SeaVees Baja Slip On Portal Shoe - Men's

SeaVees Baja Slip On Portal Shoe - Men's
SeaVees Baja Slip On Portal Shoe - Men's
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Baja Slip On Portal Shoe - Men's by SeaVees
Minimalism is making its case as a style staple, and the SeaVees Men's Baja Slip On Portal Shoe is evidence of such. The Portal features a perforated nubuck upper for a subtle utilitarian style, while the contoured footbed maintains a cool, comfortable feel. Additionally, the calendar outsole maintains traction when you need it most--without overwhelming your sense of style.

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SKU: SEA002A
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