The quintessence of '60s California cool, each shoe is named after an influential date in California's storied culture. Called the 9/65, the bamboo moc cites the day in September 1965 when the hippie movement was first observed in print. (The paper of record? The San Francisco Examiner, which noted that the city's Haight-Ashbury district had become a "hip hangout" for beatniks.) We're digging the laid-back look of the soft canvas upper on a classic moc. With bamboo edging around the sole and hand-sewn moccasin stitching. Jute foxing tape. Heel counter is lined in sueded leather to secure fit. Calendar rubber sole is made with a patented SeaVulc Natural Rubber manufacturing process. Natural rubber is softer and more elastic than synthetic, resulting in superior cushioning, reduced weight, increased flexibility and maximum slip resistance.