Chapter 4 is the final episode of the Ronnie Fieg For Sebago Spring/Summer 2013 collection. Finishing off the line are two of my favorite styles, an all new Spinnaker ($115 USD) and all new Schooner ($130 USD). The Sebago Spinnaker is a classic handsewn moc-toe boat shoe which needed two-tone nubuck uppers and Sebago’s non-marking rubber Docksides soles. The style includes durable leather socklining and is laced with functional rawhide navy laces. The Schooner is one of Sebago’s most iconic boat shoe styles. The handsewn model combines a classic silhouette with rubber slip-resistant Campside soles, while the genuine moccasin construction uses light brown nubuck and soft light denim on the upper. Off-white rawhide laces, calfskin lining, mudguard quarter panels and non-corrosive brass eyelets finish off the look.

The Ronnie Fieg For Sebago Spring/Summer 2013 Chapter 4 Collection will be releasing at Kith NYC stores and RonnieFieg.com starting today at 11am EST.

There are very few brands that have stuck to their roots and continue to stay true. Sebago is definitely one of those brands, no question. You might know about my collaborative efforts with Sebago since June of 2010 when The Nexus Project launched. It goes much further than that, I was selling Sebago ever since the mid 90′s and I’ve been in love with the product ever since.

This capsule marks the 6th season of Ronnie Fieg for Sebago collections. I find that the more I work with this brand, the more I feel like both names are synonymous. This collection consists of 8 styles, all of which are very different from one another. For the first installment, I chose to release the Schooner in blotched camouflage leather and an oily coffee brown leather Dockside. This version of the Dockside is as classic as you will find but with a premium twist, and the Schooner is a new upper that is a bit different from what I have worked on in the past. The extra quarter panel comes across and up the toe adds some body and provides a different feel for the traditional boat shoe. The Schooner sits on a white Campside outsole which is my personal favorite for deck soles, the mini wedge is a perfect detail to differentiate the Schooner from the rest.

Both styles are crafted with a handsewn moccasin construction and made with full grain leather. Details include functional rawhide laces and leather socklining. The Schooner retails for $130 USD, while the Dockside can be picked up for $115 USD. Check out both styles now at Kith NYC stores and RonnieFieg.com.