Sebago Tremont Boot – $100.80 (reg. $140.00) | Brattle Wingtip – $130.00
Sebago has been knocking out their classic spinnaker boat shoes for awhile now, but they’ve also branched out into other types of shoes. Wingtips, saddle shoes, boots, etc. All reasonably priced at right around $100, and all seemingly made in the Dominican Republic.
No matter the style, Sebagos look like they belong or came from the shore. And with the exception of their boat shoes and drivers, warm weather isn’t a requirement for wearing. There’s no stuffiness with these. Even the wingtips look rugged with their grip soles. And that’s perfect if you’re looking to upgrade your downtime casual wear.
The Tremont boot is a great alternative to the standard desert. The Brattle Wingtip would go extremely well with a who cares if it’s not ironed button up and chino blazer. And their Fontana Driver is a great option for guys who just don’t feel right in a pair of boat shoes. All are pretty highly reviewed online, and if you order through Endless you’ll get free overnight or two day shipping. Free returns too if they don’t work out.
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