SeaVees co-designers Steven Tiller and Derek Galkin joined forces in 2006 to revive the iconic Golden State footwear brand and its authentic 1960s California cool. SeaVees' Nubuck leather oxfords and moccasins, women's rubber lace-up rain boots, three-eye chukkas in oiled suede, linen slip-on sneakers, and other styles evoke a vintage-inspired aesthetic while featuring modern touches like patented natural rubber soles. SeaVees shoes are named after significant cultural moments — for example, the summery 10/61 Wallabee-style oxford refers to the month and year that Jack Kerouac completed his novel <i>Big Sur</i>.
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