Re: Good Deck Shoes?
Didn't read all the replies, but after using Harkens and spending money on other "sailing" shoes I'm settled on water shoes with toe protection.
Cheaper, last longer, and grip well. Lots of companies make great grippy shoes but after a couple seasons they either stink horribly or fall apart or are slick. And for $100 that's unacceptable for me.
Merit 25 # 764 "Audrey"