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- Rubber sole
- Boat shoe featuring moc-toe stitching and around-the-collar rawhide lacing
- Molded EVA foam insole
- Non-slip, non-marking rubber outsole
- N or A (narrow), B, M or D (medium), W or 2E (wide) and XW or 3E (extra wide)
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Sebago crafts a timeless look with rawhide laces and a durable traction sole.
Sebago represents authentic products and timeless design. Their original, hand-sewn Docksides boat shoe and Classic Beefroll penny loafer haven't changed since they first crafted them decades ago. Sebago is a celebration of everything New England…where life in, on or around the waters is a geographical unavoidability, where they are nautical in their traditions but deliver a future of performance and ingenuity. Their shoes are about performance-not just the technical kind, but the way a shoe behaves in its right environment, whether it be on boats or city streets. Each classic Sebago design is carefully designed to perform at its best.
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 7 x 4.5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B0087XTDFU
- Item model number: Docksides B727
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 1, 2002
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
Now with online shopping I can get Docksides again in Sand Suede. (Pretty much the same as the old Sand Shag.) No extra seams that serve no purpose, no silly two tone colors, no cheap gummy eraser looking soles, no man made materials in the uppers to make your feet sweat, just fine quality throughout. If you've tried some other brands of boat shoes and weren't happy with them, I highly recommend you try the Docksides.
They fit great and feel comfortable. I can't say that about a whole lot of shoes, but I can say that about these.
The bottom is rubber, so Keep looking if you're searching for shoes with a different bottom. To me it doesn't matter.
As you can see in the images I took of them, they're made of very nice material and look better than in the product image provided.
I would definitely buy these again.
The shoes fit true-to-size, and the color is spot on. If you're getting a pair because you need a certain color, you won't be disappointed.
HOWEVER, unlike Timberland's supple leather, the leather here has an almost plastic feel to it. This is especially apparent on the tongue, which is just a one-ply piece of leather; whereas on other shoes, it's actually 'doubled over' (meaning the side facing your foot gets to touch the softer leather.
Having said that, the price on these was right, and they don't feel uncomfortable. I'll update when I find out how the leather 'wears' as the season goes on. If the leather scratches easily and doesn't survive well I'd say it's worth it upgrading to a more expensive shoe.
I decided to give Sebagos a try, so I ordered a pair of Sebago Spinnakers last spring. They were stiff at first, but quickly became comfortable, and the "W" width was wide enough for my feet. They have become my favorite casual shoe this summer.
My old brown Sperry Topsiders needed replacing, so I ordered these Sebago Docksides instead, and in the same size/width as the Spinnakers. I was disappointed at first, because they seemed slightly tighter and less comfortable than the Spinnakers. I was almost ready to send them back, but decided to wear them a few hours a day inside the house. Within a few days, they began to "loosen up" and become more comfortable and are now a "keeper." I deducted one star because I still think that they are slightly narrow, in spite of being labeled as "Wide." Why do so many shoe manufacturers insist on making narrow Wide shoes? Probably to save on leather and costs.
The quality and workmanship is superior to Sperry, in my opinion. The leather is much thicker and has a uniform smooth finish - no weird wavy spots or ripples in the leather like on my last pair of Sperrys. The stitching is also straight and even. The sole is slightly thicker, and a little firmer than Sperrys. They're not made in USA, but at least in the Western Hemisphere - the Dominican Republic - not China.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very nice quality, much better than that other well known boat shoe company that starts with S. They're a bit heavier than top-siders and take longer to break in, due to the... Read morePublished 5 days ago by S. Everett
nice style, relaxed look, so not dressy, but make nice clothes even better-lookingPublished 6 days ago by nudeart
Like the all black color in a boat shoe. Why don't shoe companies make half sizes over size 12? I usually fit in a 12 but most slip-ons run small for me so I ordered the next... Read morePublished 7 days ago by mikelooch
They look great, but they dig into the heel unbearably for me. I returned them.Published 8 days ago by Kyle
When I first received this product everything looked fine. Today is the first day I went to try them on. My right shoe is in perfect condition. My left shoe however is awful. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Nathan Michel
I always buy my shoes a tad small then over the first few days of wear the leather molds itself to my feet and they then fit perfectly (like gloves?).Published 8 days ago by MichaelT