Crocs Men’s and Women’s Classic Clog, Comfort Slip On Casual Water Shoe, Lightweight, Black, 9 US Women / 7 US Men

By | July 4, 2019

Original. Comfortable. Versatile. The iconic clog that started a comfort revolution around the world! The irreverent, go-to comfort shoe that you’re sure to fall deeper in love with day after day. Crocs Classic Clogs feature lightweight Iconic Crocs Comfort™, a color for every personality, and offer an ongoing invitation to be comfortable in your own shoes.Looking for the ultimate warm-weather shoe? Crocs’ Classic clog has a ventilated upper and a traction outsole to make it a top wet-dry performer–perfect for the beach–but we can think of a zillion other places you’ll want to wear it.

Product Features

  • CROCS FOR EVERYONE: Crocs for men and women and a color for every personality. Crocs Classic Clogs have started a comfort revolution around the world!
  • LIGHTWEIGHT AND FUN: featuring lightweight Iconic Crocs Comfort. Ventilation ports add breathability and help shed water and debris quickly.
  • DESIGNED TO FIT: Slip on Sneakers that make it easy to take on and off, while being extremely durable. These Crocs even offer pivoting heel straps for a more secure fit.
  • WEAR FOR ANY OCCASION: The Crocs Classic Clogs for women and men serve as great house slippers but also ideal for the beach, pool, gym, shower, walking or even gardening.
  • EASY TO CLEAN: The Crocs Classic Clogs are not only the most comfortable shoes for women and men but also easy to clean just using soap and water and allowing for a quick dry.

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2 Comments

Anonymous on 07/04/2019 at 22:05.

Freesail vs Classic I own 2 pair of Crocs women’s Freesail and figured I’d try a pair of the classics. The Freesail are much trimmer & narrower in width than the women’s Classics. I love both. The Classics are quite a bit boxier and wider in width than the Freesail and the Classics seem to have a bit more cushioning on the bottom. Both work well for my problem feet which are usually sporting the Alegria brand shoes/sandals for work. However, on weekends and downtime, I prefer Crocs. I have hammer toes…

Anonymous on 07/04/2019 at 22:12.

Call me a Croc Enthusiast!!

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