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- Platform-wedge clog featuring logoed suede upper with fuzzy lining and cushioned croslite insole
- Rubber pods on outsole
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Welcome to ultimate comfort with the Crocs Cobbler Leather Clog. This classic closed toe Croc clog has a twist with a heel made of soft suede and a furry comfortable lining. But don't let this just be your perfect slipper, rubber outsole pods increase traction and will keep the shoe going for miles and miles. Wear it to the grocery store, or even to work! The Crocs Cobbler Leather Clog is your best friend no matter where your feet will take you.
- Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B016DYCLV2
- Item model number: 11602
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 4, 2005
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Like you would expect from most Crocs, it has a contoured, molded foot bed. This shoe also has the feature of a faux (at least I think it is faux) sherpa lining. The sherpa lining makes the shoe feel even more comfortable, and a bit warmer as well.
Steps feel somewhat cushioned, so walking is not bad, as long as I'm not doing a lot of it.
I would wear these shopping, in other words, but not necessarily for working on my feet all day, or sight seeing.
Though it has a heel, it does not seem to throw the foot forward.
The toe box is fairly roomy...I do have a wide foot, and the horrible curse of bunions on both feet. These are wide enough to accomodate them fairly well, but I must admit I did have to use a shoe stretcher to expand an area on the left shoe.
I would prefer it if the shoe came in half sizes, for the size nine is slightly too large, and the size eight is slightly too small.
However, depending on the socks I wear, the size nine fits just right, way better than it would if I had gotten the size eight shoe.
I sprayed the shoes with nubuck / suede protector before even wearing for the first time, because it is such a light color and would probably get dirty fairly easily. As it is, they are holding up very well.
I do like this shoe quite a bit.
I hope this review has helped you to decide whether or not to buy a pair of them.
a 1/2. Sometimes a girl needs a half. :). Some may recognize that quote.
I wear an 8-1/2. The 8 was too small. It was short in the base, i.e. the heel of my foot fell over the back
of the clog. SO up to the 9 I went. The 9 is only okay if I wear a heavy sock and tread slowly
because I can literally step out of them if not careful. They fit wide which doesn't help if
you have to go a size up as I did. Overall it's a lose fit that oddly feels dangerous to walk in.
Like you are always conscious of the clog. And tripping. In public. Where someone with
a cell phone will snap your picture as you are splayed on the floor and upload it to a "ha ha" site.
Not to mention the danger factor of actually getting hurt.
I chose to keep them only because I have an outfit or two they go with. But I will no longer
buy Crocs until they offer US sizing.