This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word boat shoe
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a moccasin-like shoe with a rubber sole that provides a firm hold on the deck of a boat.
Origin of boat shoe:
A type of casual footwear resembling a loafer, originally designed to be worn aboard a boat, characterized by water-resistant hide, soles designed to improve hold on wet deck of the boat and side lacing.
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