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Slip the classically comfortable Sperry Top-Sider A/O 2-Eye Canvas Loafer onto your foot before you head out the door to check the height of the waves. The crusty old guys down on the boat ramp will quickly recognize that you have the same passion for boating that your grandfather did, seeing as how you're wearing almost the same shoe he did 75 years ago.

  • Classic style and durable, genuine hand-sewn canvas upper is soft for all-day performance on the deck
  • 360-degree lacing system provides a secure fit with slip-on convenience
  • Shock-absorbing EVA heel-cup for added comfort and stability
  • Non-marking rubber outsole with Wave-Siping grips in both wet and dry environments
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So sick!

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size

Just like the leather ones, but a lot lighter weight. I foolishly took mine back, and now I wish they made them in that same light blue color!!! What is wrong with me. If you see a color in these that you like, buy them quick before they are gone!

Lightweight and Comfy

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:Runs large

I picked these up in the Taupe Canvas color. Overall I would say they are a hair darker than how they look in the picture here. Size wise, I normally wear a 9.5. Knowing these were canvas, I knew they would stretch. I ended up sizing down to a 9 and it was the right decision for me.



Otherwise, these are extremely comfy. They break in after a couple days and fit perfect from that moment onward.

Best Summer Shoe

    These truly are the absolute pinnacle of summer shoes. They are my go to for summer next to my flipflops and salomon amphibs. I really like the uber light feel of them on my feet and the canvas makes them super cool (not sweaty). The sole is super durable and long lasting. Very stylish for sure. I suggest sizing down a whole size if you wish to go sockless, but that may just be me.

    Actually pretty comfy...

      I live in the tropics and wanted something cas' I could chill out in at work and strut on the weekends. My only issues are 1, they are slippery as a slippery thing on my tile floor, and b, the sole has started getting hairline cracks around the perimeter - uh oh...
      Otherwise pretty good construction, I've worn them on the rocks fishing and in a shopping mall for about 10 hours.