Dr. Martens 2296 Wellington NS

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Dr. Martens 2296 Wellington NS
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Feel secure on the jobsite and off in the rugged Dr. Martens 2296 NS Wellington Boot. This men's rigger boot boasts a double-stitched leather upper with side loops for easy pull-on and generous padding at the ankle for stability and protection. Interior comfort is provided by a breathable mesh lining and cushioned EVA footbed, backed up by a supportive wood shank and shock-resistant heel. The Dr. Martens 2296 Non-Steel Wellington Boot is assembled using long-lasting Goodyear welt construction and finished with a durable PVC sole, aggressively lugged for slip-resistant traction in unpredictable conditions.
The 2296 Wellington non-steel pull-up boot from Dr. Martens® is a heavy-duty shoe built to perform in the most demanding of environments where comfort and durability is a must!
Features water-resistant, full-grain Volcano leather uppers with leather side pull loops.
*Volcano is a worn and distressed leather with water-resistant properties for a rugged appearance.
Padded ankle locking supports.
Double-stitched detailing.
Nylon mesh lining with removable EVA footbed.
Fully cushioned, contoured insole.
Classic Dr. Martens® grooved sidewall with 360° yellow stitching.
Standard wood shank.
Stitch-welted construction.
Translucent SAF patented air-cushioned sole that's slip-resistant to oil, fat, petrol and alkali.
ASTM rated for Electrical Hazard (EH) protection.
Available in wide widths.
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Circumference:14 in
Heel Height:1 1⁄4 in
Shaft:10 in
Weight:1 lb 15 oz
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Dr. Martens 2296 Wellington NS Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

This dress is completely adorable. I recently had to find a cocktail dress for a formal event but I wanted to look young and fresh while still being sophisticated. The blue is a bit darker than portrayed but the fabric is perfectly smooth and silky. The bodice also has boning underneath for extra support, and the bow in the back is too cute.
Elizabeth B - customer at Zappos.com on 12/22/2008
I have not been able to find any boot that properly fits my 13 EEEEE feet until I tried these Docs in 14 wide. They are a perfect fit and very comfortable when I wear them all day.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 02/18/2012
Amazing fit, broke in within a few hours of walking around at work. Great for very cold morning motorcycle rides and being in business attire at work!
Tim G - customer at Zappos.com on 01/20/2012
I work in the Oilfield and I have tried five different types of boots and then found these. I will never buy anything else!
Jim B - customer at Zappos.com on 03/03/2012

Neutral Reviews:

First off, no complaints for Zappos. They do have very good customer service. A+ in that respect. With that being said, I'm not thrilled with these boots. They aren't bad by any means, but they aren't really all that special. Originally, I wanted to find a comfortable slip-on boot; these seemed to fit the bill. So, after waiting a little bit, exploring the competition, I decided to go with good ol' docs. I mean, what could go wrong, eh? Wow. Dr. Marten's quality has really gone down hill. Granted the vast majority of them AREN'T made in the UK anymore, but I didn't think the difference would be this drastic. Now that's not to say I hate these boots by any means, but they aren't at all like oldschool docs. I'm convinced the right boot was manufactured incorrectly because it is MUCH tighter around the instep and ankle than the boot on the left. Given that both my feet are nearly identical, which is rarer than most people think, it seems to me like there was some production error. Nevertheless, after a breaking in period, these boots feel pretty good; certainly well enough to get by wearing regularly. All in all, I'd do them again.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 12/09/2011