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In general we recommend the following guidelines for cleaning the footwear:
on a regular basis, brush away any surface dirt with a soft brush. After extended, rugged use, wash with mild soap and warm water. Be sure to rinse all soap off as it is hydrophilic.
open footwear fully, remove the insole and laces and dry at room temperature. Never expose to heat!
recommended treatment depends on construction and materials of the footwear (most treatments do alter color and appearance).
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Yes! It all comes down to how you style your boat shoes. Boat shoes are a versatile shoe so you can dress it up or down based on what you need.
It’s easy! Make sure to read our blog about how to wear socks and boat shoes.
If they are a proper boat shoes, like Sebago’s, then yes. Boat shoes were made to be the ideal nautical footwear. But before you go off jumping into the nearest puddle evaluate your footwear first, you wouldn’t want your suede shoes getting wet, now would you?
Boat shoes are a versatile shoe that can be styled a number of ways. Visit our blog HERE for some styles and tips on how to have that smart nautical look.
That depends on who you ask. If you have never worn Sebago Shoes, you’d never know the best boat shoes are really made my Sebago. Sebago Shoes has been perfecting their craft since 1946 and continue to hand craft each pair.
Follow these simple steps to re-lace your boat shoes:
You can clean your boat shoes and we do recommend starting with proper shoe care from day one to ensure you don’t end up in a messy situation. If you do need to wash your boat shoes we don’t recommend putting them into your washing machine but rather to carefully wash them by hand.