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.

The Sebago brand was born in Westbrook, Maine (USA), in 1946. Sebago-Moc was born from the company with two local footwear manufacturers. The name is inspired by the nearby Sebago lake. The same year the first moccasin was born, the famous penny loafer, hand-sewn according to indigenous tradition, still today one of the best sellers. The first sailing shoe dates back to 1948. In 1952 a new factory was built and the company began selling in Europe as well. In 1970 the sailing model Docksides was launched on the market, another best seller of the brand. In 1984 Sebago is the first American company to sponsor a boat in the O-Star Race. Other important sponsorships related to the world of sailing follow, including the Celebrity Regatta, the America's Cup, the Liberty Cup and that of the Young America team in the Louis Vuitton Cup 96/97. Throughout the 1980s, the Docksides were a trend in universities and high schools throughout the United States, so much so that they were mentioned in Jonathan Roberts' book The Official Preppy Handbook 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. In 2017 the brand entered the brand portfolio of the Italian BasicNet group, which today guarantees accurate distribution in the best boutiques around the world.

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.