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Only for narrow feet!,
This review is from: crocs Kids' Crocband Lego Clog (Shoes)
My crocs and Lego loving sons couldn't wear these as they run on the narrow side compared to the other twenty-something pairs of crocs they've worn. Both of my sons had blisters the first time. Cute, but not the usual width of crocs!
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Initial post: Sep 5, 2013 3:18:16 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on Sep 5, 2013 3:59:25 PM PDT
Crocband style clogs and Classic Croc clogs are NOT meant to fit the same. Classic clogs have a "Roomy Fit" which is the longest and widest fit made by Crocs. Crocband clogs have a "Relaxed Fit" which is a little shorter and narrower than the Classic clogs. My grandson wore these Lego clogs fine in size 9-10 when he was wearing size 10 (between M & W) Stride Rite shoes. Now that he wears size 13.5M Stride Rite shoes these same crocs in size J1 are too wide for him. I noticed that the smaller sizes in the Crocband clogs run more narrow than the larger sizes. Crocs 3 types of "fit" are explained on the Crocs website.
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