SEBAGO PENDLETON SENECA MID KEUKA WOOL BROWN TAN GARNETSebago
Sebago & Pendleton
These robust camp mid mocs were hand-sewn by the finest craftsmen with suede especially waxed with oils to obtain a soft touch and feature an evocative quarter in Pendleton patterned wool. The Pendleton Woollen Mill was established in 1893 in Oregon in the US, and historically created blankets for Native American communities, a connection that is reflected in the geometric prints of this collection. Paying homage to the traditional Native American shoe-making art, they feature traditional moc stitching in rawhide, strong flexible Strobel construction, rawhide laces and a lightweight EVA die-cut sole for comfort and shock absorption. Classic Sebago woven label. The “Keuka” boots are the perfect outdoors shoe to wear around camp, and take their name from the Iroquois word for “canoe landing”: this name was also chosen for one of the major glacial lake in the U.S. state of New York.
Upper: Leather 60%, Wool 40%;
Lining: Leather 100%;
Outsole: Poliuretane 100%