List of products by brand Sebago
The Sebago brand was born in Westbrook, Maine (USA), in 1946. The same year the first moccasin was born, the famous penny loafer, hand-sewn according to the indigenous tradition, still today one of the best sellers. In 1970 the sailing model Docksides was launched on the market, another timeless and current icon. During all the 80s the Docksides were a trend in universities and high schools throughout the United States so as to be mentioned in the book The Official Preppy Handbook by Jonathan Roberts as the crucial element. In Italy, the Docksides enter the wardrobe of the "paninari", the teenagers who dictate fashion from the main cities of the North, the forerunners of streetwear and urban clothing. Today as then Sebago is identical craftsmanship, same quality, unchanging elegance.
American in origin, the longwing (the so-called swallow wing pattern that reaches up to the heel) brogues are a variation on the full brogue style inherited from the European shoe making tradition, and look their best when incorporated into leisurewear. Made from smooth quality corrected grain leather to stand the test of time and hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship, these brogues feature leather lining, and waterproof, flexible and durable natural leather soles personalised Sebago with moulded rubber heel. These mocs are a homage to the small bustling city of Everett in Massachussets (USA), a highly diversified industrial suburb known for its breweries and port facilities, able to accommodate oceangoing ships.
Suitable for formal occasions when partnered with a suit, these sleek yet simplistic plain derby man's shoes also lend themsleves well to casual and smart casual outfits. Made of quality corrected grain leather to stand the test of time and hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship, these smooth shoes feature leather lining, and waterproof, flexible and durable natural leather soles personalised Sebago with moulded rubber heel. The shoe takes its name from Milton city, a contemporary suburban community in eastern Massachusetts (USA) that prides itself on a rich historical heritage, tree-lined streets, and acres of protected open space: the lush and green Blue Hill Reservation.
Made of brushed leather and hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship, these man's loafers opt for an exclusive design of smooth lines to elegantly wrap the foot as it walks any urban landscape. The vamp and apron are carefully stitched together with a special type of seam that results in a small and discreet profile, while the saddle across the vamp - decorated with the traditional triangle - is subtly stitched to the side of the upper. Leather sock lining and a personalised foam rubber sole infused with Sebago brand history: drawn from the factory archives, it is soft, light, pliable, water-resistant, and combines traction with stability. Iconic and distinguished, the “Ryan” moccasins are a homage to one of the most beloved and famous Hollywood stars of the modern times.
Constructed to be the perfect nautical man's footwear, these long-lasting boat shoes by Sebago are made of a unique piece of unlined full-grain leather and hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship: they come with leather sock lining, 360° rawhide lace system and non-marking antislip siped rubber soles to offer stable grip in all weather conditions. The “Portland” mocs bear in their very DNA an innate affection and bond towards the city of Portland, one of the largest seaports in New England, also host of a world famous Yachting Club.
These robust outdoors mocs were handcrafted with made of a unique piece of beautifully and richly conditioned Budu oily leather and hand-sewn with the finest craftsmanship after the Native American shoe-making technique. They feature a hand-sewn upper with moc-toe with whipstitches to reinforce it, 4 eyelet rawhide laces system for an adjustable and tighter winter fit, and lightweight EVA die-cut sole for comfort and shock absorption. Personalised woven label on the side. Perfect to wear around camp, they share their name with the proud Seneca nation of Native Americans, and with the deepest and largest glacial lake of the U.S. state of New York.