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Men's SeaRacer Sneaker
In 1935 Paul Sperry invented the first sailing shoe, and we've been busy re-inventing it ever since! We work with the US Sailing Team to be sure we design shoes for even the most extreme conditions. When it comes to world class sailing shoes, Sperry Top-Sider provides the ultimate in high performance footwear.
Sperry accepts returns of unworn merchandise purchased from sperrytopsider.com within 45 days of purchase. Please include the packing slip and original packaging with your return. Sperry does not refund or reimburse shipping charges for returns.
Sperry does not offer exchanges. Please follow the above return policy and place your new order through sperrytopsider.com. The cost of standard return shipping and the cost of standard shipping on your replacement order can be reimbursed by contacting customer service.
Please see our full Return & Exchange policy or contact Customer Service.
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Rated 1 out of 5Â by Amos sandpaper inside No other shoe will give you instant blisters on your little toe like these shoes. They are designed to be worn without socks but you need to wear socks to stop the blisters. In other words they are a failure in what they were designed for, so unfortunate. October 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Soulman978 Excellent deck shoes for racing These shoes run large. I usually wear a 13, but when I got them they were too big. I returned them and ordered a 12 and they fit like a glove, though I like my shoes to be snug when racing so my feet don't slide around inside of them. Grip on deck is phenomenal. July 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MDSSailor Great shoe Very comfortable, lightweight, quick-drying shoe. Excellent grip on deck. Fabric is breathable, and the insole is comfortable with or without socks. May 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 Outstanding comfort I know these are the most comfortable shoe I have ever worn. Only worn in the house so far as I have not had a chance to wear them while boating. February 5, 2013