Sperry Top-Sider® Dinghy Boot Low Boat Shoes for Men
- Non-marking rubber outsole with Wave-Siping for ultimate wet-dry traction
- Ideal for on-deck activities
Manufacturer style #: 0746818.
Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by timjoe these work great I have purchase water shoes before and they dont work so well after wet. These shoe stay snug because of the velcro strap. The small holes at the toes and heel force the water out . I use them when I am fishing in my boat. I always seem to get my feet wet launching and or loading the the boat. These shoe's allow the water out so in no time at all your feet are dry. Great product if you area around water. Also I bought a pair of socks that wick moisture wounderful combination. GOOD JOB SPERRY. January 26, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by UMseafox Exactly what I wanted These shoes are comfortable and feel like you are basically wearing socks. I normally wear a size 12, and the 12's were too big so I had to return them for 11's. January 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by JayMan035 WELL WORTH THE MONEY these are true to fit and suprisingly comfortable. i use these down by the rivers and camping grounds. they have great grip on the rocks around the water and are durable enough to where around the bush. August 11, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by gizzu2 Just what I was looking for I found the boots true to size and fit perfectly. Quality is excellent and don't see any problems in the future. Please note these are deck shoes with no arch support! They are like wearing rubber socks, but that allows a great deal of grip on a wet irregular surface. I have already used them several times and they are perfect for what they are made for. I bought one pair for myself and a week later bought another pair for my brother. I recommend them for anyone who needs to stick to the deck when they need to. March 21, 2010
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Details:Would the bottom of the shoe resist sharp rocks? Would you recommend these for someone fishing from the beach? Meaning would like get a lot of sand into the shoes? I also fish from rocks near the beach.
A:No it wouldn't resist sharp rocks, but I would recommend fhese for someone fishing from a sandy beach. I don't believe you'd get a ton of sand in the shoes either.
A:i beleive these shoes would hold up well as they actually have a sole and are not like an aqua sock. i will be giving them a workout at the ocean next week
A:The shoes could resist some small rocks, but they are really thin for grip use on the boat deck. i wouldn't walk a lot on small rocky surfaces. But large rocky surfaces, they are really good for grip. Sand is not a problem as they fit close at the top to keep water and sand out..I highly recommend the for what they are designed for, staying stuck to the boat deck.
Details:am i going to feel every little rock if i wear these fishing from shore? or are they a more solid bottom, like a running shoe bottom?
A:I would say somewhere in between. I didn't feel any rocks or shells as I was walking in them on sand, but I also run as well, and running shoes typically have a thicker more absorbant bottom. I did walk on pavement getting to the beach and did feel tiny pebbles underneath the shoe, but on the beach...not at all.
A:they have more of a hard sole like a tennis shoe.I don't see where rocks would be a problem. i am going to be using mine for surf fishing and swimming
A:Yes you will feel everything as they are like wearing socks. Great grip but they have little solid sole. They are made for griping the boat deck, which they are designed for. They do this very well.
A:They are an atheletic type shoe bottom. Great grip on rocks and no feeling of specific pressure points.
A:The bottom is more of a hard bottom.
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