- Rubber outsole sole
- Shaft measures approximately 6.75" from arch
- Boot opening measures approximately 12.5" around
- Waterproof boot featuring contrast pull circles on sides and decorative logo button at top shaft
- Contrast stripe at midsole
- Fully molded croslite material construction for lightweight cushion
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|Crocband Jaunt||Jaunt Shorty Boot||Freesail Rain Boot||Freesail Shorty Rain Boot||Freesail Chelsea Boot|
|Upper||Croslite||Croslite||Croslite||Croslite||Croslite with Gore|
|Outsole||Croslite with Rubber Pods||Croslite with Rubber Pods||Croslite with Rubber Pods||Croslite with Rubber Pods||Croslite|
|Shaft Length||Mid-calf||Over the ankle||Over the calf||Over the ankle||Over the ankle|
Jump in and play all day in the sporty Crocs Jaunt Shorty Boot! Waterproof upper with Croslite shaft. Easy pull-on style. Fully molded croslite material construction for lightweight cushioning. Durable rubber outsole. Imported. Measurements: Weight: 8 oz Circumference: 12 1⁄2 in Shaft: 6 3⁄4 in Product measurements were taken using size 8, width M. Please note that measurements may vary by size. Weight of footwear is based on a single item, not a pair.
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 10 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00RELPEU4
- Item model number: 15769
- Date first listed on Amazon: May 14, 2014
- Customer Reviews:
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So these were paradoxically both too small and too large at the same time. Plus the color was less "Raspberry" and more "Bright!!! Pink!!!".
If it was life or death, need a boot, I could have managed. But I'm sure I can find something better. So they're going back.
Don't mind my sweats! It's laundry day!
These boots are so lightweight and inexpensive that I expected they'd come apart like most similar boots have for me---I spend a lot of time squatting to garden, causing a sharp ankle crease that usually quickly falls apart on most boots, with the upper separating from the sole. Not with these boots, though! I don't even see evidence of that crease.
They are as comfortable as any other boot like this that I've tried. Cool feet is not a thing I expect from a boot that's actually protecting my feet from all the stuff I might run into while working with my goats and my land.
After about 11 months, I started to notice a piece of one of the soles peeling off. It didn't really affect the wearing of the shoe, but sometimes I'd get hay or grass clippings stuck in the sole because of it.
The only thing that I found odd/annoying about these is that the white rings around the holes on the sides are separate pieces that are not attached to the rest of the boot with seams, stitching, or glue of any kind. If you actually use those holes to pull the boots on or off, the rings have a tendency to pop out. Eventually I just left them off.
A word of warning, though: Don't leave these boots sitting out in harsh, hot sunlight all day. One morning earlier this week, I left these all day on my back deck (southwest exposure) because they were covered with wet grass clippings I didn't want to track inside. The next morning, I could barely get them on my feet and they felt weird. They shrunk/warped in the sun/heat---the soles are kind of weirdly round/bulbous now, and the white bit around the attachment from upper-to-sole came loose.
Lesson learned. I recently bought some Sloggers clogs as a replacement (because one of the soles had developed that flap), and they are fine for taking the compost out or whatever. But I realized I want my whole foot and ankle covered when I'm doing most stuff outside.
So I'm ordering another pair of these boots.
*Update: I left these on the back steps (which face west) and in the heat of the summer sun ... they shrank! I can no longer wear them with socks and struggle to get just my bare foot in too. A friend mentioned she knew someone who had the same issue ... so just a heads up!
The fit for the foot was good but the ankle was awkwardly tight and kind of rubbed. I do not have big ankles so I was very surprised but I did remember reading a similar review. I had to return them sadly... I just didn't want to risk it