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Dr Martens - 3a63 - Bark - Anyone got these?

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Boober Mon 14-Sep-09 10:35:33

I've seen them mentioned here but can't remember if anyone has them.


I love them but am not sure if they will fit my chunky ish calves. Also am quite long of leg so wondering how high they will go on my legs?

Any advice welcome. Thanks!

nymphadora Mon 14-Sep-09 10:51:29

My calves are usually too chunky for DMs

kdk Mon 14-Sep-09 11:00:24

I also think they're gorgeous but not sure they'd fit me either sad. Wish they would as I have wide feet and usually find DMs very comfortable.

Doyouthinktheysaurus Mon 14-Sep-09 11:04:44

I have other colours. They are not that wide of calf. Plenty wide enough for me but I have very slim calves. The only part of me that is slim unfortunatelygrin

They aren't knee high, more of a high calf length IYSWIM.

I love them, they are very comfy and look nice with skirts and dresses.

jellyhead Mon 14-Sep-09 11:05:34

I am tall with slim calves and have these.
Intially they were tight on my calf to the point of cutting into them but then stretched and became mega comfortable.
They come up quite high

Boober Mon 14-Sep-09 11:19:34

Thanks everyone - still not sure. I can just about do up my 'standard size' knee high boots at the moment but they are a bit tight. I think that these have elastic at the top which will maybe have a bit more give?

Guess I will have to try on a pair in RL to see if they will fit.

muddleduck Mon 14-Sep-09 13:47:41

Can you let us know how you get on.
I've been dithering about these for a while.

Boober Mon 14-Sep-09 22:38:01

I have an update - I went into Schuh today to try them on. I did get them up (just!) but they felt a bit tight over the top of my foot - so am still not sure. I had to put on one of their pop socks on as I had bare feet blush so I think I will go back in with some socks on and try them again to see.

I think that they will probably give quite a bit if I got them.

They were lovely though.

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