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Sperry No-Show Liner Socks - 3-Pack, Below the Ankle (For Big Boys)

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Overview

About Sperry No-Show Liner Socks - 3-Pack, Below the Ankle (For Big Boys)

Closeouts. Designed for their iconic boat shoes, Sperry's No-Show liner socks sit below the ankle for a barrier between your youngster's feet and his shoes. A touch of spandex stretches these socks to fit, and a cushioned footbed adds comfort.

Specs

Specs about Sperry No-Show Liner Socks - 3-Pack, Below the Ankle (For Big Boys)

  • Lightweight
  • Height: Below the ankle
  • Fabric: 81% cotton, 16% polyester, 2% rubber, 1% spandex
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in China

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5.000000 5 Overall Rating: 5 Based on 1 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

No complaints
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Hiking family from Cambridge, MA on Thursday, June 15, 2017
They do the job
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Question & Answer

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  • “Are these for men or children?”
    Asked by Johnny the Boater from Florida on 9/30/2017 4:29:12 PM
    • These are for kids and youth. The size we currently have is 9/1.5 (Shoe Size 9-1½)
      Answered on 10/2/2017 12:09:43 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • I am a woman wearing a woman's size 6 (kids size 4) and these fit great.
      Answered on 10/3/2017 9:08:12 AM by Hiking family from Cambridge, MA

About Sperry

After a slippery boat deck nearly sent him overboard, lifelong sailor and inventor Paul Sperry created the first pair of Sperry Top-Sider boat shoes in 1935. Determined to find a solution for better traction, Paul carved small grooves into the bottom of his rubber-soled shoes, called “siping.” His idea for the prototype was actually modeled after his dog’s paws, which had evolved to navigate slick, wet terrain. Today, Sperry boots and shoes combine siped rubber soles for outstanding traction with advanced technical fabrics to keep out the watery elements. Over the years, Sperry boat shoes have even become the official footwear of the U.S. Sailing Team, the Shimano Fishing Tour and the U.S. Naval Academy.