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- Rubber sole
- Uppers of premium salt-washed cotton canvas with soft suede accents
- Sporty nylon striping on backstay
- "Comfort memory foam footbed lined in soft cotton featuring cooling air flow channels"
- Genuine gum rubber for flexibility, longer wear and more comfort
- Runs true to size
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"Our 05/65 Westwood Tennis Shoe honors the legendary Arthur Ashe and is inspired by the classic tennis stylings of the mid-sixties. After our lightweight canvas uppers are cut and sewn, we salt-wash each pair for over 90 minutes for a soft, perfectly faded finish. Backstay features a vintage cotton webbing. Superior comfort footbed with uppers lined in soft cotton canvas. Heel counter is lined in sueded leather to secure fit. Our traditional calendar outsole is made with genuine gum rubber for a softer, more elastic result. Born in 1964, SeaVees is the original casual sneaker. With a groundbreaking advertising campaign throughout the 1960s that encouraged consumers to ""Show up in SeaVees. The new way to go casual,"" the brand pioneered the transformation of the sneaker from gym shoe to casual shoe. To ""Show Up in SeaVees"" for any social affair meant you could enjoy the comfort of a sneaker with the sophistication of a more refined footwear choice. Today, SeaVees honors its origin by adding modern amendments to retro-inspired styling, setting a new standard for timeless footwear design. Show up in SeaVees. The original way to go casual."
SeaVees celebrates the casual style of California in the '60s. The brand is a study in sixties revisionism in which each style is named after an influential date in California history. They are endlessly inspired by the coolest place on the planet, in the coolest of times. Think rebel cool, aesthetically pleasing and creative ingenuity. Now think of these things with 40 years of perspective, appreciation and contemplation. SeaVees is a journey through which to understand California's vital role in influencing American culture. SeaVees is Authentic California.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00EHDHXT2
- Item model number: 05/65 Westwood Tennis Standard
- Date first listed on Amazon: October 3, 2013
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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I bought two sizes of this shoe so that I could try both on and decide which ones I wanted to keep. When I opened the boxes I had to check to be sure I did in fact order the same shoe in two different sizes because there were some major differences.
-One sole was gum colored, one was blue
-One sole had larger grooves than the other
-The two colors of canvas were very different: One was basically white, the other more of a tan cream
-The rubber surrounding the soles had two different cuts at the end of them
-The labels under the tongue were completely different: One had a stamped on label, the other had an actual printed on label like it most shoes
I'm not sure if I forgot anything because I just threw these back in the box to return them tomorrow. As a manufacturing engineer, to me this is either a sign of HORRIBLE quality control, two different revs. of the same shoes, or one or both of them are cheap rip offs. I've never bought SeaVees before so I don't have any experience in the type of quality to expect. Just beware.
It is not durable unfortunately. The rubber on the front started to peel away after 2 months and at month 3 the bottom of the shoe started to peel away from the heel.
Great looking shoe, fits to size but thats about it. They fell apart after 3 months of light to medium use.
If you have issues with arch support the liner is easily removed and replaced with something more suitable. I generally take out all liners from shoes and replace with what suits my feet. It is an added expense but my feet are important enough to splurge on them.