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- 100% Fabric or Textile
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately low-top from arch
- Lightweight, breathable canvas upper for incredible comfort
- Vulcanized construction with secure bonding between upper and outsole
- Versatile laceless construction allows for slip-on or lace-up look
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Lace up or slip on the Striper CVO Sneakers by Sperry for a stylishly laidback look you can sport practically anywhere. Renowned Sperry Wave-Siping? on the rubber outsoles offers traction in both wet and dry conditions, making the Striper CVO perfect for sailing over rocky waters and navigating rugged shores, as well.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Package Dimensions : 11.5 x 7.5 x 4.1 inches; 1.7 Pounds
- Item model number : 1048024
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : December 22, 2016
- Manufacturer : Sperry
- ASIN : B01M7U72MF
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The outsoles came unglued from the canvas body after one hour, and the canvas ripped after a few days.
After 3 weeks, the entire shoe body came unglued from the sole. I've never seen a pair shoes fall apart like that.
Total POS. It's too bad, because I used to love the Sperry brand. I'd still consider buying their old fashioned leather boat shoes.
But their canvas shoes are garbage. AVOID AT ALL COST.
I threw them away and bought a pair of Vans.
To sum it up: Sperry's may be good (for a few days) if you want to LOOK like you're on a boat.
—If you're gonna actually BE on a boat, get a pair of Vans.
I thought I was ordering the same pair as before, but these were slightly different, these have a white sole, whereas the comfortable, traditional Sperry's have a brownish yellow sole. The white sole makes them look a lot dirtier than they actually are, which is a definite con as well.
I like the look of the shoe, but the comfort level and quick wear-out time have made these shoes pretty disappointing.