Size and fit

The Sperry Top-Sider Bahama II Boat Washed sneaker is available in men’s sizes. It has a relaxed-fit canvas upper, which is breathable. As a low-top, this shoe gives the ankles a freer range of motion. It uses a 360-degree saddle lacing system, comprised of rustproof eyelets, which secures the feet with custom fitting.

Sperry Bahama II Boat Washed Style

The Sperry Bahama II Boat Washed is ideally worn for warm weather. Its washed-out fabric lets out a laidback, summery vibe, which pairs well with casual and semi-formal clothing, such as chinos, button-downs, polo shirts, and light denim pants.

Notable Features

The Sperry Bahama II Boat Washed features a durable, breathable canvas upper. Applied with the Molded Wave-Siping, the rubber non-marking outsole delivers a trustworthy grip, on both wet and dry surfaces.

Sperry Bahama II Boat Washed History

While everyone was asleep, Paul Sperry was walking around his deck. He slipped off the wet floor, fell into the water, but managed to pull himself back to safety. Once back on land, Sperry would make the world’s first boat shoe, the Canvas Circular Vamp Oxford (CVO), which was a roaring success.

Carrying the first boat shoe’s DNA, the Sperry Bahama II Boat Washed is part of that history. Part boat shoe, part sneaker, this Sperry model boasts an accomplished versatile style. One can go dress-up or dress-down with the Sperry Bahama II Boat Washed.

Additional Info

  • The shoe features a 360-degree lacing system, with rust-proof eyelets, for a custom fit.
  • The cushioned footbed is removable.

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Top 29% sneakers
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Top 43% Sperry sneakers
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Top 29% low sneakers
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Danny McLoughlin

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