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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately not_applicable" from arch
- Platform measures approximately 0.25
- ASTM F2913-11 tested, CE Certified. Meets or exceeds EN ISO 20347:2012, OB, SRC
- Enclosed toe design and thicker metatarsal area help protect foot from kitchen spills
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Certifiably Comfortable. Choose your culinary inspiration and serve up some serious comfort with these Bistro Clogs. Designed with food service, hospitality and healthcare workers in mind, they’re light and supportive enough to get you through even the longest shifts. Crocs Lock™ slip-resistant treads, extra protection at the toes, and a variety of graphics come together to help you serve up your best.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B07G97NX94
- Item model number: -
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 3, 2009
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easy to slip on and off
eases feet fatigue
nonslip works great
easy to clean
lack of airflow
no ankle support
will shrink and deform if you leave in your car
size runs a bit large
That aside, I love this shoe. The non-slip bottom is really effective, much more so than the normal Crocs. I do not have sweaty feet, so the lack of holes is not an issue for me, even with thick socks— though I can see how this would affect people differently. The nubs on the footbed feel a little less prominent than on the regular Crocs, but it doesn't make much difference. Comfort-wise? 9 out of 10. I do not have any weird foot issues, and I can wear these all day and feel great. There's probably some other shoes on the market that can compare, but these are less than 40 bucks on Amazon, and I'd just as soon replace them a couple times a year than pay over 100 bucks for a single pair of work shoes.
Looks-wise? You are wearing rubber clogs. Again, they are a little lower profile than normal Crocs, and the lack of holes makes them even less obnoxious. But I don't wear them for fashion statements.
If you need a very slip-resistant waterproof shoe that will protect your toes these are perfect... I wouldn't trust these on ice, but they are perfect for indoor slippery floors. The back strap keeps them reliably on my feet when running up and down stairs. I still have a pair of regular Crocs for around the house and in the garden, but these are great for work. They are a marvel of function over form. The backs near the heel are low, so if you are doing really wet sloppy work all the time your feet might get wet that way... that's the only criticism I can think of for these, and Crocs should look into developing a model for people who do that kind of work.