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If you wear them with knee high socks your Virginity will be completely protected.
Burlyegg
· August 11, 2020
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Yes they fit a bit wide and have a little wobble to them. I might suggest one size bigger
RussianCowboy
· April 16, 2020
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The most UGLIEST shoes I have ever in my life had on my feet. But for the reason I got myself a pair of them is I have herniated and bulding discs in my back and the minute I put them on my feet for the very first time it was as if they had (the herniated bulging discs had miraculously went away. I was astonished and… see more The most UGLIEST shoes I have ever in my life had on my feet. But for the reason I got myself a pair of them is I have herniated and bulding discs in my back and the minute I put them on my feet for the very first time it was as if they had (the herniated bulging discs had miraculously went away. I was astonished and grateful. Some had told me they had the same problem and bought a pair of these and helped relieve there back problem too. I have been wearing classic crocs now for I think at least 2 or more years now and even thought I do have my days with my back These are still the most comfortable shoes you can put on your feet. TRUE STORY: Was getting in the car happened to look down at my foot and said OMG then laughed out loud because I was still wearing my house slippers (and we all know how comfortable those are) well those are how comfortable these are. I guess you have to ask yourself how much do you want to wear a comfortable shoe in order to get beyond how these look (atrociously) UUUUUGLY Every single pair I've ever bought is the (KHAKI) because they don't stand out so much. It's not as thought I don't like all the colors they come in I do its just that these are a "wide" looking shoe and if I bought or word the Yellow or Orange the first thing I would think of is "duck feet" OR the RED which I love too but would never ever buy they would just remind me of Clown shoes. You know how kids shoes are small and look really cute well I think these are really cute looking on little kids feet as well as all the colors They can get away with it but adults ok you can wear whatever color you like but remember if you think these shoes are UUUUUGLY buying a pair in a nice bright color is just going to bring a lot of attention to your feet.. No getting around the uuuuglyness of these shoes but depending on your circumstances and need for comfortable shoes YOU CANNOT BEAT THE CROCS FOR THAT !!!! see less The most UGLIEST shoes I have ever in my life had on my feet. But for the reason I got myself a pair of them is I have herniated and bulding discs in my back and the minute I put them on my feet for the very first time it was as if they had (the herniated bulging discs had miraculously went away. I was astonished and grateful. Some had told me they had the same problem and bought a pair of these and helped relieve there back problem too. I have been wearing classic crocs now for I think at least 2 or more years now and even thought I do have my days with my back These are still the most comfortable shoes you can put on your feet. TRUE STORY: Was getting in the car happened to look down at my foot and said OMG then laughed out loud because I was still wearing my house slippers (and we all know how comfortable those are) well those are how comfortable these are. I guess you have to ask yourself how much do you want to wear a comfortable shoe in order to get beyond how these look (atrociously) UUUUUGLY Every single pair I've ever bought is the (KHAKI) because they don't stand out so much. It's not as thought I don't like all the colors they come in I do its just that these are a "wide" looking shoe and if I bought or word the Yellow or Orange the first thing I would think of is "duck feet" OR the RED which I love too but would never ever buy they would just remind me of Clown shoes. You know how kids shoes are small and look really cute well I think these are really cute looking on little kids feet as well as all the colors They can get away with it but adults ok you can wear whatever color you like but remember if you think these shoes are UUUUUGLY buying a pair in a nice bright color is just going to bring a lot of attention to your feet.. No getting around the uuuuglyness of these shoes but depending on your circumstances and need for comfortable shoes YOU CANNOT BEAT THE CROCS FOR THAT !!!!
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· March 25, 2020
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That is referring to two sizes, one for women and one for men. They typically run two sizes apart, so a size 9 in women is a size 7 in men. The syntax is divided by the slash "/".
So it starts with the numeric size, followed by the width which is designated as "(b)m" for women and "d(m)". "us" just refers to "United S… see more
That is referring to two sizes, one for women and one for men. They typically run two sizes apart, so a size 9 in women is a size 7 in men. The syntax is divided by the slash "/".
So it starts with the numeric size, followed by the width which is designated as "(b)m" for women and "d(m)". "us" just refers to "United States" sizing. So in the example says it is a Size 9, regular width in women's united states sizing and it is a Size 7, regular width in men's united states sizing. see less
That is referring to two sizes, one for women and one for men. They typically run two sizes apart, so a size 9 in women is a size 7 in men. The syntax is divided by the slash "/".
