Step aboard as we embark on a voyage back to where it all began – the ocean. Sebago proudly presents the Hurricane, a retro sailing sneaker inspired by a treasure unearthed from over three decades ago. As the winds of nostalgia sweep over us, the Hurricane emerges as a testament to Sebago's enduring legacy and its unyielding connection to maritime life.

The Hurricane sneaker is more than just footwear; it's a journey through time and space, blending iconic elements from Sebago's storied past into a contemporary masterpiece that exudes both instant allure and timeless charm.

Each facet of the Hurricane embodies Sebago's deep-rooted ties to life by the sea, reflecting the brand's unparalleled expertise in crafting attire and accessories for those who call the waterfront home. But this maritime odyssey is far from over – it continues with a modern reinterpretation that showcases the latest innovations from the Docksides Spring Summer 2024 collection.

With a design that mimics the sinuous movement of ocean waves, the Hurricane emerges anew, refashioned by Sebago's skilled artisans into a lifestyle sneaker fit for everyday adventures. Adorned in hues reminiscent of sea and sand, it boasts a flexible Strobel construction, elegant piping, and perforated detailing for breathability.

The micro-mesh tongue proudly displays the Sebago logo, while the preformed rubber sole features raised Docksides lettering and a wavy non-slip tread for superior traction on any terrain.

Tailored for aficionados of sailing style and connoisseurs of authentic craftsmanship, the Docksides collection offers more than just sneakers. Complement your ensemble with a hat, sweatshirt, or tote bag, each adorned with graphic storm flag details – an homage to the iconic Hurricane.

So, set sail with us as we chart a course toward new style horizons. Whether you're a seasoned sailor or an intrepid explorer, let the Sebago Hurricane be your trusted companion on the journey ahead.

April 08, 2024 — Julian Nelson

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