Founded on the backstreets of Harajuku at the turn of the millennium, ATMOS has grown to become a definitive name on the global sneaker landscape with branches across Japan, as well as in Seoul, New York and most recently Jakarta. With a continued focus on limited edition sneakers, the label now boasts regular limited-edition collaborations with some of the biggest footwear manufacturers. Naturally, when branching out from sneakers Dr. Martens was one of the first collaborators that Atmos sought out in 2010.
This most recent collaboration sees the Japanese label bring a distinctly utility-geared outdoor wear aesthetic to two Dr. Martens shoes, each in two colourways. Using various details—some explicit, some subtle—and materials borrowed from hiking boots and other outdoor footwear, this collaboration adds further functionality to some of the world’s most reliable shoes.
The 1461 is the Japanese sneaker purveyors take on the iconic low-top Dr. Martens shoe, a classic imbued with the spirit of this most recent collaboration between the two labels nodding to outdoor wear via materials and detailing.
With this shoe, Atmos maintain the celebrated simplicity of the 1461 with a smooth black leather upper constructed from two pieces. With a padded tongue, this shoe takes innovations of the hiking boot and applies them for comfort and functionality; hiking boot-style boot lace hooks ensure you can get the most comfortable and secure fit possible. This shoe also features outdoor-wear inspired patterned laces; nylon stripe webbing tape down the heel; Atmos branding beside the heel tape; and transparent “ice” Dr. Martens AirWair™ bouncing soles; classic Dr. Martens yellow stitching; and the iconic AirWair™ heel loop.
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