Crocs for Womens
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Tips & advice on Crocs
Questions and answers about Crocs
Crocs shoes are true to size. The brand, however, is well known for having a wide fit. Also, the fit varies per model. Crocs can have one of the following three fits, namely standard, relaxed or roomy.
Crocs are for sale at dozens of online shops. SuperSales simply lists the various retailers offering the shoes and allows you to compare the prices of your favourite items.
Real Crocs are recognisable thanks to a number of characteristics. For example, real Crocs are only produced in China, Italy, Mexico, Vietnam and Bosnia. Aside from this, genuine Crocs always feature buttons with the authentic Crocs logo printed on them. This logo consists of a crocodile with six humps and two hands, each with three fingers. Thanks to these traits (and a handful of others) you shouldn't have any trouble recognising a pair of real Crocs.
It goes without saying that Crocs are meant to fit your feet nicely, however this is dependent on the fit type. Crocs shoes come in either a standard, relaxed of roomy fit. Crocs with a roomy fit often include a heel strap for extra firmness and stability, Crocs with a standard fit are sturdy, but not too tight and Crocs with a comfortable fit are right in between the two.
The ventilation holes in Crocs allow your feet to breathe properly. Even barefoot you are less likely to sweat in a pair of Crocs.
Crocs, somewhat reminiscent of Swedish clogs, are synthetic loafers. Although the brand is most famous for it's clogs, these days they also offer sandals, flip flops and boots.
Crocs are made of a synthetic material known as Croslite. This material is a form of PCCR (Proprietary Closed Cell Resin). So Crocs are not made of rubber of plastic.
Yes, if you wish to clean your Crocs with water, then this is no problem. However, it's probably best not to go walking in the rain in them, as they are open and/or have ventilation holes.