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What Our Customers Are Saying...
I wear a large 13 (an no one makes a 13.5) so it's a crapshoot whether a shoe will fit. I've tried Quiksilver's shoes before, and they tend to run small. As such, I got a 14 instead of the 13, and they fit perfectly. They're comfortable and have no arch which is nice because I have flat feet. They're simple to slip on and don't come off very easily. They're also pretty good looking as well; very understated yet casual. It still remains to be said how durable they are (and most canvas shoes have a life of about 5 months) but so far they're holding up well.
Lost count how many pairs of these I have owned, but I always buy two pairs at a time! Two reasons these are so comfortable that you can walk all day in them are the steel shank and the arch support!
I wanted to love these shoes - I really did. They were true to size and beautiful. But after I tried them on, they made a squishy noise. I thought maybe if I walked a few more steps it would go away but they still made the noise. Unfortunately the noise was pretty loud and I just couldn't get over it. (I even ordered them in different sizes hoping that it was just that one shoe but it wasn't. Have to say much thanks for Zappos for keeping up with me. Thanks! )
About Boat Shoes
What better way to add some classic style to your summer look than with the perfect pair of boat shoes! Long worn by members of the U.S. Navy, deck shoes have made their way into the mainstream and become a footwear staple for the warmer months.
Incorporate this trend into your wardrobe with a classic pair from Sperry Top-Sider. Long considered the gold standard, Sperrys offers iconic styles, along with fresh patterns and colors for a more up-to-date look. Want something different? Sebago, Timberland, and Clarks shoes all offer a wide selection of topsiders, making it easy for everyone to find the perfect pair of this summer essential!