Verdict from +100 user reviews

7 reasons to buy

  • There is a consensus among the wearers of the Sperry Huntington Duck Boot that it is stylish and versatile.
  • According to most of the users, this boot is effective in keeping the feet warm and dry.
  • A number of reviewers find the shoe comfortable to wear.
  • The Huntington Duck Boot has excellent traction, according to a large percentage of buyers.
  • Several mentions that this Sperry shoe is an excellent product at a fair price.
  • A couple of purchasers find this boot lightweight.
  • Many love the Sperry Huntington Duck Boot colorways so much to the point that they purchase more than one color.

3 reasons not to buy

  • One customer with a high arch finds this boot a little bit flat.
  • According to some, the Huntington Duck Boot is challenging to put on and off.
  • A couple of buyers are unhappy with the thin soles of this sneaker because they can feel even the small rock when they step on it.

Bottom line

Sperry releases a boot where function and fashion meet to make the feet happy. Make a statement with your outfit, even on the rainy days. While this boot is best for the wet season, it is versatile enough to enjoy it even in dry conditions.

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Good to know

The waterproof Sperry Huntington Duck Boot is available in men's sizes only, and like any high top sneaker, it provides enough ankle support. Additionally, the upper of the shoe is made from leather, which aids in providing support and holding the foot in place better. This sneaker boot also features a lace-up closure that can be adjusted according to the wearer's preference.

The Huntington Duck Boot is a casual, waterproof sneaker dressed in natural colors like black and brown. It also features either wool or leather upper that can keep the feet warm and dry. Due to its simple colorways and sleek material, it can go smoothly with anything, may it be for working in the office or walking on the streets. Some even prefer to pair this sneaker boot with chinos.

The highlight of this Sperry boot is its waterproof characteristic. The Huntington Duck Boot features waterproof leather and seam-sealed construction. Unlike a normal sneaker boot, this flaunts a sleek silhouette that lets its wearers comfortably dress the shoe up and down. It also features the durable traction of a classic duck boot, thus ensuring to keep you on your feet even on wet surfaces. Since the shoe is prone to getting wet, it is built with rust-proof outlets.

Paul A. Sperry thought of developing a non-slip boat shoe when he fell off the deck of his sailboat. In 1935, he was able to produce non-slip footwear, which was inspired by his dog's grooved paws. Ever since its discovery, he continued to produce other shoe versions with different upper materials but a similar outsole. 

For over eighty years, the brand has successfully built a legacy of heritage products. In the present day, Sperry's have become popular in men, women, and kids. From the production of boat shoes, the brand was able to produce a wide array of footwear, including sandals, loafers, flats, sneakers, oxfords, and boots.

Sperry introduces another boot, the Sperry Huntington Duck Boot, which combines fashion and function. It is a lightweight boot with a sleek finish that many can depend on in both wet and dry seasons. Moreover, it is a versatile sneaker boot that can be easily dressed up and down.

  • The Sperry Huntington Duck Boot features a rubber duck shell.
  • The outsole is made of a non-marking rubber lug with molded Wave-Siping that provides no-slip traction.
  • The laces of the Huntington Duck Boot is hiker-inspired.
  • It has a cushioned footbed.
  • It has a pull tab at the back of the sneaker boot.

Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny McLoughlin is a researcher for RunRepeat covering football, sneakers and running. After graduating with a degree in computer science from The University of Strathclyde, Danny makes sure never to miss a game of his beloved Glasgow Rangers or the Scotland national football team. He has been featured in prestigious publications such as The Washington Post, The Irish Times, Footwear News and the like.