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Yes. I have wide feet (and bunion) and these Amoji clogs fit very comfortably. Also ordered a pair for my brother who has wide feet and he finds them very comfortable.
M.L.
· September 4, 2017
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I ordered one pair and loved them, so I ordered a second pair. They are very comfortable. The arch isn't high, but I think they are well constructed. As comfortable as my crocs.
Jill R. Harwood
· January 2, 2018
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I don’t know if a 12 exist. I want a 12 as well. Bought the 11. It just fit. So if you are a 12.5, the 11 will be too small. Love the shoe.
San Diego
· February 19, 2018
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it will as it has patterns. However, depends on the floor condition and how dirty the shoe is!
shibaji saha
· November 28, 2018
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No they are not lined.
Ladybug56
· December 29, 2017
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Most definitely. My 2 year old son will grab them off my foot as i'm sliding them on, claiming that they are his shoe. It's pretty adorable. Shoes are great by the way.
Terry Thomas Jr.
· July 11, 2019
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I have been wearing the white version for almost a year and a half. Just got back from packing up a long camping trip and they were so dirty, they were almost black. Sponge/scrubbie and some dish soap and they look brand new, very white. The little black label comes off after some wear, and I slightly melted the toe ar… see more I have been wearing the white version for almost a year and a half. Just got back from packing up a long camping trip and they were so dirty, they were almost black. Sponge/scrubbie and some dish soap and they look brand new, very white. The little black label comes off after some wear, and I slightly melted the toe area from my huge campfire. Buying at least two more pairs soon...don't ever want to be without them. see less I have been wearing the white version for almost a year and a half. Just got back from packing up a long camping trip and they were so dirty, they were almost black. Sponge/scrubbie and some dish soap and they look brand new, very white. The little black label comes off after some wear, and I slightly melted the toe area from my huge campfire. Buying at least two more pairs soon...don't ever want to be without them.
Word Weaver
· August 18, 2020
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It is the same rubber material as the rest of the shoe. It is similar to the insoles of Crocs, only I find these more comfortable. I would live in them except that they become slippery inside when wet and I am afraid I will slip and fall. Other than that they are fabulous. I have plantar fasciitis in my right foot and … see more It is the same rubber material as the rest of the shoe. It is similar to the insoles of Crocs, only I find these more comfortable. I would live in them except that they become slippery inside when wet and I am afraid I will slip and fall. Other than that they are fabulous. I have plantar fasciitis in my right foot and fat pad atrophy in my left foot and have had to wear orthotic inserts in every shoe for the past 10 years, but not with these shoes. They are truly comfortable. The only other con that I can think of is that they may get uncomfortable in the summer if your feet perspire. see less It is the same rubber material as the rest of the shoe. It is similar to the insoles of Crocs, only I find these more comfortable. I would live in them except that they become slippery inside when wet and I am afraid I will slip and fall. Other than that they are fabulous. I have plantar fasciitis in my right foot and fat pad atrophy in my left foot and have had to wear orthotic inserts in every shoe for the past 10 years, but not with these shoes. They are truly comfortable. The only other con that I can think of is that they may get uncomfortable in the summer if your feet perspire.
Daisy
· May 23, 2018
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I have wide feet and they fit me well. If buys a "W" in regular shoes he'd probably be okay, however they likely won't fit a "WW" or larger.
Adam Curtis
· April 27, 2020
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Seems so i’ve not walk on water
Rita Bee Yong Gan
· April 29, 2019