Shoppers go wild as they spot brand-new Dr Martens boots & they’re up to half their usual price | The Sun

SHOPPERS have gone wild as they spot brand-new Dr. Martens boots for up to half their usual price. 

Shirley took to TikTok to share the news after spotting a range of boots and shoes in her local TK Maxx store – including some of their sell-out styles. 

Known online as @shirley_zzz, she regularly shares bargain deals and price comparisons with her 2,900 followers. 

In a new TikTok, she said: “Doc Martens at TK Maxx? Can someone verify if these are legit?

“I was a bit shooketh to find these here.”

During the 15-second video, Shirley shares some of the styles she spotted in her local store in Australia.  


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This included the Women’s Virginia Leather Oxford Shoes in Peach, currently full price on the Dr. Marten’s website for £129. 

The keen bargain hunter also found a pair of the viral Yellow Stitch Smooth Leather Chelsea Boots and the Smooth Leather Lace Up Boots in cherry red, both usually priced at £159. 

She was also thrilled to see the popular Smooth Leather Lace Up Boots in black on the shelves. 

These were priced at 149.99 Australian Dollars – that’s equal to just under £82, meaning they’re almost half the UK retail price. 

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Fans loved her bargain find, with the video gaining more than 45,100 likes and 837,500 views. 

In the comments, other savvy shoppers shared their reactions, with one writing: “100% real! Usually old stock, over stock or outlet stock!”

Another said: “Of course they're legit! Stores can't sell counterfeits.”

“I got a pair for £20 in TK Maxx. Mind you that was about 20 years ago. Still have and use them to this day,” a third commented. 

Someone else shared a handy tip for checking if a product is genuine, or whether it’s old stock, adding: “Take a look at the number code! It usually shows if it’s an old season product, delivered from the brand this season, or only produced for TK Maxx.”

Another put: “I’ll be going to my local TJ Maxx tomorrow.”

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