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Men's Dockyard Alpine Boot

$118.97 Sale $169.95
2017-12-11T13:12:27.814Z 2018-12-11T13:12:27.814Z USD 118.97
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Premium leather and rugged stitching combine for one sleek looking boot. Keep exploring in the Dockyard Alpine.
  • Premium leather uppers with hand-sewn details and a rugged stitch-out construction
  • Speed lacing system features taslan laces with metal D-rings to provide fit and support
  • Removable, molded EVA footbed provides comfort and cushioning
  • EVA midsole delivers cushioning and shock absorption
  • Non-marking, molded rubber outsole provides traction on all surfaces
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    5 5
    Best Pair of Shoes/Boots that There Is I remember I was always searching for the best clothing, not in regards to just style, or usefulness, but all around to be the best in every possible way. I spend months in the wilderness, and I know what makes a shoe good for walking on rough terrain. I remember one of the toughest guys I'd ever seen, a lumberjack, prospector, and hunter, and he wore alpine boots just like these. I didn't realize that these boots would be the best for going into the outdoors, but rather I was just mesmerized by their perfect looks. The reason being, is that what makes a shoe good, is having ankle support, which these do have. Shoes where the back part is too low, or even goes below the ankle, are no good. Another good thing is the flat bottom. A lot of folks don't realize that a raised heel is for riding horses, that's why cowboy boots have raised heels, but a raised heel or having a dip in the center of the shoe where the center of the foot is, is no good either, and impedes athletic performance. The flat bottoms are perfect for sprinting, jogging, and going up or down steep terrain. Another good thing is the shortness in regards to length, which is very important, because when in motion, one should, a lot of the times, press the weight of the body on the toes, and when the toes reach the end of the shoe, this leads to improved athletic performance. Shoes which are too long are like clown shoes, and are no good in either looks nor anything involving physical activity. In speaking about looks, everything I just mentioned about the dimensions, such as height, and length, and so on and so forth, are what I think makes the shoe look good. These are not very long shoes, have no raised heel, and the back-end is raised to support the ankle, which I think is aesthetically pleasing. When in the outdoors, one should never go to sleep with shoes on. Instead, take the shoes/boots off and put them in your clothes bag, which you should bring with you. Keep the clothes bag in a dry place which is safe from rain and water. Where black socks and black boxer briefs, because the color blacks loses heat in the darkness, and keeps the feet and crotch cool. Where green cargo pants and a green t-shirt for neutral thermoregulation, for camoflauge, and because green is also a good unassuming color that one never gets sick of seeing. Sperry is the best shoe/boot maker that I know of, and these dockyard alpine boots are their best product.

    Best Pair of Shoes/Boots that There Is

    Nov 11, 2017
    I remember I was always searching for the best clothing, not in regards to just style, or usefulness, but all around to be the best in every possible way. I spend months in the wilderness, and I know what makes a shoe good for walking on rough terrain. I remember one of the toughest guys I'd ever seen, a lumberjack, prospector, and hunter, and he wore alpine boots just like these. I didn't realize that these boots would be the best for going into the outdoors, but rather I was just mesmerized by their perfect looks. The reason being, is that what makes a shoe good, is having ankle support, which these do have. Shoes where the back part is too low, or even goes below the ankle, are no good. Another good thing is the flat bottom. A lot of folks don't realize that a raised heel is for riding horses, that's why cowboy boots have raised heels, but a raised heel or having a dip in the center of the shoe where the center of the foot is, is no good either, and impedes athletic performance. The flat bottoms are perfect for sprinting, jogging, and going up or down steep terrain. Another good thing is the shortness in regards to length, which is very important, because when in motion, one should, a lot of the times, press the weight of the body on the toes, and when the toes reach the end of the shoe, this leads to improved athletic performance. Shoes which are too long are like clown shoes, and are no good in either looks nor anything involving physical activity. In speaking about looks, everything I just mentioned about the dimensions, such as height, and length, and so on and so forth, are what I think makes the shoe look good. These are not very long shoes, have no raised heel, and the back-end is raised to support the ankle, which I think is aesthetically pleasing. When in the outdoors, one should never go to sleep with shoes on. Instead, take the shoes/boots off and put them in your clothes bag, which you should bring with you. Keep the clothes bag in a dry place which is safe from rain and water. Where black socks and black boxer briefs, because the color blacks loses heat in the darkness, and keeps the feet and crotch cool. Where green cargo pants and a green t-shirt for neutral thermoregulation, for camoflauge, and because green is also a good unassuming color that one never gets sick of seeing. Sperry is the best shoe/boot maker that I know of, and these dockyard alpine boots are their best product.
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    5 5
    Well Done! I was on the fence for buying these boots after reading all of the reviews, but I am glad that I did. I am very satisfied with them. It has been about 3 months and they are working very well for me. Be careful about the sizing and be sure to take notice that the boots do not perform well in wet situations.

