1460 Vena Boots
by Dr. Martens
1460 Vena use of human veins as pattern is a macabre, Gothic interpretation of the classic 6-eye Dr. Martens boot. The boot's satin interior and silver embroidery on the exterior combines with a set of six thick, oversized eyelets strung with rich velvet laces. It's an elaborate nod to the Victorian era, when clothing was meant to be ornamental, and cadaverous blood vessels held a mysterious, grotesque beauty. The 1460 Vena retains original Doc DNA like the grooved sides and heel loop, but the famous welt stitching and sole is black to the core. It's constructed on the iconic air-cushioned sole, that's oil-and-fat resistant with good abrasion and slip resistanceâand has been since 1960. The boot is Goodyear-welted, meaning the upper and sole are sewn together in a heat-sealed z-welt stitch. The boot features silver embroidery over Satin 250D. Material: Satin.