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Dock Boots

Dock Boots

Regular price £94
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Our notes

These have been one of our most popular boots since they launched in 2015.

Choose from the finest quality vegan suede we know of (the uppers have a soft grain that moves as you rub your hand over them) or Italian vegan leather made with 69% biobased content.

You can get stuff done in these boots - they’re good for both offroad treks and running about town.

They have decent ankle support with padding around the collar and lace hooks that let you do them up tight (with new extra-strong laces made from recycled polyester).

The outsoles will last years and with their deep tread gives traction from mud to pavements.

Made in Portugal. Certified carbon neutral. Like all our collections, when they are at their end of use you can use our return to recycle service to turn them into new WVS uppers and outsoles.

  • Choose from Italian vegan leather made with 69% biobased content or Italian vegan suede uppers
  • Breathable and water-resistant
  • Grippy, durable TR outsoles (made with recycled content) with flex that are suitable for long walks and hiking
  • Long and strong recycled polyester lacing with metal lace tips
  • Squishy deep tread recycled insoles
  • Two types of vegan suede lining to nestle your feet

    Ethics & Sustainability

    This product is certified carbon-neutral

    It's delivered to you through our carbon-neutral supply chain in paper and cardboard packaging

    You can return it free of charge for 365 days with our paperless carbon-neutral returns service

    Use our return to recycle service when this product's at its end of life

    Always and forever vegan

    Made in Portugal

    Read more about our Ethics & Sustainability

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 76 reviews
    Zakariah M.

    love them - awesome quality

    Josh M.
    Really great boots

    These are soft, flexible, comfortable and really durable too! So far they have held up well to daily use in the shop and on stages and even repel paint stains pretty well (I’m sure mileage may vary in that dept). Oh also they’re grey! Even if they’re a bit saw-dusty in the photo.

    Patrick D.
    Good boot

    Well, two days ago, I finished a nearly 6 mile (9.5km) hike in these at Ricketts Glenn (North Eastern Pennsylvania, USA). This included going down 965’ (294m) in elevation and back up again. The boots performed well. I did add a set of inserts to them about a month ago. I noticed if I walked more than 2-3 miles without the insoles, the boots would become a bit uncomfortable (I’m overweight and in my forties … this may have something to do with the need for additional cushioning).

    I’ve worn them while hiking, walking, biking trails, changing oil in my car, etc …. They seem to be holding up well so far (2 months).

    Overall I have no complaints.

    Mark L.
    4½ stars for size conversion.

    This is a great company with an incredibly generous and easy return policy and procedure.
    I usually wear an 8½ shoe, US, and a size 9 hiking boot. When I got my boots they were marked 41, as my order said — 9/41, men's size — (and oddly, as I found this page on the website it says a 9 is a 42). When i tried the attractive and excellently crafted boots on, they were incredibly narrow, despite my having an incredibly narrow foot. When I looked at shoe size conversion charts online, many of them said that a nine should be a 43. So because I saw that these boots run very narrow, when I returned the boots I asked for a 44, just to be safe and not have to send them back again. I see that I would have better asked for a 43, but I know that if I find the right thick insole they should be okay, though I'll have an incredible amount of room beyond my toes.

    Adam E.
    Solid boots

    I’ve looked for an alternative timb for years. I found it. Good quality. Comfortable. Looks great. Runs big like timbs did but allowed for an insole with no issue. I’ll be buying more colors for the winter when they’re back in stock.