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About Sebago

Founded in 1946, Sebago has outfitted everyone from sailors to Kate Middleton in its hand-sewn, moccasin slip-on shoes. Though based in Rockford, Michigan, Sebago’s timeless aesthetic is New England-inspired through and through — a reflection of the origins of company founders Daniel J. Wellehan, Sr., Joseph Cordeau, and William Beaudoin. Since starting out with a basic penny loafer design, Sebago has expanded its collection over the decades to include men’s and women’s high-top sneakers, ankle boots, boat shoes, chukkas, and many other styles. Sebago’s collaborations with the likes of NYC shoe-designing wunderkind Ronnie Fieg have kept the label fresh and innovative. We like the cut of your jib, Sebago.

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Sale Ended June 24, 2014

Sunday Night Steals

End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on pieces from some of your favorite designers, including 7 for All Mankind, John Varvatos, and Gant, among others. You’ll find everything here from watches and shades to sportcoats and cufflinks. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about — but only after you’ve made your picks.

Sale Ended February 27, 2013

Sneakers Feat. Alife

Hey, you can’t wear wingtips every day. And for those times you want to take a break from the hard-bottoms, you’ll find a great selection of sneakers here. Highlights include low-tops, high-tops, and chukkas from PF Flyers, Alife, and PRO-Keds.

Sale Ended June 02, 2014

Colorful Boat Shoes

You don’t need to know what starboard and port mean to wear a pair of these summer staples. Instead, just wear them often, with anything from jeans and chinos to shorts — and sometimes even a suit. Here, a sharp selection from Sperry, Eastland, and Del Toro.

Sale Ended January 14, 2013

Winter Escape

If you’re anything like us, right about now you’re probably thinking, “Getting back to work after the holidays has been fun and all, but it’s time to start planning that next getaway.” Fortunately, we’re here to help you do just that. Start with a Filson canvas carry-on, pack it with sweaters, cords, and winter accessories, and then throw in a Wenger pocketknife (as long as you’re not traveling by air), just in case you find yourself further outside the city limits than you had originally anticipated.