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boat shoe

boat shoe

n.
A moccasinlike canvas or leather shoe having a rubber sole designed to provide traction on wet surfaces.

boat′ shoe`


n.
a moccasin-like shoe with a rubber sole that provides a firm hold on the deck of a boat.
[1990–95]
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The long-term assumptions used to estimate the fair value of the Sperry trade name valuation have been reassessed to reflect current market trends in the boat shoe category.
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It's not the Great Wall, but I'm going to need something more sturdy than a pump or a natty boat shoe, right?
For your chance to be among our Timberland winners, write down (on a postcard or the back of a sealed envelope) the answer to the following question: When was the first Timberland boat shoe introduced - a) 1988, b) 1998, c) 1978 or d) 2008?