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I am not a fan of Crocs. Now they are coming in 3" heels and wedges.
People who wear Crocs are die-hard fans, and stand by -- and in -- the shoes all day long.
Some doctors are even recommending them to patients with foot problems.
At rail stations and shopping malls around the world, reports are popping up of people, particularly young children, getting their toes caught in escalators. The one common theme seems to be the clunky soft-soled clogs known by the name of the most popular brand, Crocs.
Incredibly easy to clean, these shoes are ideal for garden work or other wet and messy conditions.
Holes around the bottom of the vamp allow for plenty of ventilation, while allowing air, sand and water to pass through. Which brings me to my point…. they make perfect planters. Try growing an herb garden in them!!!

2 comments:

Alicia said...

We love some crocs at our house but not so sure about a wedge heel in croc material.

bobbi said...

I would watch my toes if I were you Alicia. Trying to dress up crocs? What a croc!