Garners praise for stylish looks, durable structure, precise cushioning, reliable traction, and extended-wear comfort. Leather feels supple. Versatile look for dressy and dress down occasions.
Expensive for Sperry. Not very breathable. Breaking them in may take a while.
Lightweight. Attractive boat sneaker. Ideal for warm weather. Textile and canvass construction offers breathable comfort. Ideal for casual wear.
Sizes run somewhat narrow. May fit tightly on wide feet. Not the best choice for dressy events.
Classic boat shoe look. Durable leather. Breathable mesh upper panels, mid-sole and tongue padding – features that equal both style and comfort. Short break-in period.
Size runs narrow on some men. Likely to require a break-in period.
One of the more classic pair of boat shoes by the brand. Complements most warm-weather attire from casual to dressy. Leather construction earns praise for all-day comfort and longevity.
Runs large. May rub and cause a few blisters during the short break-in period. Blisters and rubbing occurs more if worn without socks like most men prefer.
More structure than comparable topsiders. Combination of padded foot bed, interior cushioning, and dual-density bottom provides excellent support. Versatile for casual and dressy wear.
Leather isn't as soft or breathable as some others in the Sperry family. Feel somewhat stiff. Some owners gripe about the leather dye rubbing off on socks. Size discrepancies – may run too small or too large.
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