American menswear meets the British style of Baracuta
Introducing Sebago® with Baracuta
Moccasins, boat shoes and a jacket. Three models which have been revisited for the Spring Summer 2020 collection in accordance with the brand’s aesthetics. They come together in a perfect combination of craftsmanship and tartan geometries.
After the sneak peek at Pitti Immagine Uomo last June, the first co-branding, Sebago® with Baracuta, has arrived. The branded symbol of the American upper class, celebrated for its craftsmanship and the British male clothing brand, famous for its tartan pattern, come together to give life to a collection that revisits their respective iconic models. For Sebago: the moccasin model ‘Dan Citysides’ and the boat shoe model ‘Portland Docksides’; and for Baracuta, the long-standing G9 Harrington Jacket.
The Sebago® Dan Baracuta model is made of glossy full-grain leather which lasts over time and is hand-sewn with the utmost craftsmanship. This penny loafer revisits the iconic model of Sebago®, a moccasin which is suitable for all four seasons. It features an unlined leather upper, molded rubber heel and cured leather sole which offers strength, flexibility and waterproofness. The Sebago® with Baracuta moccasins are available in black and burgundy and feature a red leather insole and a Fraser Tartan insert inside the toe-cap.
Sebago® Portland Baracuta - created to be a perfect nautical shoe, this historic boat shoe model is made of suede in three different colours: red, dark green and blue, a palette that incorporates the colours of the Baracuta Fraser Tartan. Durable and hand-sewn, this model features a leather insole, 360 ° leather lacing system and non-marking, non-slip striped rubber sole which offers a secure grip in all weather conditions.
Sebago® with Baracuta also presents two pieces of outerwear that reinterpret the famous G9 jacket: the Combo Jacket, in navy blue, green and red colours, and the Skipper Jacket, in total blue. The co-branding details feature the logos of the two brands in golden lettering, which are printed on the inner lining.