American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark used for a soft leather or canvas shoe with a rubber sole. This trademark often occurs in print in the plural: "[He] strides through his domain in designer jeans and Top-Siders” ( Fortune).
“Dressed in classic New England attire of red-plaid shirt, khakis, and Sperry Top-Sider boating shoes sans socks, Mr. Enoksen, who started fishing scallops at age 11, described how global trade is rapidly transforming the industry.”
“Leisure-loving sixtysomethings clogged the palm-lined sidewalks and roadway nearly as far as the Sperry Top-Sider store, chatting in groups behind dark sunglasses, white teeth flashing.”
“Sperry is now available at a wide range of retailers from department stores to marine and sporting goods chains, as well as our own Sperry Top-Sider stores, of which there are now five, and are specifically designed to bring the brand's new position to life for shoppers.”
“Sperry Top-Sider Striper slip-on, $59.95 at www. zappos.com.”
“Sperry Top-Sider Tall Shearwater Boots, $178, jcrew.com”
“Sperry's Top-Sider Thongs are made with antimicrobial insoles for obvious reasons. $60 at eddiebauer. com.4.”
“He reels off a list of brand names he spotted in his expert visual frisking of the store: Corbin, Cole Haan, Allen-Edmonds, Bass, Sperry Top-Sider.”
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