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When you only want to deal with one pair of shoes during your next river trip, wear the Sperry Top-Slider Men's Pine Buckle Water Shoes and forget just about it. Let these shoes get soaked on your way down the river and then keep them on for light hiking and camp chores. The modern look will even up your style points.

  • SON-R technology helps your feet react better to varying terrain conditions
  • Hydrophobic mesh drains well and dries fast so you won't be hiking with soggy feet after stream crossing
  • Antimicrobial lining helps prevent your shoes from reeking after a few days on the trail
  • Internal drainage lets water escape quickly so your feet don't slosh around during a wet hike

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Sad Day

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I attached the letter I wrote Sperry
Hello, I don't usually vocalize complaints about products but I was a loyal sperry wearer until now. A few years ago I purchased the Sperry Top-Sider Son-R Ping Buckle Water Shoe. I am a recreational but avid sailer. I crew on 2 regatta boats plus race one design lightnings. All my boating takes place in freshwater on the great lakes. I was excited when I first got the Ping because I fell in love with the new features and technology. They worked fine for the first year but then I noticed the sole getting brittle. Pretty soon the shoe proved to be a detriment. The soles were so hard I felt like I was wearing leather soled dress shoes on the deck. I ending up taking them off and going barefoot because it was safer. I don't really expect you to do anything but I just want to say with advancement in technical footwear I would expect more from Sperry.


great shoes but poor without socks

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

1st let me say with having a wide foot and high arch few shoes fit me well and these fit great. I usually get half a size bigger for easy slip on / slip off but I bought it my normal size (cleat or tight lace shoe size) due to the review that said they ran big. They fit perfect.

NOT A BAREFOOT SHOE, unfortunately... They are hugely flawed by the stitching in the heal. why put in nice heal padding and then stitch though the middle of it....? after one day my heals were bleeding... not blistered and torn but the stitching actually scratched the skin right off. So basically buy a pair of neoprene socks like "Sealskinz"or these shoes will be worthless.

*I cut up a pair of neoprene socks and fashioned them into the heal for barefoot use. I love them now!

dry fast

even more comfortable when wet

very good support

easy to take on and off

great grip even on wet rocks


No Bueno for Canyoneering

    I don't do much boating but I certainly do a lot of canyoneering and the hard part about canyoneering is finding a good pair of shoes for the hike in that also don't absorb a ton of water and stick to the wet sand-stone in Zion. I am also always looking for something a little less expensive than what Five Ten has to offer.
    Well, these shoes are not going to fit that bill at all. They're big and floppy (wide) which I'm assuming is to accommodate a thick neoprene sock for kayakers. There's pretty much zero support and if you try the shoes without socks on, they're jagged on your feet. I did not have a chance to try the grip on a wet surface so I can't comment on how they do there. Despite all that complaining, they do have a squishy foot bed like no other shoe I've ever worn.

    Granted, I know these shoes weren't designed for the activity that I was buying them for which is why they aren't getting zero stars. Just know that if you're looking for an alternative to the Canyoneer 2, these are not it.