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Army Issue Sneaker

Regular price $78 USD
Regular price $78 USD Sale price $78 USD
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

Size & Fit Information

Lace-to-toe style and extra room in the collar allows for adjustable lacing for a comfortable, custom fit.
Additional eyelets allows looser lacing options at toe box, accomodating most foot types.
Structured hidden heel counter allows for a snug fit.
Comfortable right out of the 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

In August 1961 Camp Irwin, an Armored Combat Training Area located in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County, California, is designated a permanent installation and renamed Fort Irwin. During the Vietnam buildup, many artillery and engineer units will train and deploy from Fort Irwin, the Army’s premier training center. Our 08/61 Army Issue Sneaker is inspired by the all-purpose sporting footwear worn on base by soldiers in the 1960s.

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