23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Very Good, Not Great,
This review is from: crocs Unisex Off Road Clog (Apparel)
This is the first pair of any Crocs I have purchased or tried.
After reading so many positive reviews and not very many bad reviews on Crocs (except for cosmetic reasons), I decided to try it out. I have been very pleased with my purchase just over a month ago. I am on my feet 8+ hours per day and am repeatedly moving, climbing ladders or standing upright in order to perform my job. As a fat person, I did not expect any shoe or clog of any kind to relieve all pain, but these Crocs have certainly been a very good asset.
I am not sure whether weight does or does not play a major role in the fact that my feet hurt after 8+ hours of standing up at work, these Crocs are easy to maneuver in, comfortable to stand in and convenient to slip on and off without any hassle. The toe cover on these off road Crocs prevent harmful materials from damaging my toes at work, but the open back doesn't offer much of any protection (unless you wear the strap behind your foot, then minimal protection is received).
It took a day, two days at the most for the Crocs to "break in" - mold to my feet. After that, I was very pleased with the fit and comfort. The traction is much better than I anticipated, but the Crocs are still loose enough to compensate for any tight/cramped feelings. I wear a normal shoe size 12 and I ordered this size 12 Croc and was lucky to find out that they feet near perfectly. I would not want them any looser.
A very good product, a very sturdy product (that I have experienced) and a happy customer. As with other reviews, I have yet to experience the strap breaking. However, I always make sure to take extra care when utilizing the strap so that I do not break it.
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Initial post: Jul 12, 2014 4:00:20 PM PDT
Amazon Customer says:
As young man at 5'8" and 150 lbs, working as a mechanic and then later as a carpenter, my feet always hurt after my shift. I use to wear hundred dollar running shoes because they hurt much less in those shoes. Crocs also work well for me!
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