When we think about California a few things automatically come to mind, such as the weather, beautiful women, and boots! Well, maybe not boots exactly, but they should, thanks to the footwear company SeaVees. Founded in 1964, SeaVees continues to use inspiration from sixties California culture with a modern casual touch to connect with a youthful audience.
Influenced from California roots, the 7 Eye Trail boot pays homage to the boots worn during the Olympic Games at Squaw Valley in 1960. The boots are constructed from a walnut full grain pull-up leather, and feature a traditional hand-sewn moccasin stitch, using heavy wax thread. Once you lace them up, the comfort is felt immediately. This can be attributed to the leather-lined comfort foot bed and outsole, which is made from a genuine plantation crepe for a softer, more elastic cushioning. With winter showing no signs of slowing down, why not invest in a pair of boots, which are built to last. Head on over to Seavees to get your hands on a pair today.
Photography by Alex Hernandez