Sperry Top-Sider Billfish 3-Eye Boat Shoes for Men - Tan/Beige
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Catch fish in greater comfort with these Sperry Topsider® Billfish 3-Eye Boat Shoe for men! Handsewn Tru-Moc construction incorporates a stain-/water-resistant leather upper with air-mesh panels, shock-absorbing EVA heel cup, EVA midsole, and non-marking rubber outsole with Wave-Siping™ for the ultimate in wet/dry traction. 360° Lacing System™ with rustproof eyelets for a secure fit. Weight: 14 oz. Imported.
- Added comfort, support, and traction
- Genuine handsewn Tru-Moc construction with padded tongue
- Stain- and water-resistant leather for durable and lasting wear
- 360° Lacing System™ with rustproof eyelets for a secure fit
- Air-mesh upper panels for cool, breathable comfort
- Shock absorbing EVA heel cup for added comfort
- Molded EVA cushion midsole for all-day, under-foot comfort
- Non-marking, rubber outsole with Wave-Siping™ for the ultimate in wet/dry traction
Manufacturer style #: 0799323.
Sperry Top-Sider® Billfish Lace-Up Boat Shoes for Men
BEEN WEARING SPERRY FOR YEARS. HAVEN'T HAD THE FAILURES MENTIONED HERE BY OTHERS? THE SHOE IS WITHOUT QUESTION THE MOST COMFORTABLE DOCKER STYLE ON THE MARKET. I BOUGHT THE LIGHTER COLORED MODEL AND HAVE NOTICED THE EASY STAINING OR MARKS YOU GET ON THEM ON OCCASION. STILL A GREAT SHOE.
October 11, 2009
stain and noisy
I have religiously purchased these shoes for many years now. I used them in both fishing and dress situation. The last pair I purchased make a terrible squeaking noise that I can hardly bear It is embarrassing and certainly not good for a $100 shoe. The last two pairs I had to stop wearing for casual dress due to water staining. I used to be able to wear then for either until they wore slap out. I am not sure what they have changed, bit I would love them to go back in time to what they used to be - the best all around casual shoe on the market. I can't afford to buy them like they are now.
July 22, 2009
Casual shoes...not boat shoes
I'm an avid fisherman and have bought Sperry's for decades. I bought Sperry World Cups for years until they quit making them. Then I changed to the Billfish which was a good boat shoe when it first came out. My last pair of Billfish was in 2007 and the shoes are definitely not up to the quality they used to be. With that pair the leather inserts came unglued in less than a year after only being worn occasionally and never in the boat or water (wasn't fishing at the time). Prior to that experience, Sperry's had lasted me at least a couple of years with every purchase. Never had the shoes failed in such a manner. The shoes are also much lighter now, less rubber is being used and the soles wear out rather quickly. Leather and padding is not as thick as previous versions.
Sperry seems to be making kids casual shoes not true boat shoes anymore. I still buy them b/c I still need shoes to wear around my boat and haven't found anything better yet. My last purchase was the Barracudas...which as far as quality and durability is concerned, are not true boat shoes either.
May 2, 2009
High priced but good
These look nice enough to wear for casual dress, and still work well on the boat. I like the mesh sides - lets water out instead of the old Topsiders which stayed wet unless you took them off.
The price was high, maybe too high, but quality seems good, and they fit my big 'ol feet well. However, Bass Pro brand looks pretty good at $39 if you don't want to spend $99...
May 15, 2008
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