Founded in 1999 by a vintage-clothing-hoarder known as Daiki Suzuki, Engineered Garments takes its name from a pattern maker's comment that these clothes were more engineered than designed. Taking cues from his extensive archive of sportswear, work wear and highly-functional military garb, each piece from Engineered Garments has more details than you'd ever notice. The dress shirts have single needle stitching for a smoother shape, the t-shirts have cross collars to avoid stretching and the jackets have loads of pockets for whatever it is that people put in pockets. Detail is everything...
Sticking rigidly by the utilitarian principles that fuse the two brands together, Dr. Martens fifth collaboration with Engineered Garments subtly nods back to that infamous first pair with an 'overly engineered' asymmetric lace system that stretches down one side of the shoe. They're built from black Smooth leather or milkshake Hi Suede – two robust, versatile shades equally at home in a work or downtime uniform. Signature DM's markings, yellow welt stitching and twin scripted heel loops are all here alongside elevated details: a silver-foiled sock liner and a secondary pair of two-tone laces to enable customisation.
- milkshake hi suede WP leather upper
- tan leather lining
- asymmetric lacing design
- tonal/yellow hike primary laces
- tonal secondary lace
- antique silver D-rings and tonal eyelets
- 387 last
- iconic trans DMS sole
- black welt and yellow stitch
- black and yellow scripted heel and tongue loops
- tan leather sicklier with silver foiled logos
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