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SOLD - Seavees 7-Eye trail boot in oiled leather, "flagstone" grey

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by Trapp, Jan 13, 2014.

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  1. Trapp

    Trapp Senior member

    Feb 7, 2008
    Northern California
    Seavees trail boots
    tag size 9.5
    style # 02/60

    length 12.0"
    width 4.25"

    Great pair of boots in near new condition. No wear at all to the sole, insides perfect. The oiled leather is super nice on these boots and a great color - kind of a gray with brown undertones. Good looking, comfortable boots for easy walking.

    Other details:

    -Textured, full-grain leather upper nourished with waxes or a rich pull-up leather with infused with oils.
    -Leather heel pull loop for easy on and off.
    -A slot on the heel counter allows for excess laces to be looped for your convenience.
    -Suede-leather heel counter lining with a leather-lined comfort footbed for all-day comfort.
    -Oil-stuffed rawhide leather laces with flat, brushed-silver metallic eyelets.
    -Classic moc-toe stitching detail.
    -360° hand-sewn welted-stitch construction in heavy, waxed thread.
    -Natural Rubber crepe outsole for superior cushioning, reduced weight, increased flexibility and maximum slip-resistance.

    $65 shipped Conus.

    Thanks for looking.
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2014
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