Gay Travel Information – Product Review – Sebago’s Filson Knight Shoe


Today I am going to spotlight one hot pair of boots – Sebago’s Filson Knight ($170).

These rugged blucher moccasins can handle any kind of weather or conditions! You can choose from full grain waterproof leather / Filson tin cloth upper , waxy full grain leather or waterproof leather uppers. 

Rawhide laces stay tied in any weather, and leather sock lining keeps your feet comfortable in any weather conditions. 

  • Handsewn, Blucher Moccasin Construction
  • Full Grain Waterproof Leather/Filson® Tin Cloth Upper or
  • Waxy Full Grain Leather Uppers or Full Grain Waterproof
  • Leather Uppers
  • Rawhide Laces
  • Three-quarter Leather Socklining
  • EVA Midsole
  • Vibram® Rubber Sole

I personally love my pair and wear them everywhere and find them to be extremely comfortable. 

They look great with a pair of jeans and bulky sweater and just scream fall or winter hike! 


The Sebago brand started in 1946 by three New England natives: Daniel J Wellehan Sr., William Beaudoin and Joseph Cordeau. Their first shoe, the hand-sewn penny loafer, was styled after the popular Indian moccasins and pioneered what would become the company’s patented welt construction. Two years after the initial founding, Sebago-Moc would sell its breakthrough leather boat shoe to Uniroyal.

Today, along with our authentic classics, they’re also introducing new, innovative footwear to consumers in the 85+ countries where Sebago is sold. Plus, through global collaborations, they’re also developing exclusive footwear, such as the multi-colored Docksides® they produced with French retailer, Colette, and the colorful, limited edition boat shoes they created with VANE New York City. Showing that while Sebago is always mindful of our legacy, as a company they will forever keep moving forward.

For more information on the Sebago brand visit

Desiree Sousa


Out & About Travel / Gay Travel Information

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