Since 1946, Sebago has been creating shoes that represent traditional New England style. It all started when New England natives Daniel J. Wellehan, Sr., William Beaudoin and Joseph Cordeau created the company’s first hand-sewn moccasin. The original Sebago Docksides® boat shoes represent their original, timeless designs. However, despite Sebago’s history, their shoes are anything but dated.
The Spinnaker lets you show your true colors with two- and three-color uppers. It also possible to replace the leather laces to further personalize your boat shoes.
The Spinnaker is a style with a non-marking, slip-resistant rubber sole, perfect for the deck, dock, or dinner. It’s all in the details with corrosive-resistant Sebago® eyelets, leather socklinging, and littleway stitching. The best part about these handsewn blucher moccs is that the rawhide laces are functional and the shoe molds to your foot over time, allowing for a great fit.
Feel free to check out these other Sebago Shoes as well!
Curious about how to change the leather laces in your Docksides®? Look no further than this video: