Maybe someone can shed some light on this for me. Sperry's Seamate reissue is part of their 75th Anniversary Collection and is a great looking shoe, but seems vaguely familiar. Most boat shoe enthusiasts will recognize this model from its almost identical appearance to the Sperry Bahama, one of the brand's standards. Upon further inspection a few minor differences do jump out like the Seamate's not so level 360 degree lacing, some sole styling and it's old school logos. I'm all for digging into the archives and releasing exclusive makeups, but for $25 more I can't say for sure the Seamate is worth it. I mean, look at these. They are virtually the exact same shoe. Is this a case of "overpriced vintage"? Is this irresponsible on Sperry's part (pulling a fast one on the consumer)? Do you even care?