SeaVees Shoes Bring Back The California Cool

from $59

In order to bring back to life the iconic Golden State footwear brand, more precisely the 1960s California cool, two designers joined forces and revived SeaVees Shoes. The shoes they make are inspired by the vintage aesthetic but incorporate the modern touch in the design. Huckberry went behind the brand to explore the SeaVees lifestyle in this video and gives 25% off on some models.

The 08/63 Hermosa Plimsoll Standard shoes are dedicated to the first skateboard contest back in ’63. They feature the signature herringbone outsole designed to prevent you from slipping. They come in tin grey, slate navy, natural and black.

The 08/63 Hermosa Plimsoll Standard Shoes

The 08/63 Hermosa Plimsoll Standard.

As you probably noticed, there’s a story behind each pair. The 06/64 Legend Sneaker, for example, asks the question of what does it take to become a legend and celebrates the year when SeaVees pioneered. They as well follow the original SeaVees style and feature premium cotton poplin and cotton canvas lining. You can get them in black and granite grey.

The 06/64 Legend Sneaker

The 06/64 Legend Sneaker.

There’s of course the slip on. The 02/64 Baja Slip On pays respect to surfing. It features vintage wash linen uppers and brings a superior comfort to the foot.

The 02/64 Baja Slip On

The 02/64 Baja Slip On.

The 05/66 Hawthorne Slip On, on the other hand, is all about the relaxed, mid-sixties California cool and The Beach Boys releasing Pet Sounds in Hawthorne, California. It’s made from cotton poplin upper lined in washed cotton canvas and the outsole is designed with maximum slip resistance. Perfect for skaters.

The 05/66 Hawthorne Slip On

The 05/66 Hawthorne Slip On.

The last shoes available in Huckberry’s special deal are The Army Issue Low. They are modern, feature a full-grain leather uppers and suede toe cap. They’re great at providing all-day comfort and are dedicated to Fort Irwin, the US Army’s premier training center during the Vietnam war.

Get it from Huckberry here

The Army Issue Low

The Army Issue Low.

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