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Dr. Martens Men's 1460 8-Eye Combat Boot

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Dr. Martens Men's 1460 8-Eye Combat Boot

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Dr. Marten keeps it clean and classic with these streamlined 1460 8 Eye Boots.
  • Camouflage suede, leather, or patent leather upper in a combat-inspired lace-up boot with a round toe
  • 8 eye lace-up front
  • Soft leather and fabric lining
  • Cushioning EVA insole
  • Flexible rubber midsole with signature contour yellow stitching
  • Durable traction rubber Dr. Martens Air Cushion® outsole
  • 1 ¼ inch square heel

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Aron asked: I'm after size 10uk but am worried about what it's equivalnt too which is 11OT.What does this mean,is it to do with the width?.I'm after a 10uk probably medium.Your help would be much appreciated-Thanks in advance

  • Aron: "Actually I've just got an email back from Dr Martens support stating"Thanks for your inquiry. We are unfamiliar with the term "OT" and do not use this with our sizing".What to do now? I'm now hoping now "11OT" is a typo? Cheers Aron"
  • Aron: "Excuse me Emily,where does it tell me what OT means?I've looked on this site and found OT means "other".Then I'm told to ask the manufacturer.I currently am but,why should I when it is Shoesdotcom selling the shoes?Doesn't Shoesdotcom research their product or what they're stating? Thanks, Aron B"
  • Emily (staff): "Hello, Here is a link to our size conversion chart to help answer your question. http://www.shoes.com/en-US/Content/FitAssist.aspx?refreshcache=Y Thanks, Shoes.com"