Dr Martens launches new sandal collection and it's perfect for summer
26th April 2021

DR Martens has launched their latest summer collection with new twists on classic pairs, and we want them all.

With new updates on classic styles, in a range of colours, styles and even heights – they are perfect for summer.

The new summer collection includes what Dr Martens is calling "some of their most innovative sandals" to date.

  • Dr Martens Summer Collection, from £89 – buy here

With fresh updates on much loved classics including Clarrisa, and Voss sandals, it's a must have for fashion fans who want comfort, but to remain chic.

Available from drmartens.co.uk, prices start at £89 and are available in sizes 3- 9 for women, and 3 – 13 for men.

The collection includes much loved classics and new season silhouettes, and are perfect for a Dr Martens fan this summer.

Old favourites including Gryphon, a triple strap sandal, Clarrisa, a gladiator style, and the legendary Voss sandals are back in Dr Martens traditional leather and vegan leather.

But if you're looking for something a little different, the new seasonal styles are packed full of twists on the classics for 2021.

Shoppers can choose from the updated Voss 2, with two interlocking straps rather than one, available in black, white, and two fluffy styles.

There's also the new Voss Quad which is a plantform twist on the original style.

We love the new Francis Leather straps, with an uber cool Quad sole.

We're also loving new Olson sandal, a zip up gladiator style, and the two new silver colourways of the iconic Clarissa and Gryphon sandal – which both scream summer.

All the original and new Dr Martens sandals are available from drmartens.co.uk now.

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