Huntington Middie - Greyboard
ORIGINDecember 1964, Surf Guide, the surf enthusiast's monthly magazine, covers the U.S Surfboard Championships in Huntington Beach, CA. The competition was held by the Huntington Beach Surf Club, which was established in an effort to "preserve the sport of surfing and build athletes instead of bums."
The Huntington Middie is turning heads. They're casual, clean, and suitable for any affair featuring uppers made of soft suede with a hidden gore and pull tab for easy on and off. Seavee's signature comfort footbed featuring airflow channels and perforations offers cooling and the herringbone molded outsole provides more bounce and sure-footed grip on any surface.
Seavee's shoes fit true to size according to U.S. industry sizing standards. Please use Seavee's Fit Guide tool to find the size we suggest for you in this particular style. See our Size Chartfor conversions and foot measurements.
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