The quintessence of '60s California cool, each shoe is named after an influential date in California's storied culture. In February of 1960, the VIII Olympic Winter Games commenced in Squaw Valley—the first held in the Western United States, the first to be televised and the first time computers were used to tabulate results. Inspired by the simplistic stylings and functional ideals of the boots worn in those games, this trail boot is made of full-grain leather with a micro-sanded and oiled top surface for durability. Moccasin stitch and 360-degree welt stitch hand sewn with a heavy, waxed thread. Made by SeaVees' patented SeaVulc Natural Rubber manufacturing process, which allows a casual shoe to be as comfortable as a sneaker. Oil-stuffed rawhide leather laces. Brushed silver flat eyelets. Leather lined footbed and collars. Sueded leather heel. Import.