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arch support !,
This review is from: Crocs Specialist Clog (Shoes)
This is one of the FEW Crocs that still have a good, well-built ARCH SUPPORT. Crocs makes so many gimmicky styles now, most which have very thin cheap soles and no contouring or shaping of the foot bed in the shoe.
I wish the Crocs company would be honest and state which of their shoes are actually designed for all-day comfort(with an honest-to-goodness arch support), and which are actually just 'cute' but NOT for people who need an arch support for comfort.
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Initial post: Dec 7, 2012 9:46:33 AM PST
I agree with your comment, I too wish the Crocs would be more forthcoming in their descriptions. I did find this model that worked very well when I was standing on a concrete floor all day: Crocs Unisex Bistro Clog
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 17, 2013 10:48:08 PM PST
I wish ALL shoe companies were honest about arch support. It's sooooo hard to find true arch support in shoes. My feet and back are so bad now I cannot shop at malls so it's really super important to me that descriptions are valid.
I also wish size dimensions were listed for every pair of shoes sold on-line. Returns are costly, no matter is paid by the retailer or the customer.
Posted on Oct 27, 2013 7:44:28 AM PDT
Crocs Specialist is the only one with arch support. Even their Bistro does not have arch support, but have better tread on the bottom. However, Specialist is no longer available in the stores, so you have to find them online somewhere. We love the Specialist because of the arch support. They are very comfortable for all day wear.
Posted on Sep 23, 2014 2:34:13 PM PDT
The last crocs I bought, from the company were 3x the size of my foot...how are these? If I wear a size 8, so I order an 8????
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