Summary

We spent 7.7 hours reading reviews from experts and users. In summary, this is what sneaker fanatics think:

5 reasons to buy

  • The budget-friendly price point of the Sperry Crest Knot shoe is an advantage for some buyers.
  • These Sperry low-top sneakers are highly-rated by the majority of reviewers for their overall performance.
  • Some purchasers liked that this Sperry is a cute casual shoe to wear with jeans and shorts.
  • The neutral color of this shoe is attractive, according to a few reviewers.
  • Many reviewers said that this is a comfortable shoe once broken-in.

4 reasons not to buy

  • Limited colorways are available for the Sperry Crest Knot.
  • One reviewer’s only complaint is that the elastic strap under the laces gets tight after some time.
  • Many wearers were disappointed with the stiff heel area of this shoe. It rubs against the heel and causes blisters.
  • Another dismayed reviewer reported that her pair started peeling apart within a week of wear.

Bottom line

The low-top Sperry Crest Knot features durable hemp upper with breathable linings and Memory Foam insoles that ensure a comfortable fit and feel on foot. Perfect for those with an always-on-the-go lifestyle, this shoe is designed for convenience and comfort without compromising versatility in style.

There are a few things to consider, though. The Crest Knot could be stiff in the heel and too tight-fitting for wide-footed wearers.

Facts

Rankings

A top rated sneaker
A top rated Sperry sneaker
A popular pick
It has never been more popular than this May

The Sperry Crest Knot shoe is available in women’s sizing that ranges from US 5 to 12, including half sizes, in M (medium) and W (wide) widths. Item runs true to size.

It flaunts a conveniently structured upper that allows wearers to slip into anytime, anywhere effortlessly. A pull tab on the heel is noticeably present for easy on/off wear. Lace-up closure allows a customizable and secure fit.  

This Sperry low-top radiates with a casual and sporty vibe, especially with its minimally designed upper in a soft and breathable hemp material. Even with just a look, you'll know quickly that this shoe will bring comfort to your feet for your daily adventures. Easy to wear with convenient and comfortable features, no wonder why the Sperry Crest Knot makes a great go-to shoe for the ladies. Crest Knot pairs with an assortment of summer wardrobe staples such as shorts, maxis, summer dresses, and capri pants.

The Sperry Crest Knot shoe is a fresh take on Sperry’s signature classic look. Designed for comfort and convenience, the upper uses chambray with slip-on construction. It also features a unique herringbone detailing around sidewall for added visual and increased durability.

Sperry Top-Sider, otherwise known as Sperry, is an American footwear brand founded by Paul Sperry in 1935. More popularly known for classic boat shoes with non-slip soles, the brand has started producing other footwear categories as well, including sneakers.

Included in the current lineup of Sperry low-top sneakers is the Crest Knot, which is made available as early as June 2018. Tagged as one of the top picks for cute and stylish non-slip shoes, it features a durable hemp upper, Memory Foam insoles, breathable linings, a heel pull loop, and non-marking and slip-resistant rubber outsoles.

  • The Sperry Crest Knot also features a non-marking rubber outsole that provides excellent traction.
  • Also featured are breathable linings, round toe, and tongue-centering straps.
  • Sperry branding is seen on the side collar and heel part of the midsole.
Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sneakerhead turned sneaker industry expert that believes a good outfit begins from the feet up. His aunt currently isn't speaking to him for wearing a pair of kicks at his cousin's wedding. He spends most of his time trying to keep on top of the latest releases, hitting up his contacts and doing what needs to be done to secure his next pickup. Danny has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.

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