Dr. Martens' still manufactures much of its iconic shoes in the UK in a specialist factory on Cobbs Lane in Wollaston, Northamptonshire, for the brand's Made in England capsule collection.
The shoes and boots have been made here since 1960, and the proccess today remains exactly the same as it did back then, giving the collection that authentic vintage feel. Some of the designs use heritage British fabrics like Harris Tweed and British Millerain waxed cotton.
Here, watch the entire process of making Docs, from moulding the PVC sole and the leather cutting table, to foil embossing logos and sewing the boots together:
Video via Insider