Dr. Martens Men’s 2976 Felix Rub Off Chelsea Boot, black, 6 Men/7 Women US

Low boot Product Features Air-cushioned, synthetic sole Chelsea-style boot Slip resistant. The upper and sole are heat-sealed and sewn together Classic doc dna

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(as of April 19, 2020 8:24 pm GMT+0200 - Details)

Low boot

Product Features

  • Air-cushioned, synthetic sole
  • Chelsea-style boot
  • Slip resistant. The upper and sole are heat-sealed and sewn together
  • Classic doc dna

Comments

Anonymous says:

Look and fit decent. Made in Vietnam. I am somewhat annoyed at the sizing of Doc MArtens.First, out of the gate they do not have half sizes. Or at least they are not easy to come by. I’ve seen a couple sellers that claim to have 10 1/2 Docs. But they want an arm and a leg for them.Next, there is this thing where Doc Martens run about a half size to a size too large.So to get a size, 10.5 I get a size 10, which is a 9 in British Mens. 43 in Euro.This is a tiny bit tight, but that is how Dealer Boots/Chelseas…

Anonymous says:

Great daily wear boots Solid boots, clean easily, perform well in NY winters when it’s snowing. Good daily boots when you don’t want to be hearing hiking boots to work when it’s snowing outside.They seem very durable. Also, they got more comfortable after several wears.

Anonymous says:

I am a women’s 7 and I ordered a UK 5/Men’s 6 I would give it a 4.5 but thats not an option. I have a pair of these but In maroon. They are a slightly different material. This is more of a matte material. These were also harder to put on than the others but once I got them on they fit. I’m a women’s 7 and ordered a UK5/Men’s6. They do crease easily but that’s not soemthing I care about… it’s a shoe. You do have to break them in a little. Plus they are vegan!! (If they have a white tag on the shoe they are vegan)

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