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    I'm fed up of wearing cheap plimsoles for sailing as wet feet is just no fun! I'm looking at getting some sebago docksides as they seem to be recommended by almost everybody, so firstly, do you agree with this recommedation? And secondly where is the cheapest place to buy them from? The sebago site seems cheaper than amazon but £95 is still a lot.
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    Sebagos are good shoes, and to be honest you won't find them for much less than £95, but, they are worth it.
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    (Original post by this charming girl)
    I'm fed up of wearing cheap plimsoles for sailing as wet feet is just no fun! I'm looking at getting some sebago docksides as they seem to be recommended by almost everybody, so firstly, do you agree with this recommedation? And secondly where is the cheapest place to buy them from? The sebago site seems cheaper than amazon but £95 is still a lot.
    Why not try River Island loafers/driving shoes? Or Aldo? Or Schuh? I have 3 River Island loafers, used them whilst on holiday and they are very comfortable and reasonably priced
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    Orca Bay deck shoes are really good! They have a really sturdy sole and real leather, comfy and machine washable.
    http://www.shoon.com/womens-shoes/sh...right-pink.htm

    http://www.shoon.com/womens-shoes/sh...s/cove-tan.htm

    http://www.shoon.com/womens-shoes/sh...s/bay-navy.htm

    http://www.shoon.com/womens-shoes/sh...es/bay-tan.htm
 
 
 
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