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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately 2" from arch
- Platform measures approximately 1/2"
- "W" On the Sole refers to "Women", not "Wide"
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Crocs At Work
Do your shoes live up to your career specialty? The Crocs At Work Collection is designed for workers in healthcare, restaurant, retail and other demanding 'on your feet' industries. Our Bistro, Specialist, Neria and other At Work styles feature a variety of graphics, thicker construction at the toes and metatarsal areas, and increased arch support.
- Crocs Lock slip-resistant treads on most styles
- Enclosed toes protect foot from spills
- Enhanced arch support, thicker metatarsal area and contoured footbeds
- Easy to clean with soap and water
- Iconic Crocs Comfort: original Croslite foam cushion
- Fit style: Roomy – our most generous fit
Crocs, Inc. is dedicated to the future of comfort. Our original and most famous style, the Classic Clogs, are instantly recognized around the world.
Made for all-day, on-the-job comfort. Roomy by design like our original Classic Clog, the Mercy Work Clog offers generous room all around the foot. It has Crocs Lock tread for slip-resistance, a heel-hugging backstrap, and a closed heel.
Crocs, Inc. is a rapidly growing designer, manufacturer and retailer of footwear for men, women and children under the Crocs brand. All Crocs brand shoes feature Crocs' proprietary closed-cell resin, Croslite, which represents a substantial innovation in footwear. The Croslite material enables Crocs to produce soft, comfortable, lightweight, superior-gripping, non-marking and odor-resistant shoes. These unique elements make Crocs ideal for casual wear, as well as for professional and recreational uses such as boating, hiking, hospitality and gardening. The versatile use of the material has enabled Crocs to successfully market its products to a broad range of consumers.
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 5 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00I19WNMU
- Item model number: -
- Date first listed on Amazon: October 27, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Even though the Mercy Work Mules are shown as having "Roomy" fit, meaning they should be as wide as original Crocs (which are also "Roomy" fit), these Mercy shoes are not nearly as wide as the original Crocs. My little toes were squeezed pretty badly, it was uncomfortable just wearing them around the house. I can't imagine being on my feet for hours in these.
The shoe is attractive and well-made. For those who normally wear a D width up to a E width, they would probably fit well.
I normally wear a womens' 7, and the size 7 was the correct length for me. Just wasn't wide enough.
Design: These shoes are definitely designed a lot better than the older styles. They still offer the non-slip soles and the same type of nubby interior material. They look a lot better (a little less like clown shoes) than previous versions. Also, the soles come up higher on the shoe and seem to be a bit stronger (good news for me because the last pair were done in by a small hole in the toe). Like most Crocs designed for work, they are enclosed so they are spill-proof and easy to clean. These are not your typical flat Crocs though, you can see they have a raised arch.
Fit/Comfort: Upon first trying these on, I found they definitely don't fit like the Bistro or more classic styles that were wide and roomy. As said before, they are narrower and more conforming to the foot, and have taken me a little while to get used to. I wore them during 10 hour shifts three days in a row, and I did have blisters on my little toes by the third day. With only a day's break however, I have been able to go back to wearing them without this problem. My feet were also kind of sore the first few days, but this happens with most new shoes. Because of the new design, you really have to break these in, and they will conform to your feet to cause less pain and rubbing (although a lot of the older styles didn't really have a break-in period).
Overall, if you are looking to combine a more desirable look with comfort, these are great shoes to buy. If you really don't care about the look, however, I might suggest one of the more classic Crocs styles, as they may be just a little bit more comfortable.
The arch support is fantastic and the bottom, non-slip tread is great!! Both features are much better than my Specialst vented clogs I wear for work. Both are very easy to clean.
The only con is vents on the sides to let the feet breathe, otherwise this croc is perfect.
These are described as "work mules," but I prefer to think of them as the ones I now wear plodding through the grocery store and other large retail emporiums on the weekends, or sooner if I run out of necessary items. They are comfy and stylish, although who really looks at what a 73-year-old lady wears cruising down the produce aisle? I found they fit better when I wear them with socks, and the socks prevent my feet from slipping inside the shoes. As for the level of comfort, I can say they hold up over three stores, plus the unloading and putting away of all those purchases, without letting me down. I also like the more tapered toe which, although certainly smaller than the unisex version, provides plenty of space for toes to flex and stretch, with no cramping. Older ladies like that feature, believe me.
So if you think arduous shopping trips count as work, as I do, then these will definitely suit you. If, however, you're on your feet all day, they will most definitely do the job, and with a certain amount of style.
I originally owned Crocs' Neria work clog, however they did not have the croslite insole (which these have) and were quite heavy compared to these (which are as light as a pair of flip flops). Easy to clean and spill proof. Very stylish. I strongly recommend these and will definitely buy another pair when these wear out.