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Sperry Or Sperry Top-Sider is the original American brand of boat redesigned in 1935 by Paul a. Sperry, older brother of writer and illustrator Armstrong Sperry, whose books often featured a sailing theme. Sperry's, or top-siders, were the first boat shoes introduced into the boating and footwear markets. Today the Sperry brand is owned by wolverine world wide and is headquartered in Lexington, Massachusetts.
The shoe that never goes out of style is now adorably irresistible in this pint-sized version for children. Crafted with a soft, supple upper, Sperry's Top-Sider A/O Slip-On features all the original stitching and lacing details, as well as a few kid-friendly add-ons, like the fun choice of colors and textures and a comfy, cotton lining. It's the perfect casual pairing for everything from skinny jeans to a cute denim skirt-and-tights ensemble.
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