Screaming its Dr Martens DNA out loud, the 1460 Unknown Pleasures is a fascinating update to their iconic original 1460 8-eyelet boot, with heel-loop, z-welt stitching, and a comfortable air-cushioned sole with grooved edges.
Taking inspiration from Joy Divison, the definitive post-punk group, whose vocalist Ian Curtis sang of despair and self-loathing until his tragic suicide in 1980 and their 1979 album Unknown Pleasures; Dr Martens have put a embossed print depiction of the first pulsar - CP1919 on this sensational unisex boot. Taking inspiration from the pulsar's sound print - explosive, raw and intense - much like the sound of the band, Peter Saville was asked by Joy Division to make it into an album cover. Probably originating from Jodrell Bank, this image is iconic on everything from T-shirts to postcards - and now on DM's famous 1460 mens and womens boots!
DM's unisex 1460 Unknown Pleasures keeps its Dr Martens heritage to the core with grooved edges , visible stitching and a black and white embroidered pull tag at the heel; all firmly planted on their instantly recognisable air-wair sole
Jump into these 1460 Unknown Pleasures 8-eyelet boots and take Control but beware, you may never want to take them off again as Curtis sang,"They keep calling me". Get your pair of these fabulous boots from Scorpio now!
Updated March 2016.
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