The latest collaboration between A-COLD-WALL* and Dr. Martens is a sharp rework of two defining silhouettes: the 1461 shoe and the 1460 boot. Retaining the angular features and exaggerated side profile seen in previous collaborations, these refined boots are crafted with the iconic yellow welt stitching that makes them unequivocally DMs. Collaboration now offline.

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The new double-height Bex Neoteric sole is the foundation for this latest meeting of subcultures. This lightweight base with two-part construction features deconstructed detailing inspired by stark Brutalist architecture. The upper is crafted from smooth black leather, with contrast matt rivets, graphic panelling and metallic foil branding. A cocooned lace system evokes uniformity, while white upper stitching and a translucent sole reflect an evolved expression of style.

These two brands stand together in the meeting point between traditional workwear and avant-garde style. Since the first pair of Dr. Martens was released in 1960, they have been synonymous with individuality, and were soon adopted as a hallmark for creatives, musicians and youth cultures.

Since the first collaboration in 2020, the unique utilitarian design philosophy of A-COLD-WALL* founder Samuel Ross has consistently deconstructed and elevated the Original Icons. This is a partnership defined by forensic architectural reinterpretation simultaneously stripping back and exaggerating common threads of brand DNA.