Sebago, and it looks like they have expanded worldwide.
I tried to figure out just how old my Sebagos were ... and was a little on the amazed side. I think I bought them in late 2007 or early 2008, which would make them about seven years old now. Real leather uppers. Just getting that soft, worn look and feel. I need a shoe with a wide width, which always makes it hard to shop for women's shoes, and found these online. I paid about $80 for them, which is the most I have EVER spent on a pair of shoes.
I have loved them to pieces. Literally, apparently. My Sebagos have just been so comfortable that even wearing them for 12-14 hours a day when I work overtime, my feet don't ache at night and my heel spurs have become almost painless. I can certainly tell the days when I'm wearing other shoes or going barefoot. I could almost sleep in these.
Unfortunately, they no longer make this style, or very many wide width shoes for women, so I'm on the hunt again for a pair of comfortable cold weather shoes. I'm not really an Imelda Marcos kind of shoe shopper, so when I find a pair that I love and that is comfortable ... I wear it exclusively.
I've certainly gotten my money's worth out of them. A pair of Danskin tennis shoes I bought at Wal-Mart last July have already cracked both of the soles and leak water into my socks whenever I walk Trooper on the beach or in the rain.
[and in case you are wondering ... this has not been a "paid endorsement" or a sponsored post. I'm just amazed at how well my Sebago shoes have held up with all that I've put them through in the past seven years. I believe in sharing the joy, and when I find a product or service that I believe in ... I'll be more than happy to promote them.]