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Sperry Top-Sider: A Passion for the Sea Since 1935

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Published on Jan 9, 2014

Get a glimpse of Sperry Top-Sider's history and passion for the sea and how one man, Paul Sperry, changed the history of boat shoes forever.

Paul Sperry was a New Englander, sailor and former navy man, who almost lost his life to a slippery deck. In 1935, driven to create a boat shoe that would keep sailors safe, he carved grooves, like the ones in his dog's paws, into a rubber sole. The world's first boat shoe was born and he never slipped again. And that's just one of the things that makes our authentic, original boat shoes the perfect fit for strolling on land or sea.

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