So it starts with the numeric size, followed by the width which is designated as "(b)m" for women and "d(m)". "us" just refers to "United States" sizing. So in the example says it is a Size 9, regular width in women's united states sizing and it is a Size 7, regular width in men's united states sizing.

PlumplingDumpling
· January 23, 2020
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I have tried the sizes 8 and 9 in women's and the 8 is just barely too short, my heel goes over the back and toes just touch the front, and then I ordered a 9 as the only other alternative. The 9's were WAY too big and bulky. I wear a 8.5 and my feet are 9.5" long. It seems like my Croc wearing days are over even thoug… see more I have tried the sizes 8 and 9 in women's and the 8 is just barely too short, my heel goes over the back and toes just touch the front, and then I ordered a 9 as the only other alternative. The 9's were WAY too big and bulky. I wear a 8.5 and my feet are 9.5" long. It seems like my Croc wearing days are over even though before they changed the sizing, I wore sz 8 for a decade. Sad because I really want these for gardening and everyday wear. see less I have tried the sizes 8 and 9 in women's and the 8 is just barely too short, my heel goes over the back and toes just touch the front, and then I ordered a 9 as the only other alternative. The 9's were WAY too big and bulky. I wear a 8.5 and my feet are 9.5" long. It seems like my Croc wearing days are over even though before they changed the sizing, I wore sz 8 for a decade. Sad because I really want these for gardening and everyday wear.
GreenGirl
· November 19, 2019
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I've been wearing these probably for 2 or more years now (I have a bad back and helps a lot) Well from the very first pair I bought and just bought a pair today I have taken the ankle strap right off the shoe. YUP and 99.9 % of the time I'm wearing them I'm wearing them with NO SOCKKS and have never ever had a proble… see more I've been wearing these probably for 2 or more years now (I have a bad back and helps a lot) Well from the very first pair I bought and just bought a pair today I have taken the ankle strap right off the shoe. YUP and 99.9 % of the time I'm wearing them I'm wearing them with NO SOCKKS and have never ever had a problem falling out of the or anything like that. As for half size I wear 8-8 and a half I got a 9 then went to a 10 (ALL WOMENS SIZE) Today I got a women's size 11 and I know I will be taking off the strap of those too If I'm not "swimming" in the 11 and have to return them with the ankle straps attached BUT if they fit ok off the starps will come OH AND SOMETHING YOU CAN DO TOO to see if they work for you without the strap on. Just put the strap on the top of the top of the shoe don't have to bother taking the strap off just try that instead I forgot I did that with my very first pair and after wearing them like that for awhile realized I could take the straps right off the shoe and have ever since. I love my crocs (bad back problems) helps a lot. I wear mine constantly and have found that for me the inside sole does wear down after time you'll notice how much when you get a new pair. Nothing lasts forever see less I've been wearing these probably for 2 or more years now (I have a bad back and helps a lot) Well from the very first pair I bought and just bought a pair today I have taken the ankle strap right off the shoe. YUP and 99.9 % of the time I'm wearing them I'm wearing them with NO SOCKKS and have never ever had a problem falling out of the or anything like that. As for half size I wear 8-8 and a half I got a 9 then went to a 10 (ALL WOMENS SIZE) Today I got a women's size 11 and I know I will be taking off the strap of those too If I'm not "swimming" in the 11 and have to return them with the ankle straps attached BUT if they fit ok off the starps will come OH AND SOMETHING YOU CAN DO TOO to see if they work for you without the strap on. Just put the strap on the top of the top of the shoe don't have to bother taking the strap off just try that instead I forgot I did that with my very first pair and after wearing them like that for awhile realized I could take the straps right off the shoe and have ever since. I love my crocs (bad back problems) helps a lot. I wear mine constantly and have found that for me the inside sole does wear down after time you'll notice how much when you get a new pair. Nothing lasts forever
Amazon Customer
· March 25, 2020
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Look at the size & color
b jack
· March 18, 2019
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It would depend on the size and color. Some sizes and colors are in higher demand, which ultimately causes the price to increase.
Eddie day
· April 8, 2019
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Yes this style of Crocs are slip resistance.
Essential Apparel
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Crocs don’t get smelly as they don’t absorb sweat
Rosey
· May 14, 2020