After recent collaborations with Supreme and Colette, Dr. Martens continues to elevate its classic footwear with a new partnership. 

For its latest collaboration, Dr. Martens is teaming up with Copenhagen-based brand Norse Projects. The two will deliver a new take on the 3-eyed Steed shoe. The low profile punk staple is given an upgrade with British water resistant Repello suede in bold black, white, and oxblood colorways, but remains sans the British footwear brand's trademark yellow stitch.

The sleek military-inspired footwear also comes with a custom padded tongue in ripstop nylon, a technical material often used by Norse Projects, and features Air-Wair’s signature “Bouncing sole,” made with a water resistant Goodyear welt and air-cushioned sole for next-level comfort. The handcrafted shoe was made using the original manufacturing process that has been used ever since the first pair of Dr. Martens came off the production line in April 1960.

The collaboration kicks will be available in-store at Norse Projects and online on April 29 and global retailers on May 7.