Closeouts. Search for seashells or raise the mainsail in Sperry Top-Sider's Beechcomber shoes. The textile upper and leather panels shed water, and drainage ports in the rubber outsole mean your feet won't be wet for long.
Reviewed by pastysmom from California on Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Terrible fit! uncomfortable and stiff. Will be returning them with the rest of my order. Very disappointed in Sierra Trading Post. I have been a customer for a few years. I had to pay shipping for an order over $100.00 and now will be paying shipping to return 3 of the 4 items I purchased. Waste of time and money.
Reviewed by KK in Utah from Utah on Friday, June 6, 2014
I bought these shoes to wear to the Oregon coast on the beach. The trip isn't for awhile yet. The shoes are stable enough, but the color is slightly different than I expected. I ordered the shoes in Ginger... which appeared a bit reddish on my monitor, but in actuality is very orange. The shoes seem to run a bit large, as well. Perhaps when they get wet, they fit will shrink slightly. I'll have to see.
Reviewed by rookie hiker from washington dc on Tuesday, May 15, 2012
I used the shoes crossing streams in the Escalante mountains in Utah. I thought they performed well, but the guide commented that they didn't have quite enough traction. I love how they look and that I can continue to wear them as casual shoes.