With buttery soft napa leather in light-hearted pastels and an easy slip-on design, it’s no wonder Goop named the Sunset Strip one of their favorite summer sneakers. “Athletic shoes are working extra hard these days, teaming up with everything from... View Article

My dad was the lone boy with three sibling sisters. The story goes our family surname would not have passed down from our particular branch of the family tree if he didn’t have a son. It was discussed enough amongst relatives for... View Article

Among the Coachella Valley staples—the Sinatra home, Bing Crosby’s estate and Richard Neutra’s famed houses—there’s the 1,200 plus middle-class homes built by William Krisel. William Krisel pioneered a change in tract housing, what was once a “cookie-cutter” concept of homes... View Article

You can only imagine the excitement around here when we found out our new SeaVees Baja Slip On Portal in oyster was featured as one of the Outside Magazine’s top Gear of the Year picks! And, better yet, it was chosen... View Article

Now that spring is here, it’s time to switch up your footwear. Featured in the April Editor Picks of Martha Stewart Living, our Monterey Beach Club sneaker in soft blue chambray is the perfect way to walk into spring. Martha... View Article

The resident men’s gear and accessory experts over at GearMoose couldn’t get enough of our Legend Sneaker Regatta. Details in design and construction set us apart from our competition and the guys over at GearMoose definitely noticed. “It starts with... View Article

The guys over at the Manual know how important the heritage behind a brand is. With an iconic place in history as the pioneer of the casual sneaker, SeaVees has a rich heritage dating back to 1964 but the brand... View Article

Born in 1964, SeaVees is the original way to go casual. Today SeaVees honors its origin by making modern amendments to retro-inspired styling, resulting in a timeless, sophisticated sneaker. Our shoes are carefully batch-made in small production runs to maintain... View Article

In 1969, a major oil spill in Santa Barbara convinced Wisconsin senator Gaylord Nelson to increase public awareness about the ill-effects of air and water pollution. His movement to educate students across the country about the need to save the... View Article

A behind-the-scenes look at our factory team boxing up some SeaVees in our new revamped packaging that we’re all gooey over! The redesigned box is made of recycled cardboard, our packing tissue depicts our groundbreaking advertising campaign from the 1960s, and to finish... View Article

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April 12, 2017

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Turn to SeaVees when you need to CHILL – so says Cool Material.Our hard-working Baja Slip On spotted on their style blog for men in What to Wear This Spring: Chill. “These extremely easy sneakers exude a certain cool factor…... View Article

SeaVees CEO Steven Tiller tells his story and discussed the growing interest in casual culture with Vettery’s Clark Winter. “Today’s consumer has grown up in sneakers, and unlike the generations before him, he’s not being told at some point in his life to... View Article

Robin Lee Graham was raised to sail. His father taught him to navigate by the stars and the sun. “I want to see the world, and not on a tourist’s itinerary with a passport stamped full of one-day visas. No, my... View Article

A little inspiration for all of the dreamers out there. Our very own Steven Tiller speaking with the next generation of movers and shakers from the Entrepreneurship Academy of Santa Barbara’s San Marcos High School about how SeaVees came to be... View Article

We’re relentless when it comes to researching a good story from our favorite era. We were down a rabbit hole, scouring the history of the Los Angeles tennis scene of the 1960s when we designed one of our greatest hits,... View Article

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