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The Sperry Striper II CVO Baja is available in men’s sizes ranging from 4 to 16, all in medium width. Its low-top profile allows the ankles to move more freely. Also, a traditional lace-up system, with genuine rawhide laces running through rust-proof metal eyelets, secures in the foot.
The classic silhouette with its seaside style matches a couple of casual wear. Simply pull off a relaxed-and-dapper look during long hot days in the street with the Sperry Striper II Baja CVO. Pair up this sneaker right away with chinos, light denim pants, or shorts, then top it off with bright or neutral-colored tees, button-downs, or polo shirts.
This sneaker is available in four colorways such as Black, Chino, White, and Red.
The Sperry Men's Striper II CVO Baja sneaker features a woven canvas upper, which is textured to resemble a beach blanket. It is also breathable as befits its breezy, summer vibe. Underfoot, Sperry’s patented Wave-Siped non-marking rubber outsole offers a trustworthy grip, be it on dry or wet surfaces.
In the mid-1930s, Sperry launched the Canvas Circular Vamp Oxford, famously known as the CVO. Being the world’s first boat shoe, it enjoyed an immediate success, which virtually lasts until today. The CVO was a product of direct utility and simplicity, but not without a unique, versatile style.
In the 1960s, the preppy subculture began wearing the line of CVOs, who found their clean, laidback style as casual and fashionable. They paired the CVOs with chinos, madras shorts, oxford shirts, and loose blazers. What was at first only worn at sea is now seen in the city streets and university campuses. That’s when the CVOs hit the mainstream and became a preppy classic.
One of the brand’s latest releases, the Sperry Striper II Baja CVO is part of the long history. It is keeping the heritage of that first CVO going while blazing into new paths.
- A removable Memory Foam footbed extends across the whole midsole, giving the wearer a full underfoot cushioning.
- The upper and the sole are securely bonded through vulcanization.