Closeouts. Brighten up a rainy day with the stylish and colorful Sperry Top-Sider Pelican Too rain boots. These fully waterproof rubber boots are lined with warm microfleece and have a razor-cut Wave-Siping® outsole for slippery sidewalks.
Reviewed by STP shopper from Pacific Northwest on Thursday, January 29, 2015
These rain boots are scarily perfect. Lined, tall, lightweight, stylish, and an unbeatable price. They run a half size big. I wear a 6.5 or 7 and got a 6 which fits great. Easy on and off, perfect traction. Exactly what I need for walking the wet grass.
Reviewed by Shannon from Nebraska on Tuesday, December 02, 2014
I really love these boots, they are perfect and extra tall. However, they are a tad too big for me as I ordered up, thinking I'd need extra room. Although these are lined with fleece, they are not heavy lining and no need to size up. Now that these are sold out, I can't exchange to the next size down. :-/ Awesome boots, though.
Reviewed by Dog Park Walker from California on Friday, March 21, 2014
Love the fact that the boots have arches - very comfortable and good for walking. So far so good on this pair - last pair I bought ended up with a split between the sole and the boot. But sooo very comfortable have bought a replacement after 1 year. Hard to find a size 11!
Reviewed by Maddison from Missouri on Tuesday, December 03, 2013
These are a present for my daughter who wears a size 12 shoe. which is not the easiest to find. When I saw these boots in her size I couldn't pass them up. I was even happier when I received them for the quality is outstanding.
Reviewed by walks with dogs from Mississippi on Wednesday, November 06, 2013
I thought these were just what I have been looking for to replace my 20+ year old made-in-the-uk wellies (which are just beginning to wear out). Sadly, these boots are way too small in the foot. Calf seems o.k. for tucked-in jeans, although I could not fully test this with my foot stuck! I usually wear size 7 or 7.5 (or Eu 38). These 7's are not gonna work for me... Does anyone understand why so many boots only come in whole sizes?