Staple Scandinavian label Norse Projects have linked up with perennial footwear manufacturers Dr. Martens for a rework of DM’s 3-Eyed Steed Shoe. Both are renowned for the proud heritage in their respective countries and the A+ quality that they put into their products, and by the looks of this collaboration they’ve spared no expense in producing a 3-Eyed Steed worthy to bare the name of both brands.
A true object of superior British and Nordic craftsmanship, this one-of-a-kind collaboration uses the original manufacturing process implemented when the first pair off Doc Marten’s rolled off of the production line in the Cobbs Lane Factory in Wollaston, England, back in 1960. The collection comes in three colourways; black, white and oxblood, with all three shoes featuring a tonal heel tab and welt strips along the outsole.
For a full look at the shoes scroll down to our gallery.