About Sebago

Sebago® was established in Westbrook, Maine (Usa), in 1946. Daniel J. Wellehan, owner of five shoe shops in the area, decided to open his own factory. He became partners with two local shoe manufacturers (and friends) – William Beaudoin and Joseph Cordeau – and Sebago-Moc was born.

The name was inspired by nearby lake Sebago, that in the native Abenaki language means “long-shaped water basin”. Its first mocassin, the renowned “penny loafer”, was created in the same year, handsewn as by native tradition, still one of the brand’s best-sellers.

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