This Fall’s Ronnie Fieg For Sebago collection consists of three handmade premium leather boots that are perfectly suited for the season. The classic Iroquois Lux in smooth black nubuck headlines the collection, followed by a brand new silhouette named the Thomas.

The black Iroquois Lux features an all over black on black premium nubuck upper, leather lining and a removable fringe collar that is durable enough for urban and rustic use. Sitting on a Vibram outsole and leather welt/midsole, this boot is bound to become an Autumn staple. Round leather laces, a hand-stitched moc toe, & black eyelets complement and complete the luxury aesthetic of the boot.

The brand new Thomas boot has been draped in an all-over tan Crazy Horse pull-up leather that beautifully illustrates the rich qualities of the natural hide. This high top boot features 8 antique brass eyelets that ensure a firm fit. The Thomas provides a weather resistant, all leather exterior that is built upon a Vibram Christy sole. It is finished by a whipstitch that wraps around the toe of the boot. Perfect for the Autumn months, the Thomas boot was made to complement any wardrobe and provide the most premium boot of the season.

The brand new Thomas boot has been draped in an all-over smooth green Horween leather that beautifully illustrates the rich qualities of the natural hide. This high top boot features 8 metallic brass eyelets that ensure a firm fit. The Thomas provides a weather resistant, all leather exterior that is built upon a Vibram Christy sole. It is finished by a whipstitch that wraps around the toe of the boot. Perfect for the Autumn months, the Thomas boot was made to complement any wardrobe & provide the most premium boot of the season.

The boots will be made available today at 11am EST at RonnieFieg.com and at both Kith locations. Click here for a closer look.

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.

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Chapter 3 of the Ronnie Fieg for Sebago line continues with the Almani ($115 USD), consisting of a split upper and classic features. The shoe is designed with a bold blue pig suede upper and a translucent charcoal Dockside outsole with matching waxed laces. The Vincent ($125 USD) brings in an all black nubuck upper and a classic white Dockside outsole sitting below. The key design make up is the whip stitch around the toe for a true original look. Both shoes include leather lining, leather branded insoles and a hand sewn construction for true durability.

Check out Chapter 3 of the Spring/Summer 2013 Ronnie Fieg for Sebago line at RonnieFieg.com and Kith NYC stores starting today at 11am EST.

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For Chapter 2 of the Ronnie Fieg for Sebago Summer 2013 line, a new style is introduced, The Almani. I designed a new upper that I feel adds a bit of newness to a classic that can be worn with a more of an athletic mindset. I split the upper so there can be a saddle piece, it adds a little character and detail that blends well with classic features. The translucent bright orange outsole pops with great contrast as it sits below a charcoal leather upper. Leather lined, hand sewn priced at $115 USD.

This is the second year for the Vincent. It comes back in a salmon rich suede/premium grey beeswax leather Campside upper on a classic white Dockside outsole. I always liked the 4 eyelet Campside upper, it makes the shoe more wearable and a little more street friendly. The last time I used salmon on a Sebago shoe was 4 years ago, I felt like it was time for some more salmon. Leather lined and hand sewn priced at $125 USD.

Check out Chapter 2 of the Spring/Summer 2013 Ronnie Fieg for Sebago line at RonnieFieg.com and Kith NYC stores starting today.

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.

Ronnie Fieg for Sebago adds two special models to their Fall/Winter 2012 line-up. The Bergen boot, now in brown or burgundy, comes specially designed with premium Horween leathers for a slick city look and all-terrain feel. Extra details include corrosive-resistant Sebago eyelets to uphold against harsh elements and a Vibram lug soles for practicality. The King’s Point boot features a full black Horween leather upper that sits on top of a contrasted goodyear welted Vibram outsole. Tied together with leather laces, other key additions include the double padded leather collar and removeable kiltie. The Bergen ($190 USD) colorways will be available in at Kith NYC stores and RonnieFieg.com, and the King’s Point ($220 USD) boots online only at RonnieFieg.com starting today.

The latest release from the Ronnie Fieg for Sebago Fall/Winter 2012 collection are two new Iroquois Lux boots ready to ease the transition of Fall to Winter. The popular style returns with its staple handsewn construction in olive and denim color choices. The olive colorway is built with a full nubuck upper that’s soft to the touch, while the denim option features a denim designed front and smooth nubuck rear. Both styles sit on Vibram soles that offer the stability needed as the temperature drops. Key details include a removable fringe collar allowing the boot to be worn with any style and durable leather laces bringing to all together. The Ronnie Fieg for Sebago Fall/Winter 2012 Iroquois boots will retail for $180 USD and are available starting today at RonnieFieg.com while quantities last.

The first drops from the Ronnie Fieg for Sebago Fall/Winter 2012 collection have just landed. First up, the line presents two luxury Seneca boots ($150 USD) in all black Horween leather and grey nubuck. Although two different material offerings, both products come laced with rawhide laces and corrosive-resistant Sebago eyelets. Key details include whip stitching on the toebox, a branded leather plug on the bottom of the shoe and a reworked Campside sole. Next are two Bleeker boots ($180 USD), one in all brown Horween leather and the other in all grey nubuck. The boot stands comfortably on a long lasting Vibram sole and features leather lining and leather pull tabs. The style includes full brogue detailing throughout that’s set for any occasion. As with all Sebago products, you can expect a true handsewn construction that’s built last. You can find the Ronnie Fieg for Sebago Fall/Winter 2012 Seneca boots and Bleeker boots at RonnieFieg.com today and Kith NYC stores starting Wednesday, October 31st.

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Ronnie Fieg by Sebago continues to roll out new releases with two new Tomahawk styles. The handsewn silhouette was custom made for the collection and features a one piece wrapped leather moccasin construction. Features include a premium full grain leather upper with its staple removable fringe collar, leather rawhide laces, corrosive-resistant Sebago eyelets, leather socklining and Sebago Campsides™ soles with non-marking, slip-resistant rubber for traction and durability. Check out the images here and look for the release this Friday, August 24th at Kith NYC stores and RonnieFieg.com for $170 USD.

The Mohican is a new model from Sebago that has been undertaken by Ronnie Fieg and executed to perfection. Straight from the Ronnie Fieg by Sebago line, the Mohican is now available in both green and sand/brown colorways. Each pair features a handsewn genuine moc construction that wraps the foot in a single piece of moist oily suede and an added fringe upper. The green style includes an all suede upper and the sand/brown colorway includes a mixed suede and leather. Each Mohican includes rawhide laces, Ronnie Fieg by Sebago branding, corrosive-resistant Sebago eyelets and Campsides boat sole with slip-resistant, non-marking rubber. Grab both styles online now at RonnieFieg.com and at Kith NYC stores today for $130 USD.