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I wear a size 8 my foot also is 4 inches wide very good fit. The difference between classic and coast is the side (not top) holes There is 6 holes around the sole top on classic, the front two holes are removed leaving 4 side holes to prevent waves/sand entering head on. There is another version called crocband that h… see more I wear a size 8 my foot also is 4 inches wide very good fit. The difference between classic and coast is the side (not top) holes There is 6 holes around the sole top on classic, the front two holes are removed leaving 4 side holes to prevent waves/sand entering head on. There is another version called crocband that has no holes at all around the sole and look like tennis shoes they are my favorite at beach keeps most sand out. see less I wear a size 8 my foot also is 4 inches wide very good fit. The difference between classic and coast is the side (not top) holes There is 6 holes around the sole top on classic, the front two holes are removed leaving 4 side holes to prevent waves/sand entering head on. There is another version called crocband that has no holes at all around the sole and look like tennis shoes they are my favorite at beach keeps most sand out.
John T.
· September 21, 2019
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Yeah the first time I wore them, I felt like my toes were going to fall off from the friction of the bumps and it felt like (without looking) that blisters had taken the place of my toes. lol This was an extremely busy 8 hour shift as a restaurant server. When I had gotten home, my toes looked fine, and I just took the… see more Yeah the first time I wore them, I felt like my toes were going to fall off from the friction of the bumps and it felt like (without looking) that blisters had taken the place of my toes. lol This was an extremely busy 8 hour shift as a restaurant server. When I had gotten home, my toes looked fine, and I just took the shoes off for the rest of the night, gave my feet some rest, cleaned the shoes, and now for some reason these are more comfortable to me then even the LiteRide crocs which don't really have these bumps. Your feet may just need to adjust a little, it's hard to say why I like them so much now. Another tip would be to try wearing the straps, because I think the blistering torture comes from your feet moving too much inside the shoes. So find a perfect fit, utilize Amazon Wardrobe if you can for different sizes, and try alternating between straps and straps-up to see which is more comfortable. Jeez, this should have been a full review. lol see less Yeah the first time I wore them, I felt like my toes were going to fall off from the friction of the bumps and it felt like (without looking) that blisters had taken the place of my toes. lol This was an extremely busy 8 hour shift as a restaurant server. When I had gotten home, my toes looked fine, and I just took the shoes off for the rest of the night, gave my feet some rest, cleaned the shoes, and now for some reason these are more comfortable to me then even the LiteRide crocs which don't really have these bumps. Your feet may just need to adjust a little, it's hard to say why I like them so much now. Another tip would be to try wearing the straps, because I think the blistering torture comes from your feet moving too much inside the shoes. So find a perfect fit, utilize Amazon Wardrobe if you can for different sizes, and try alternating between straps and straps-up to see which is more comfortable. Jeez, this should have been a full review. lol
EpsilonThe5
· May 15, 2019
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I noticed the ones I ordeted here didn't have all the same markings my old ones did, and they felt a bit different.... So I called the actual customer support line for crocs to ask about them. They said it was very unlikely they were fake. I'm still not convinced they're genuine, but not sure they're fake either. I k… see more I noticed the ones I ordeted here didn't have all the same markings my old ones did, and they felt a bit different.... So I called the actual customer support line for crocs to ask about them. They said it was very unlikely they were fake. I'm still not convinced they're genuine, but not sure they're fake either. I know that's not exactly helpful but it's my two cents. see less I noticed the ones I ordeted here didn't have all the same markings my old ones did, and they felt a bit different.... So I called the actual customer support line for crocs to ask about them. They said it was very unlikely they were fake. I'm still not convinced they're genuine, but not sure they're fake either. I know that's not exactly helpful but it's my two cents.
Tosha
· June 25, 2019
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These are made out of rubber,and are not cloth lined ,they do have winter ones they are lined and are very warm
Purificacion Norskow
· April 11, 2018
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No, they run large. Order a size down.
Consumer Z
· September 20, 2019
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My daughter wears a 9 1/2-10 and her 10's fit perfectly
Kindle Customer
· November 23, 2017
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Sorry, but I have no idea what you mean by "put the letters on the crocs"
Amazon Customer
· June 14, 2019
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These are a little roomier than classic crocks. I ended up exchanging mine because they were a little too big.
Hotside
· February 3, 2020
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Hi! This Croc shoe style is wide, thats the beauty of the Croc, its roomy. I believe there are other styles available with a narrower width but they are not clogs. Hope this helps!
Cristina Vazquez
· February 27, 2020