    Well Done!

    Sep 02, 2017
    I was on the fence for buying these boots after reading all of the reviews, but I am glad that I did. I am very satisfied with them. It has been about 3 months and they are working very well for me. Be careful about the sizing and be sure to take notice that the boots do not perform well in wet situations.
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    1 5
    Great looking, but don't take them anywhere near water. I've had a pair of these for 6 months now, and wanted to add my experience to the stack here. First off, I'll mention what I was looking for when I picked up this boot. I wanted something that was durable, would keep my feet dry in light rain, be fairly comfortable, have a decent level of traction, and look nice enough that I could leave it on when I went into the city and not look too out of place. Where this boot succeeded was in its decent level of comfort, and good looks. What has earned it such a poor rating is its complete failure in a wet environment. As other reviewers have stated, in any rain whatsoever, your feet will be soaked, as the boots leak through the stitching at the soles. I also tried some waterproofing products to help before I understood what exactly was leaking. Needless to say, they did nothing for water resistance. Secondly, and most importantly, while the product details suggest that the soles provide traction on all surfaces, I assure you that they do not. Walking on anything that isn't gritty when the ground is wet/damp (in my case, rain) makes these boots quite dangerous. I wanted to wear these around the docks and on deck, as the Sperry name is built on deck traction. These are the slickest pieces of footwear I've ever worn outside of ice skates, and one Sperry product I would never allow any of my crew to be out on deck with. Take a moment to consider if you plan to be in a wet environment with these before you buy a pair.

    Great looking, but don't take them anywhere near water.

    May 16, 2017
    I've had a pair of these for 6 months now, and wanted to add my experience to the stack here. First off, I'll mention what I was looking for when I picked up this boot. I wanted something that was durable, would keep my feet dry in light rain, be fairly comfortable, have a decent level of traction, and look nice enough that I could leave it on when I went into the city and not look too out of place. Where this boot succeeded was in its decent level of comfort, and good looks. What has earned it such a poor rating is its complete failure in a wet environment. As other reviewers have stated, in any rain whatsoever, your feet will be soaked, as the boots leak through the stitching at the soles. I also tried some waterproofing products to help before I understood what exactly was leaking. Needless to say, they did nothing for water resistance. Secondly, and most importantly, while the product details suggest that the soles provide traction on all surfaces, I assure you that they do not. Walking on anything that isn't gritty when the ground is wet/damp (in my case, rain) makes these boots quite dangerous. I wanted to wear these around the docks and on deck, as the Sperry name is built on deck traction. These are the slickest pieces of footwear I've ever worn outside of ice skates, and one Sperry product I would never allow any of my crew to be out on deck with. Take a moment to consider if you plan to be in a wet environment with these before you buy a pair.
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    We're sorry to hear of your experience, but this style is not intended to be waterproof. We've reached out to you at the email address you provided. Feel free to give the team a shout at 800.247.6575 and we will be happy to help.

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    4 5
    Great look and fit The quality of the product is obvious when you wear these boots. The ONLY thing that really sucks is that the shoe laces fall out of the top two loops and tightening them to tie them is annoying. They fit like that should and look great. It will scuff slightly but with wear they basically buff out. I have been wearing them for about 2 months and would buy them again, even though it won't be for a very long time!

    Great look and fit

    Apr 30, 2017
    The quality of the product is obvious when you wear these boots. The ONLY thing that really sucks is that the shoe laces fall out of the top two loops and tightening them to tie them is annoying. They fit like that should and look great. It will scuff slightly but with wear they basically buff out. I have been wearing them for about 2 months and would buy them again, even though it won't be for a very long time!
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    1 5
    Might as well be made of cardboard. I paid a good deal of money for the shoes so I was hoping for something that would last. Three months of having them, it was clear I did not get that. The slightest bit of rain causes major seepage into the shoes. The leather completely changes colors once exposed to moisture. The shoes are cheaply glued down to the soles so that no matter what, they're ultimately going to rip apart. The shoes became unwearable about a week ago and I had to send them to Sperry. I'm not sure what the results of that will be.

    Might as well be made of cardboard.

    Apr 18, 2017
    I paid a good deal of money for the shoes so I was hoping for something that would last. Three months of having them, it was clear I did not get that. The slightest bit of rain causes major seepage into the shoes. The leather completely changes colors once exposed to moisture. The shoes are cheaply glued down to the soles so that no matter what, they're ultimately going to rip apart. The shoes became unwearable about a week ago and I had to send them to Sperry. I'm not sure what the results of that will be.
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