Brand Spotlight: SeaVees for Spring 2015
The SeaVees brand is the self-proclaimed “continued discovery of the California dream.” Founded in 1964, the brand was created by B.F. Goodrich and later purchased by Converse, until it was shelved away in the limelight of Jack Purcell, a successful Converse brand. Nearly 40 years later, the brand was relaunched in Santa Barbara by two guys in an attempt to bring back casual California cool. Check out our latest brand, SeaVees for Spring 2015, in store today…“unless you’re not the casual type.”
Baja Slip On Standard
The Baja Slip On was crafted in a tribute to early surfers, and inspired by the simple nature of beachside footwear of their era, as highlighted in a 1964 issue of Surfing Magazine. Made of vintage wash linen, a bamboo canvas footbed and genuine gum rubber outsole, the sandals exude simple surf style.
Hermosa Plimsoll Standard
The Hermosa Plimsoll pays homage to Hermosa Beach’s first skateboard contest, held in August 1963. The sandal is crafted from suede leather with snake-embossed leather accents, a bamboo canvas footbed and genuine gum rubber outsole providing the best in slip resistance.
Legend Sneaker Pan Am
The Legend Sneaker Pan Am was inspired by 1960s travel agency posters. The classic, timeless silhouette is made from bleached board short poplin, a bamboo canvas footbed and herringbone rubber outsole for lasting wear.
Army Issue Low Expedition
The Army Issue Low Expedition mimics the footwear worn by base soldiers at Fort Irwin in the 1960s. Crafted from a water-resistant nylon upper, a bamboo canvas footbed and ribbed genuine gum rubber outsole, these lace-ups are the ultimate in all-purpose footwear.
With a brand truly inspired by the vintage surf style of the “good ol’ days,” it’s hard not to love the casual cool vibe SeaVees puts in to each and every shoe. Grab your new favorite summer shoe at our Homewood location now.