Following up their range of collaborative 1460 boots last year, Dr. Martens are now focusing on the 60th anniversary of their 1461 3-eye shoe.

Well, to kick off the year of 1461s, Dr. Martens is dropping the 1461 Hearts. It arrives with the brand’s smooth and patent lamper leathers. From here the pair sport heart accents at the backstrap, eyelets and rivets. As well as this, expect the pair to boast Dr. Martens‘ rugged commando BEN sole before being rounded off with yellow welt stitching.

However, it’s not only the 1461 that has received this Valentine’s-suitable revamp. The Devon Heart boot also lands with DIY-inspired heart-shaped buckles securing its two straps. The body of the boot then sits upon the stark 1.5-inch Quad sole. Built from soft, tumbled Aunt Sally leather, the Devon Heart has padded quarters and a padded tongue. Rounding off the boot is the same yellow welt stitching as the 1461.

Dr. Martens’ Hearts collection is available in both white and black, and will drop via in February.

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