It’s our birthday but we’d much rather celebrate the people who’ve made us who we are today (that’s you). Scroll down to see our wearers rockin’ their Doc’s and to learn more about each style.
The 1460 was named after the date of its creation, 1st April, 1960. It was the first style to roll off the line at our factory in Northamptonshire and it still looks good, right?
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The 1461 was worn by political protesters in the 70s and 80s, when in fact it was originally made for workers. Today it’s embraced as a statement of self-expression across the globe.
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Ours was first produced in the early 70s, but the Chelsea dates back to the Victorian era. Still as stylish today as they ever were, and (bonus) no laces.
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