Size and fit

The SeaVees Army Issue Sneaker Low is a unisex shoe offered in sizes 7-13 for men and 5-11 for women in medium width. It has an upper made up of either premium pig suede, nylon, or leather, delivering a firm and dependable fit. Adjusting the fit is easy with the model's traditional lace-up system. Meanwhile, the ankle can move without hindrance due to the shoe's low-top construction.

SeaVees Army Issue Sneaker Low Style

Many colorways with different materials were released for the low-top SeaVees Army Issue Sneaker Low. The options are whiskey and midnight in burnished leather, olive and black in water-resistant nylon, gravel, blue mirage, and ecru in suede, rose gold and abalone in metallic leather, and white in micro-perforated leather. These options have a versatile flair that can be dressed up or down.

For dressy affairs, the shoe can be paired with pants, slacks, or chinos along with a polo shirt or button-down. A blazer or jacket will complete the preppy yet relaxed ensemble. Meanwhile, for any casual occasion, the sneaker can be worn with jeans, shorts or joggers along with a t-shirt or sweatshirt and hoodie or jacket.

Notable Features

The SeaVees Army Issue Sneaker Low is a low top shoe available in sophisticated colorways with different upper materials, be it suede, nylon, or leather. Its style is complemented well by the classic lace-to-toe design. A toe cap adds durability to the sneaker’s structure. Other timeless details include the nylon laces and signature flat eyelets.

Branding touches consist of the SeaVees logo on the midsole, which adds a subtle yet upscale flair to the shoe. The sneaker’s rounded toe and smooth silhouette give it a high-class appearance. Overall, the model has a retro design that fits with the vintage trend of today.

SeaVees Army Issue Sneaker Low History

SeaVees was born in 1964 and reborn many years later following a long period of dormancy. Despite this, the brand has been able to bring a unique 1960s touch to the modern sneaker world, firmly establishing its place. By balancing classic styles with modern comforts, SeaVees continues to win the hearts of style-conscious individuals.

One of the offerings from the brand’s lifestyle rotation is the SeaVees Army Issue Sneaker Low casual shoe. It’s inspired by the multi-purpose sports footwear of the sixties, featuring a timeless silhouette. It also showcases military-inspired details in its colorway choices and lacing style.

This particular model takes after a shoe born out of the Armored Combat Training Area of Camp Irwin in 1961. This premier training center was located in the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County in California, handling many units.

The trainees needed reliable footwear, and the Army Issue Sneaker Low is inspired by that shoe model, hence the name. Other variations of this sneaker include the SeaVees Army Issue Standard.

Additional Info

  • All-day comfort is provided by the shoe’s superior custom contoured footbed.
  • Genuine gum rubber is used for the SeaVees traditional calendar outsole for a long-lasting and elastic result.

Facts / Specs

Style: Minimalist
Top: Low
Inspired from: Other
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Rubber Sole, EVA
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall
Features: Breathable

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