If you believe in keeping footwear sleek and simple, then the Volunteer Plimsoll by Seavees should be right up your street.
The brand celebrates the casual style of California in the 1960s; naming each of their footwear styles after an influential date in California history.
With this in mind, the Volunteer Plimsoll is a silhouette that celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Peace Corps signing. One of the truly appealing aspects of these plimsolls is that for every pair sold, Seavees will make a donation to the planned Peace Corps commemorative in Washington D.C.
Featuring a red canvas body and contrasting soft premium suede trim, it gives the footwear a simple elegance, providing a distinct edge over its competitors on the market – especially the fast fashion versions that can be seen on every single male throughout your city.
The team at FashionBeans are always drawn to this particular brand because of their focus on attention to detail, quality control and user comfort. This is apparent through many different aspects of the design; from the cut and sewn canvas and suede uppers (salt washed for over 90 minutes to give the style a soft, perfectly faded finish) to the uppers and foot bed, which are lined in a natural antibacterial and hypoallergenic bamboo canvas in order to offer customers maximum comfort.
Other details include: White stitching and branding to the top of the white vulcanised rubber sole.
Available now over at Oki-ni.