Sperry Top-Sider Saltwater 2-Eye Leather Boot - Women's

Sperry Top-Sider Saltwater 2-Eye Leather Boot - Women's
Sperry Top-Sider Saltwater 2-Eye Leather Boot - Women's
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Saltwater 2-Eye Leather Boot - Women's by Sperry Top-Sider
The all-weather Sperry Top-Sider Saltwater 2-Eye Leather Boot is at home on snowy afternoons and rainy mornings alike. Its rubber encapsulated shell keeps your feet protected from the snow and rain as you go about your day while the microfleece lining adds warmth for comfort in lower temperatures. Wave-Siping rubber soles, the same soles Sperry uses for its boat shoes, allows you to confidently stroll across both wet and dry surfaces while the unique 2-Eye design adds a splash of unexpected style to your day.

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