Deals had become such a huge amount by 1952 that they opened a processing plant in Munich. In 1959, the organization had developed huge enough that Märtens and Funck took a gander at promoting the footwear universally. Very quickly, British shoe maker R. Griggs Group Ltd. purchased patent rights to produce the shoes in the United Kingdom. Griggs anglicized the name to “Dr. Martens”, somewhat re-formed the heel to make them fit better, added the brand name yellow sewing, and reserved the soles as AirWair


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