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97 of 105 people found the following review helpful
on May 31, 2013
The fit of the sperry boat shoe was, as expected, very good. What I immediatly noticed however, was that the shoe quality was not what it used to be. The leather is thinner and not as well finished as in my previous sperry top-siders. But most important to me, the shoe liner, was not up to par. Previous purchases had full foot leather shoe liners. This is important because if you tend to wear the show without socks you will often pull up the liner when removing your shoes. The new shoe liner is a half liner, not all leather and without the former quality that I was used to.
Sperry, charge a bit more perhaps but maintain the quality. Thanks from a former top-sider fan
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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful
on November 30, 2014
I would gladly pay a lot more to get these made to a better quality like they always have been. My other top siders used to feel great on my feet without needing to be broke in. I had hoped that after I wore these for a while they would break in and feel better. But they still feel like leather cardboard. The leather they use now isn't soft like before and it is feels thinner than before. The soles are thinner and more rigid. One of the great features about these shoes used to be that the inside liners fully lined the whole shoe and were of very high quality. So these shoes didn’t stick to your feet when if your feet was damp.

I'm disappointed that a product that used to sell based on quality was made into junk. I also don't see these lasting like before. I have three pairs of these before I ordered these. One is well over 10 years old and still going but it's past time to retire. My other two are looking dated. I guess I'll take them in and have them refurbished and dyed and keep them as long as I can. I can only hope the manufacturer will decide to return to marketing to people that want a quality product!
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47 of 54 people found the following review helpful
on March 27, 2014
The only reason I decided to buy these Sperry Is Because It Is Cheaper online. So, I took a gamble, however, on the day it arrived it was in bad condition. Prior to the purchase l had went to an actual store and fitted to my size.

Thus it has led me to think the shoes are used or defectice because when I first opened the box I noticed that it was missing plastic packaging for each shoe and that the tissue paper was torn. At this point I was still satisfied because I was saving a few dollars. However, when I picked up the shoes there were scratches everywhere and a random black smug on the side of the shoe. If you look under the shoe it even says non-retail, they third party seller is trying to sell shoes that aren't even supposed to be sold!

Overall, either go with another seller or spend a few extra bucks to buy REAL authentic Sperrys, I hope this helps
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44 of 51 people found the following review helpful
on May 19, 2013
Just what the title says... The soles have become dry, hard, very slippery, & have started to cracked in less than 1 year. Its caused by reducing the quality of raw materials in the rubber and speeding up the vulcanization process.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on July 5, 2015
It takes about 10 hours or so to break this pair of shoes in. And they are comfortable once this is done. I personally got another probably 20-30 hours worth of wearing these until they completed started to suck. They are made cheap and the insoles have came unglued and folded up in both shoes. Less than impressed considering the money I spent on these. I received these on April 24th, and haven't even worn them since the end of May.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful
on December 14, 2013
Tried twice - both times supplier send an ugly two toned alternative product...can seem to get an order right. I will never use this supplier again. This is an unacceptable error, the supplier is ORVA. It reflects poorly on Amazon for using this supplier.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on April 27, 2015
Had these shoes for 2 months and they are tearing at the seam. don't recommend these shoes to anyone. I take care of them, no running, no dirt ever touches them, my feet are slim, but yet they rip.
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41 of 52 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2012
I was extremely unhappy even at first when I received the shoes and saw that the insole only extended to the mid point of the shoe. It reduced support and made the inside feel rough and not very comfortable. I wore them for a time over the summer and the sole on both has split in the mid point of the front. I had owned Topsiders from Sperry before and they lasted for years, dealing with salt water from my sailing and other activities.

It will be a long time before I can be convinced to buy a Sperry product again. They have obviously totally taken quality out of the equation.
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49 of 64 people found the following review helpful
on February 6, 2013
These were comfortable right out of the box. I had dress shoes and casual shoes and I needed a nice in between. These fit that perfectly. Still not convinced? The most interesting man in the world wears these.
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51 of 69 people found the following review helpful
on August 26, 2008
My new Topsiders have a better initial fit than all my previous pairs. I guess being produced in China has slightly changed the dimensions, in my case to the better.

This pair is the two-toned version (brown & black) which are best for traveling as they will go with any color clothing. They used to have another travel advantage as after 9/11 they were the only pair of shoes you didn't have to remove at airport security. The TSA folks knew they had no arch support and wouldn't set off the metal detectors. Unfortunately, during the last year the TSA now insist all shoes go through the x-ray machine.

I have owned many pair in the past several decades including the Gold Cup (which are the most comfortable with the best support - although a bit pricey) and this is the first pair that make my feet black when not wearing socks. Evidently, the dye they are now using is not colorfast. They have not been wet or worn on the water yet, they have only been worn in an urban environment. Hopefully, with age they will stop bleeding.

Otherwise, if they can correct the dye problem, they appear to be well constructed even though they are now made in China.
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