'08/61 Army Issue' Low Sneaker
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Inspired by the styles of California in the 1960s, each SeaVees shoe is dedicated to an influential event from that time and place. The ‘Army Issue’ styles itself after the footwear of soldiers in training at Camp Irwin, which was founded in San Bernardino County in August 1961.
The lived-in look of garment-dyed slub twill shapes a low-cut sport sneaker toughened up by a durable gum-rubber sole with ribbed traction for smooth stepping from the very first wear.
- Hypoallergenic, naturally antibacterial insole.
- Textile upper and lining/rubber sole.
- By SeaVees; imported.
- Men's Shoes.