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I've had my Dr. Martens Jenny boots for about 3 years now, and they are still going strong. I paid about £90 for them 3 years ago, if you search online you can pick up a pair for around £100 now. I have these in the tan colour pictured above, and I also remember them being available in a dark brown colour and a black colour as well.
I chose the tan colour for the sole reason that the rubber Dr Martens sole was less noticeable on the tan colour. On the black, the rubber sole really stood out as it's effectively a clear translucent rubber sole attached with yellow stitching. I thought that this gave the boots a much younger and trendier look than I was after. The sole on my tan boots (and the dark brown) is (was) a slightly brown tinted rubber and so it appears to be less noticeable. The stitching is still yellow, although on my tan pair it has discoloured over time, and I'm actually glad about that as it blends in with the sole and the boots more now, and it's less noticeable.
I have these boots in my regular size 5 and and they fit perfectly, they are actually quite a wide fitting boot and this makes them really comfortable with lots of room for my little fat feet. The leg width on these is perfect for my fat calves too, I have plenty of room around my calves when I wear these over tights or leggings or with bare legs, and I can even very easily pull these up over my skinny jeans too.
These are leather boots, and the leather is very good quality. My boots have lasted very well, and although they are definitely looking much shabbier now than they did 3 years ago it's a very 'lived in' shabby look rather than a 'tatty' shabby look. These have sturdy rubber Dr. Martens soles, and the soles have a decent amount of grip to them. The rubber soles make the boots very cushioned and comfortable, I can wear these all day and walk for miles and miles in these with no discomfort whatsoever.
These are calf height boots, and they actually have two looks, or two ways to wear them. You can choose to wear them pulled all the way up as in the Dooyoo picture above, Or you can choose to wear them with the tops of the boots folded over which will expose the faux fur lining of the boots. I think that folding the tops of the boots over and exposing the faux fur lining creates a more wintery look, and that pulling them all the way up creates a more biker chick look. These are definitely a casual looking boot, however I can pair these with a short dress and make them look slightly smarter, not smart enough to wear to work though.
These are pull on boots, and they are very easy to pull on and off. They have little tabs at the sides of the tops of the boots to put your fingers in and pull them on with. The faux fur lining in these keeps my feet and legs lovely and toasty and warm on cold winter days. Although these are Dr. Martens boots, they don't scream 'Doc's' at you, especially in the tan colour. They do have the Dr. Martens logo embossed in the leather on the heel, but even so I've had lots of people ask me where I got these from, and then they've been surprised when I've told them that they're Dr. Martens boots.
I've worn these boots to death, and I've definitely had my money's worth. I may even consider getting another pair this year seeing as how they actually seem widely available online still, maybe the dark brown this time for a change though. These have been toasty and warm, and ever so comfortable. They look really nice on and they've stayed looking good for the time that I've had them.