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Old 04-03-2011, 09:35 PM
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Peker run your like an old timex. Takes a licking and keeps on ticking.
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Old 04-03-2011, 09:40 PM
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I've actually researched sperry shoes on and off this season. I've pretty much decided on these. They look like Nikes and you can generally wear them around the docks without feeling like an idiot. Little expensive, but when you consider the amount of time you spend on the boat, it's quite worth it.
http://www.sperrytopsider.com/store/...ultOption=true
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very cool MC and lookin like a gym shoe , did you get em wett fall off the dock or get caught in the rain ?? how'd they hold up ?
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Old 04-03-2011, 09:43 PM
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very cool MC and lookin like a gym shoe , did you get em wett fall off the dock or get caught in the rain ?? how'd they hold up ?
I haven't bought them yet. I've been checking reviews on them all winter before I pulled the trigger. They've gotten excellent reviews from what I've been reading. I'll be buying a pair in the next month or so when the season starts. Im going for the black ones so they dry out faster (darker colors).
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I haven't bought them yet. I've been checking reviews on them all winter before I pulled the trigger. They've gotten excellent reviews from what I've been reading. I'll be buying a pair in the next month or so when the season starts. Im going for the black ones so they dry out faster (darker colors).

these look pretty good & comfortable and a lil more classier if hitting an after party or taking the boat across the pond for some dinner .




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these look pretty good & comfortable and a lil more classier if hitting an after party or taking the boat across the pond for some dinner .




http://cgi.ebay.com/Sperry-Top-Sider...item2c5b38f153
Yea.... if your collecting social security. Just kidding RHR, whatever floats your boat BIG DADDY. I'll stick with the younger look
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Old 04-03-2011, 09:52 PM
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Isn't the problem with all these shoes is picking up grime and dirt walking to the deck and then grinding it in. I as sure others have seen this, but Johns new 24 DCB has foot washer in the front on the side of the sponsons. For me, it is a bare foot or stay on shore. JMHO
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Old 04-03-2011, 09:56 PM
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I haven't bought them yet. I've been checking reviews on them all winter before I pulled the trigger. They've gotten excellent reviews from what I've been reading. I'll be buying a pair in the next month or so when the season starts. Im going for the black ones so they dry out faster (darker colors).
Do they have yellow one's MC,, to match the boat?...
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Old 04-03-2011, 10:19 PM
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Yea.... if your collecting social security. Just kidding RHR, whatever floats your boat BIG DADDY. I'll stick with the younger look
theres a place for both styles BIG Daddy , now get my boat all polished up with that witchs brew your makin and i'll have a fresh new pair of Sperrytopsiders 4 ya when your done .
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Do they have yellow one's MC,, to match the boat?...
The black and yellow ones will do. You gonna buy me a pair?
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theres a place for both styles BIG Daddy , now get my boat all polished up with that witchs brew your makin and i'll have a fresh new pair of Sperrytopsiders 4 ya when your done .
Man... don't know if these sperrys will hold up to the witches brew. It's some serious chit. You may have to get some insurance waivers for your crew before they step foot on that deck. I couldn't keep the bottle from sliding off the bow
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http://www.5fivefingershoes.org/vibr...es-classic-c-3


Got them at the Miami boat show last year. Look kind of weird but actually very comfortable.
Those are cool
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