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In Crocs, with the exception of the Mammoth syle which I take an 8, I have always comfortably fit a size 7. I live in Crocs year round due to the comfort and support, so I'm not unfamiliar with the brand. Since I comfortably wear a women's 7 in the Cayman style I ordered a women's 7 in the Crocband. It appears to be the same shoe style with the addition of the band, so it should fit, right? A size 7 should be a 7 should be a 7 across the board in the clog style Crocs, at least one would think and easily assume. I was wrong.
I received my Crocband women's size 7 today and they are too small! My toe bumps and there is no room whatsoever behind my heal. When measuring the bottom of the shoe against a newish pair of Cayman style that haven't been broken in yet, they are absolutely shorter in length by a full 1/4". While I understand these are made in China, which often leads to lesser quality control, how hard it is to get the Crocs molds to be the same size for the various clog styles? C'mon Crocs, a lot of people depend on these shoes for comfort and can't always afford double shipping to get the size right because your manufacturing is inconsistent in the sizing!
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Initial post: May 12, 2010 7:26:35 PM PDT
Candice Nice says:
I agree I just purchases a pair of Bubblegum colored Crocbands in a size 9, my normal shoe size is 8 1/2 and I maybe 2 other pair of Crocs but the run small, my toe also hits the front edge of shoe and really bothers me after wearing trhem a full day
Not sure why the difference, I hate to order a 10, maybe too big and sloppy What happened CROCS???
In reply to an earlier post on Feb 18, 2012 10:10:19 AM PST
Yes! What happened Crocs?? We need half sizes!
In reply to an earlier post on Mar 13, 2012 6:59:41 AM PDT
Sizing is a serious problem with Crocs. Much better off to try on a pair at a store to make sure it fits. You would think a size 9 would be the same for all....but....no!
Posted on Mar 19, 2013 7:27:53 AM PDT
Donald Gillette says:
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 23, 2013 11:48:02 AM PST
V. Iglesias says:
I personally found the reviews discussing the shoe sizes extremely helpful, unlike this review which added nothing. The reviewers were commenting on a sizing defect in these Crocs. If you would take the time to fully read the reviews, you would see that almost everyone ordered these shoes in the same size they have previously ordered other style Crocs, but these Crocs run much smaller than the other styles of Croc shoes.
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