SeaVees 2012 Spring/Summer 09/65 Bayside Moc
SeaVees culls historic moments from California history in naming every shoe in its environmentally-conscious, vintage-inspired footwear line. Their best-selling 09/65 Bayside Moc Chukka is named after September 1965, a year that marked the period when the San Francisco Examiner first reported on the birth of the hippie movement in California. A supremely fitting example for a moccasin. For Spring/Summer 2012, the hand-stitched, jute uppers of the Bayside Moc are available in three new colorways of garment-dyed brushed twill. In loving remembrance of the hippies of yesteryear, choose between Arabica, Tin Grey, or Slate Navy and pick up your own pair of the Bayside Moc here.