Dr Martens says boot prices will rise to cover increasing costs
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Dr Martens says boot prices will rise to cover increasing costs

Northamptonshire-based footwear group’s half-year results show 5% fall in profits despite 13% rise in sales

Dr Martens is to step up the price of its boots by 6%, as it says the cost of labour, energy and supplies, including the bouncy soles and leather, has risen.

The Northamptonshire-based footwear group will increase prices for the second year in a row on the classic boot, which currently costs about £159, adding £10 to the price. The rise will come next autumn to reflect higher production costs that the company has now locked in over the course of next year.

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