Sebago’s Noteworthy Fall Collabs — Don’t Miss Out

December 9, 2012 • By Robert

Established in the 1940s, Sebago’s real claim to fame came in the mid 1980s with high school and university students jumping in on the boat shoe phenomenon. With recent heritage trends creeping back into the fashion picture, it’s no surprise that Sebago’s popularity has once again catapulted with the help of the recent dock shoe trend.

With the arrival of the colder months, it’s only natural that we find time to talk about Sebago’s contribution to the boot game. As part of their fall/winter 2012 campaigns, it released a line of boots while collaborating with some noteworthy allies.

Their venture with Ronnie Fieg introduced a stylish duo of Iroquois luxe-inspired boots available in olive green and a combination of blue and brown. Both colorways come equipped with a removable fringe collar to add that native Indian appeal. Also, their project with Filson produced a play on a deck/work boot that combines sturdy leather with tin cloth and rugged twill decorative panels. I’d love to get my hands on both of these!

Due to their rugged nature, Sebago boots are best worn in a casual outfit. Our suggestion is to combine them with a heavy wool sweater, a puffer vest, and fitted denim jeans.

Check out these cool collab pieces from Zappos and Amazon:

Sebago Osmore $147.99

Sebago Stockton Boot $160.00

Sebago Fairhaven Chukka Suede Boots $45.85