Docksides - Brown Leather

$100.00 Sale: $78.00

What you need to know

The handsewn boat shoe that started it all. With rubber slip-resistant soles, rawhide laces and non-corrosive brass eyelets. Genuine moccasin construction wraps the foot in a single piece of leather, creating a fit that's uniquely your own

The Sebago-Moc Company was founded in 1946 by three New England natives. Their first shoe, the hand-sewn penny loafer, was styled after the popular Indian moccasins and pioneered what would become the company's patented welt construction. In 1970, Sebago-Moc introduced their own branded boat shoe by the name of Docksides, in the process dropping "Moc" from their name and becoming the brand known today as simply Sebago. Beloved Docksides would eventually come to define the entire boat shoe category.

Color
Brown
Detailing
Handsewn Blucher Moccasin Construction
Fabric
Unlined, Full Grain, Waxy Leather Upper with Littleway Stitched Sebago® Dockside® Boat Sole with Slip-resistant, Non-marking Rubber
Notes
Three-quarter Length Leather Socklining
Finish
Functional Rawhide Laces

Customer Reviews

Better than sperrys

These shoes fit true to size and look great. Even though it's only February I've started to cycle them in my outfits, and while you do have to break them in a little bit it only took me about a week of wear. If you're worried about wearing them without socks the mocsocks work fine, although I already have a hole in one of my socks.

Way Worse than Sperry's

Sturdy construction, pretty good looking boat shoe. However, I must say that these are the most uncomfortable pair of boat shoes I have owned, and I constantly have 3-4 pairs in rotation. They've really ruined my body in the 8 months I've had them. They really don't offer much support at all and for $100 I would recommend ANY Sperry topsider Gold Cup Collection. The memory foam footbed in the gold cup topsiders is a real treat, especially if you wear boat shoes for prolonged periods and do a lot of walking. I just threw the Sebagos away.