Sperry Skipper Watch Design
This watch made is in accordance with nautical visions of the same folks who make Sperry Top-Sider shoes. The dial evokes the compass rose and perhaps--looking at the hour batons--the wheel of a tall ship. The dial is especially interesting because it has a traditional date window--or porthole in this case--at 3 o'clock and a panoramic view of the exposed date card in the 7 to 10 o'clock positions. You'll also notice the 24-hour time is shown on the inner circle of the dial. It's a very cool look. Unfortunately, those of us who are middle aged and above may find it difficult to read the date and other small markings on this somewhat busy dial.
|Sperry Top-Sider Skipper Watch|
|The Sperry Top-Sider has a Small Sperry Sail Boat Logo on the Buckle|