Utilitarian Takes the Spotlight in this Sneaker Cult Classic Comeback
Unbeknownst to many, the original Sperry shoes are actually sneakers. Before becoming synonymous to boat shoes, there’s the CVO sneaker, which started the trend of canvas deck shoes. Fast forward to many decades, the brand puts the spotlight back to where it all began, reinventing its style to complement the lifestyle of the fashion-savvy generation of today. The legendary CVO sneaker keeps the original’s clean classic lines, updated with modern features – making them the latest must-cop footwear.
The Captain CVO Surplus
Each style from the updated sneaker line called the Surplus collection is developed with the Wave-Siping invented by the founder, a traction pattern that mimicked the no-slip grip of his dog Prince’s paws. Its modern version is revamped for utmost comfort, preparing any adventurer in one’s escapade whether you’re on land or water. The charm is in its various designs—no-fail, can-go-with-anything that will make you want to get them all, just because.
The Cutwater Surplus Boot and the Cutwater Surplus LTT
Boasting of utilitarian colors and patterns, it pays homage to the time when the United States Navy named it as their official shoe during World War II. Take your style up a notch in these military-inspired line—be chic in camouflage, olive, and blues.
The Captain Slip-On Surplus
The Halyard 2- Eye Surplus