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Sebago Women's Felucca Lace Loafer
|Price:||$24.00 - $89.95 & FREE Returns on some sizes and colors. Details|
- Rubber sole
- Heel measures approximately 0.5"
- Women's Sebago, Felucca Lace
- A casual slip on boat shoe
- Soft, unlined leather uppers
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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.
Sebago infuses femininity and style to the classic boat shoe in their Felucca loafer. The rich leather upper has a demure cut that is enhanced by beautifully saturated color and tonal lacing. A textured rubber outsole keeps footing steady on and offshore.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003ZXSXH6
- Item model number: Felucca Lace
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 18, 2010
- 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
I use this particular style for running from the house into the yard or making a quick trip to the grocery market. I suppose my best assessment would be that this particular style is best used as a pair of house slippers that look good enough to wear for quick outings.
Sebago shoes are a staple in our house. We have worn them for years and have enjoyed them. Most last as long as you would want them to and look good. This style has a somewhat thinner feel to the leather and no arch support at all. I would not consider wearing them all day --- maybe a teenager would. But, they look good and serve the purpose and are well worth the cost.
I am happy to say I am very pleased with my purchase! The shoes arrived very swiftly and fit true to size. I wear a size 5.5 and that is what I purchased. The shoes are very comfortable and did not need any "breaking in". They have a nicely cushioned foot bed. I have worn another popular brand boat shoe and I find the Sebago boat shoe much more comfortable.
The shoe looks just as pictured. The navy blue is the same as the photo -- a nice dark blue but not so dark that it could be confused with being black. The design of the shoe gives it a more feminine look than most boat shoes. I like how the tongue of the shoe is lower; the shoes look similar to a ballet flat. I have not had any trouble with the shoes coming untied or the ties loosening. I tied them once and that was it. All in all, I am very happy with the shoes.
So if you plan to order this pair of shoes keep in mind that they are meant for narrow feet and that you must go down by 1/2 size.
I will on my next pair.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great quality, fits perfectly my size, VERY comfortable, love these my first Sebago shoes and wear all the time nowPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Given the leather material, I bought half a size down from what I usually wear. The shoes were really comfortable once worn in a couple of time and match pretty much anything I... Read morePublished 7 months ago by S. Tan-Kristanto
the shoes are comfortable, with good workmanship, very good stuff, just who are somewhat narrowPublished 13 months ago by Yarasabrid Rodriguez
I am an active sailor and bought the shoes for boating because they have a great sole. They are always snug when new and need to be broken in before they can be comfortably worn... Read morePublished 13 months ago by denyce johnson