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Dr. Martens' New Hardware Collection Is Made for Your Dark Side

Chunkier than ever.

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Dr. Martens' New Hardware Collection Is Made for Your Dark Side

Chunkier than ever.

Dr. Martens recently unveiled its party-ready collection of sequin-adorned footwear but if you’re in the market for something a little more classic – and a lot less sparkly – then the new Hardware collection might be just what you need.

Arriving for SS19, the Hardware collection comprises of three silhouette, all in a timeless black finish with visible stitching and the black and yellow branded heel tab. The Sinclair boot has a classic 8-eye style and a smooth leather upper and features a zipper across the tongue, allowing you to either lace-up the traditional way or forgo the laces entirely in favor of an easier way to slip the boots on and off. Completing the edgy look is an ultra-chunky Quad Retro sole.

Next up, there’s the Caspian boot, also with an 8-eye construction but with an elongated neck that winds its way up to calf-height. Design details on this statement silhouette include the double-buckle fastening at the top and a stacked midsole. For a low-top option, there’s the Caraya Pisa shoe in a matte leather finish with a textured tongue, topped off with wide ribbon laces and D-ring details.

Browse through the Hardware lineup in the gallery above and get ready for them to drop on Dr. Martens’ web store and select retailers later this month. In related news, have you seen the brand’s collaboration with Marc Jacobs?

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