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You're looking at the Chukka reimagined as a minimal ankle length slip-on. Not quite a boot, and more than a sneaker the Huntington Middie from SeaVees is a clean cut suede shoe that will "slip into your wardrobe as easily as it slips onto your foot". This no-fuss design is reminiscent of  the quintessential surf style, and translates seamlessly into a casual wardrobe. They're the perfect pair to outfit your morning coffee run or a spring time surf check. Get them below.

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NEW YORK TIMES
In the aisles of the American supermarket, hierarchies arise and collapse with the velocity of soap-opera drama. The produce section is especially cutthroat; here, because novel products are so rare, it’s the stories that must change to entice consumers. Back in the 1970s, the Chinese gooseberry went global — cultivated in New Zealand and shipped to the world — after being rechristened as the friendlier kiwi. Just a few years ago, kale was king, rehabbed as a luxury green after decades as a garnish and a Southern standby. Similarly, quinoa, long a staple crop in the Andes, has lately become a Western fixture, an ostensibly more primal alternative to rice. The latest entrant to this contest is Brazilian açaí, a purplish, antioxidant-rich stone fruit — though most call it a berry — foraged from trees in the Amazon River basin.
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