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  • Sperry Top-Sider - Norfolk Chukka ASV Shoe - Men's - Suede Brown

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  • Sperry Top-Sider - Norfolk Chukka ASV Shoe - Men's - Suede Brown

Sperry Top-Sider Norfolk Chukka ASV Shoe - Men's

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    The Sperry Men's Norfolk Chukka ASV Shoe combines classic style with modern comfort-enhancing tech to keep you feeling as good as you look. Gorgeous burnished leather or suede uppers and classic chukka styling offer timeless looks, and the ultra-soft lambskin lining keeps your foot wrapped in luxury. ASV technology reduces impacts for all-day comfort, and the EVA footbed and midsole boost cushioning while keeping weight to a minimum. It's finished off with a non-marking outsole with Sperry's Wave-Siping tread that disperses water for ultimate wet/dry traction.
    • Leather or suede upper
    • Lambskin lining
    • Anti-Shock and Vibration (ASV) technology
    • EVA footbed and midsole
    • Non-marking outsole with Wave Siping tread
    • Item #SRR00AL

    Tech Specs

    Upper Material
    [tan] leather, [suede brown] suede
    Lining
    lambskin
    Closure
    lace
    Footbed
    EVA
    Midsole
    EVA
    Sole
    Wave-Siping (non-marking rubber)
    Recommended Use
    casual wear

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: 10.5

    These boots are awesome. I also have Clark's Desert boots (probably the most common chukkas) and, while I love the Clark's, I find the Sperry's to be better. First, they're really comfortable, even to wear all day walking around the city. The Clark's I find comfortable for a little while and then I think they don't have enough arch support for me so my feet start to hurt walking around. Also the sole of the Sperry's is more like a boat shoe and seems more durable and gets less nasty than the crepe soles on a lot of similar boots, which I prefer although I'm sure some traditionalists would disagree. These Sperry's are also completely lined with really comfy leather so they feel like they'll last a long time.

    I ordered a 10.5, which is the same size I wear in their boat shoes and I think they fit great.