Dr. Martens releases new and improved work safety boots

By Nell Walker
In celebration of its 57th birthday, Dr. Martens has unveiled an update to its original Icon 7B10 work boot, called the HYTEN S1P. The shoe company h...

In celebration of its 57th birthday, Dr. Martens has unveiled an update to its original Icon 7B10 work boot, called the HYTEN S1P.

The shoe company has championed safety and worker welfare since 1960, and the S1P is a modern twist on the original Dr. Martens boot. Comfortable and protective, they are made of soft milled leather uppers with an internal steel toe cap (exceeding European Standard), anti-static properties, and an anti-penetration mid-sole. The external sole boasts excellent grip, slip, and puncture resistance to ensure the best possible protection against any risk in a manufacturing environment.

The HYTEN S1P is the latest evolution of the popular and iconic 7B10 safety boot, both of which are based on the original style with the instantly-recognisable yellow stitching, grooved sole, branded heel loop, and the durable, comfortable style Dr. Martens is known for.

The HYTEN S1P is available in Overload Black in UK sizes 3-13.

 

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