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, and the King’s Point ($220 USD) boots online only at starting today.

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 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 for $170 USD.

Part 3, three new Ronnie Fieg by Sebago releases. To start off the launch I’d like to present the new re-designed breathable boat shoe, The Vincent, now available in two new colorways. The shoe consists of a multi-material Campside upper on a Docksides outsole, fusing two iconic models into one. Each shoe is as strong as it is stylish with a perforated leather silhouette and rawhide laces. Next, the Sebago Thompson provides a genuine relaxed twist to a classic tasseled shoe that’s now ideal for any occasion this summer. Features include bright white Docksides® soles, rich premium nubuck that molds to your every step, leather socklining and a recognizable Sebago side tag. Both styles are fully handsewn from start to finish and can easily be worn dressed up or dressed down. Look for these new Ronnie Fieg by Sebago releases at Kith NYC stores and online at today.

May 2012 welcomes three new models from the Ronnie Fieg by Sebago Spring/Summer 2012 collection. After previously dropping two Docksides earlier last month I’d like to introduce to you the Mohican for men and two special women models, the Spinnaker and the Angelique.

The Mohican ($130 USD) is a new model from Sebago that features a handsewn genuine moc construction that wraps the foot in a single piece of rich moist suede. The shoe grabs inspiration from my previous fringe collar dockside, the Abenaki Low, but these stand on top of a Campside sole delivering seamless comfort and hardwearing durability with the Ronnie Fieg plug on the bottom of the outsole. Releasing today is the Scarlett and Sand suede colorways.

The first women’s release for the season is the Spinnaker shoe ($95 USD). The Spinnaker reinterprets the classic Dockside style in a two-color upper with crazy horse leather in a sangria red with brown ankle detailing, all sitting on top of rubber slip-resistant Dockside soles. The Angelique ($130 USD) is Sebago’s Beacon boot with a personalized cut out on the ankle for women. The summer boot features dimpled leathers and a kiltie on the front as well as a colorway influenced by leopard prints, offering a clean switch-up for all women this season.

All three styles are built with a handmade construction offering an uncompromising fit, comfort and quality. Starting today you can purchase the Mohican, the Spinnaker and the Angelique from the Ronnie Fieg by Sebago collection at and Kith NYC stores in Manhattan and Brooklyn.

These new limited edition handmade Quintin 6-panel snapbacks are constructed with a premium canvas crown and high quality stretched calf skin pony hair. Detail finishings include a hidden front panel stash pocket and a debossed leather patch on the back. Available in three exclusive styles, the Ronnie Fieg x Quintin Pony Hair Calfskin collection comes in Black Leopard, Navy Leopard and Plum Giraffe. Each style is extremely limited and out now at and Kith NYC stores for $80 USD.

Since being introduced in 1970, the Dockside has become an icon in marine footwear. This season the Ronnie Fieg by Sebago collection offers a new take on the classic model with premium oiled nubuck in two colorways of grey and olive. Each shoe is designed with hand-sewn genuine moc construction that wraps the foot in a single piece of form-fitting material for seamless comfort and durability. Each model features rawhide laces, corrosive-resistant Sebago eyelets and littleway stitched Sebago Docksides boat soles with slip-resistant, non-marking rubber. Starting today you can grab the first drop from this season’s Ronnie Fieg by Sebago collection for $100 USD at Kith NYC stores and while they last.

375 days ago I was informed by Sebago that they were interested in creating a Ronnie Fieg capsule collection. Throughout the last year,only those closest to me know how hard I’ve worked to produce these shoes I present to you today. Having exclusively sold my previous collaborations through one retailer, this was an amazing opportunity for me to branch out and offer my work on an international level.

While out in The Dominican Republic for my Nexus Project, I witnessed firsthand what Sebago is capable of as far as production and since then, the desire to continue to work with Sebago only grew stronger. My second trip down to DR was for this line. I sat down with pattern makers and the fringe idea was something I’ve been wanting to execute for quite some time. The real challenge was to create a collar on the Odanak boot which would be completely removable without a trace (no buttons, toggles, or velcro) and after working on this design for over 3 days I came up with this closure system which ties the two pieces together in the back with a rawhide lace. The Abinaki is a traditional dockside with a fringe collar. Adding the this new piece to the upper gave me another great panel to work with and show material contrast between the vamp, quarter and the collar. I think it’s a perfect alternative to the traditional dockside, same classic feel with a twist. The Spinnakers are the two tone docksides made with some of the best leathers you will ever see/feel. The pebbled leather should look familiar to you, its the same leather used on the Marcus Troy dockside combined with 3H premium box leathers. Very clean, very different. And finally, the traditional dockside; there was no way I would create a collection and not work on Sebago’s timeless classic. The antique brown and sand leathers are amazing and look better with age, something I definitely look for when working on heritage product.

Each shoe in the collection is limited to 300 pairs and will be offered at top-shelf retailers across the country. A few of the shops carrying the line for in store purchase will be Shoe Gallery (Miami), Ubiq (Philly), Conveyor at Fred Segal (Los Angeles), select Saks 5th Ave locations, select Bloomingdale locations, Akira (Chicago), West (Upper West side Nyc), and David Z.(Soho Nyc).

For this release I am launching an E-Commerce section to my website. I’ve been working with my good friend Andy Oliver for months creating a web page which will emphasize the details of my collection. Ever since I got started in this business this was a long term goal that is finally coming into fruition, I hope you guys enjoy it! Check out the Ronnie Fieg by Sebago Site here.

A very special thanks to Sean Munro for shooting with me every other weekend for the past year, Gary Malamet and Tom Siano for believing in me since day one and making me part of the Sebago family, Natalie Tassell for getting things done for me, and Andy Oliver for helping me bring my vision to life with the new site. I couldn’t do it without you guys, thank you!