No matter if you are braving the freezing sea air or the cold city streets, the Avenue Duck Boot from Sperry Top-Sider will keep you cozy and steady on your feet. Upper made of a leather shaft and rubber foot. Waterproof construction keeps out the wet elements. Fully lined with warm thermal insulation for added comfort. Lightly cushioned footbed. Nonmarking rubber outsole with razor cut Wave-Siping that offers the ultimate traction on both wet and dry surfaces. Imported. Measurements: Heel Height: 3â4 inch; Weight: 15 oz. Product measurements were taken using size 7, width M (D). Please note that measurements may vary by size. Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.
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Sperry Avenue Duck
Donât let cold temperatures and stormy skies stop you from embarking on your next journey. Take on the elements in Sperry boots designed to withstand wet weather and rugged terrain. Our two-tone men's Sperry duck boots are built with essential features and quality materials to provide comfort and sure footing in any environment â so you can worry less about the climate and spend more time enjoying each experience.
Thermal lining and a waterproof exterior keep your feet warm and dry in all conditions. Even the most choppy waters and heavy rain won't penetrate the protective seal of the Sperry Avenue Duck Boot. The rubber heel and wavy outsoles, complete with our renowned Wave-Siping for extra traction, help ensure safety on a slick deck or when trekking through wet terrain.
When you step into a pair of men's Sperry duck boots, you're equipped for adventure no matter the forecast or destination. Steer into the vast, open ocean and put your intrepid spirit to the test. Later, pull into port and explore local landscapes without changing footwear. With a pair of boots this versatile, you'll be ready for anything.
Sperry Avenue Duck
Seam-sealed, Waterproof construction keeps feet dry in wet conditions.
Fully lined shaft and foot bed with warm thermal linings.
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