. Like all Docs, there is no arch support, and they’re uncomfortable for about a month after you first start wearing them. The joy about these shoes comes when they’re good and broken in.
Are Dr. Martens made in Vietnam?
The tour really opened our eyes to how much work goes into a pair of Dr. Martens and how the process doesn’t change when you leave the UK; all the shoes made in Vietnam follow the exact same processes and Dr. Martens also hold them to the same high expectations for quality.
Can Dr. Martens made in England be resoled?
Martens boots can be resoled to their original state, but cobblers can work on them so you can use the shoes again.
Are Dr. Martens still made in Northampton?
Although most of its boots are now made overseas, about 70,000 a year are still made at the Northampton factory.
Where are Doc Martens work boots made?
Doc Marten boots are primarily famous for their cushioned soles and welted construction, making them comfortable and durable. The shoes also feature yellow stitching. Their Design Studio is located in London, but most of the boots are manufactured in China and Thailand.