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How To Buy Crocs(TM)

Crocs footwear is ideal for both casual and professional wear, as well as for recreational uses such as boating, hiking, hospitality and gardening.

Crocs Material

All Crocs brand shoes feature Crocs' proprietary closed-cell resin, Croslite(TM). The Croslite material enables Crocs to produce soft, lightweight shoes that are superior-gripping, non-marking and odor resistant.

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Anatomy of Crocs

  • Croslite material conforms to foot creating a custom fit
  • Ergonomically designed to reduce muscle fatigue
  • Portholes offer plenty of breathing room and whoosh away dirt, debris and water
  • Odor and bacteria resistant
  • Footbed circulation nubs stimulate blood flow
  • Patented heel strap increases performance and support by keeping your foot securely in place
  • Non-marking soles won't leave unsightly scuff marks
  • Shock-absorbing sole takes pressure off your feet, lower legs, knees, hips, and lower back
  • Croslite material conforms to foot creating a custom fit
  • Superior gripping outsole
  • Low maintenance

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Crocs Care

To adjust the fit of your Crocs shoes, grasp the heel strap with both hands on either side of the "Crocs" wording, and gently stretch outwards from the middle until it attains the desired fit. For a customized fit that can be adjusted for any activity, use the Crocs Turbo Strap(TM).

Maintain your Crocs shoes by cleaning them with soap and cold water. To bring them back to their original luster, try Crocsbutter(TM).

Do not expose your Crocs shoes to extreme heat or intense sunlight for an extended period of time. Due to the unique nature of the Croslite material, high temperatures can cause them to warp.

Crocs shoes are known for their great grip but like any performance tire, when the tread becomes worn, their grip becomes compromised. That's when you know it's time to treat yourself to a new pair!

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Crocs should not fit like other shoes:

They should fit very loosely.

The sides of your foot should not really touch the sides of the shoe.

Your toes should never make contact with the front of the shoe.

Once you have centered your foot on the foot-bed, you should have about a 1/4 to 1/2 inch of space in front of your toes, behind your heel and when you lift the strap you should be able to comfortably get your finger between the strap and heel.

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