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Army Issue Sneaker

Regular price $78
Regular price $78 Sale price $78
Color: Olive
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The Details

  • Women's classic lace up sneaker
  • Vegan sneaker style
  • Dark green expedition grade nylon
  • Soft washed, cotton canvas lining
  • Includes both a white cotton lace and a grey nylon lace
  • Contoured, cushy foam footbed with extra heel-strike cushion
  • Includes our exclusive cooling system with perforations for breathability and cooling airflow channels for extra cool comfort
  • Traditional long lasting natural rubber outsole
  • Inspired by the all-purpose sporting footwear issued to soldiers in the 1960's

Materials

-Thoughtfully made with quality materials: nylon upper, cotton canvas lining, cotton/nylon laces, natural rubber outsole.

-Vegan sneaker style.

-Made in a factory with strict ethical labor standards.

Size & Fit Information

SeaVees shoes feel good right out of the box. This style offers adjustable lacing for a comfortable, custom fit, with a structured hidden heel counter to keep them snug. Additional eyelets allow for looser lacing at the toe box.

Shipping & Returns

Free shipping on all orders over $100.

$5 shipping for orders under $100.

It's important to us that you are happy with your SeaVees so returns and exchanges are free, fast and easy. If you choose to exchange for a different size or color, we will ship your replacement immediately.

Origin

SeaVees' roots are in California, the state where dreams come true. The Army Issue is inspired by the all-purpose sporting footwear worn in the '60s at Camp Irwin (later renamed Fort Irwin), the Army's premier training center located in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, California.

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