- Klaus Märtens was a doctor in the German army during World War II.
The Oxblood Oxford
Doc Martens, like a lot of savvy brands these days, are dipping into their archives for ideas relevant to today's man. Their Bennett oxford has taken a familiar shoe, but slimmed the sole and modernized the silhouette. The result is something that's simple and classic, with a bit of punk edge. Kind of like the guy who likes to wear suits but is covered in tattoos underneath. The lightweight air-cushioned sole is ideal for spring, plus they're Goodyear-welted for quality and comfort. Wear these rich, rusty hued shoes with anything from jeans and chinos to suits in shades of grey and navy—even sockless with a pair of shorts when the weather's right.