Sebago addresses the season with the Springpoint Chore Coat

Known chiefly for their marine-infused footwear, Sebago has always had a nice additional side hustle in clothing. This season, the brand founded back in 1946 revisits the classic chore coat and makes it tough enough for sea and deck life.

Made from 100% Cotton Ripstop to resist wind, rips and tears, this regular-fit chore coat is built for versatility and features front opening with personalised rubber finish buttons, 2 front patch pockets capacious and provided with embroidered drainage eyelets, and personalised external hang/dry loop.

A rugged and versatile sea-life choice, the Springpoint shirt owes its name to Spring Point Ledge Light, a sparkplug lighthouse in South Portland, Maine (USA), that marks a dangerous obstruction on the west side of the main shipping channel into Portland Harbour.

If you’re after something that’ll tick all the boxes as you spend time in and around the sea this summer, look no further.

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Mark Smith

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