Sperry Top-Sider Men’s A/O 2 Eye Boat Shoe

December 5, 2015 - Comment

Whether you call them A/Os, boat shoes or Top-Siders, they will always be the Originals. Since 1935, these shoes have been the staple for those with a passion for the sea. The A/O combines classic comfort and enduring style for a timeless look. Fashion fades, but style is forever.

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Whether you call them A/Os, boat shoes or Top-Siders, they will always be the Originals. Since 1935, these shoes have been the staple for those with a passion for the sea. The A/O combines classic comfort and enduring style for a timeless look. Fashion fades, but style is forever.

Comments

eileen finazzo says:

Not like it used to be The fit of the sperry boat shoe was, as expected, very good. What I immediatly noticed however, was that the shoe quality was not what it used to be. The leather is thinner and not as well finished as in my previous sperry top-siders. But most important to me, the shoe liner, was not up to par. Previous purchases had full foot leather shoe liners. This is important because if you tend to wear the show without socks you will often pull up the liner when removing your shoes. The new shoe…

Eddie says:

Waste of money It takes about 10 hours or so to break this pair of shoes in. And they are comfortable once this is done. I personally got another probably 20-30 hours worth of wearing these until they completed started to suck. They are made cheap and the insoles have came unglued and folded up in both shoes. Less than impressed considering the money I spent on these. I received these on April 24th, and haven’t even worn them since the end of May.

H. wright says:

Owned several of these top-siders for over 20 years – They made them too cheap I would gladly pay a lot more to get these made to a better quality like they always have been. My other top siders used to feel great on my feet without needing to be broke in. I had hoped that after I wore these for a while they would break in and feel better. But they still feel like leather cardboard. The leather they use now isn’t soft like before and it is feels thinner than before. The soles are thinner and more rigid. One of the great features about these shoes used to be that the…

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