Runs true to size. Good arch support for comfortable wear. Insulated with micro-fleece. Waterproof.
Won't keep your feet warm in temperatures below freezing.
Easy to slip on and off. Fleece lining for cold weather. Waterproof rubber foot.
May be too narrow for wide feet.
Memory foam cushioning. 1-inch wedge for those who want some added height. Micro-fleece lining helps keep you warm on cold days.
Boots can run a bit narrow, especially if you're wearing thick socks.
Lined with natural sheep's fur to help keep you warm in the coldest weather. Tall 9-inch shaft keeps more of your leg protected.
Not as much arch support as some of the other boots from Sperry.
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Sperry has been around since 1935, and many of their designs, like the classic boat shoes and loafers, are the original 80-year-old designs — you don’t need to reinvent success. Their similarly iconic saltwater duck boots are incomparable for wet weather wear. These waterproof boots feature nonmarking rubber outsoles that offer great traction and will keep your feet dry even through the muckiest mud. The snow and ice boots take it up a notch with rugged rubber outsoles for superb grip. They’re also seam-sealed and lined with Thinsulate for warm toes. Sperry also has a comfortable and stylish range of fashion boots featuring leather uppers and classic looks.