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Crocs Unisex Crocband Clog, Navy, 11 US Men / 13 US Women

Fully molded croc band style clog

Product Features

  • DESIGN: This shoe is constructed using a fully molded Crocs Croslite material for signature Crocs comfort. The ventilation ports add breathability and help water and debris drain away. And don’t forget the heel strap that is designed to offer a secure fit but can be pivoted forward on the clog to provide an easy, slip-on option!
  • BENEFITS: These shoes are lightweight, easy to clean with soap and water, and quick to dry. They also offer non-marking soles, an easy, slip-on design, and extreme durability. Lastly, the ventilation holes allow them to be personalized with Jibbitz charms!
  • WHAT SIZE SHOULD I BUY? These shoes offer a relaxed fit but are not as roomy as the Classic Clog . They offer an EE width (extra wide). If you are shopping for a 1/2 size, we suggest ordering up to the next largest whole size

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Anonymous says:

great clogs—with one caveat… I have always loved crocks, despite their clunky look and have gotten a new pair every year– for years–…I use them for comfort while cooking and in the garden and the occasional flare up of plantar fasciitis…or a foot injury . This particular set though fits slightly differently than others, and in my case, makes this croc fit not as well as all others–it is too small: I now figured it out: the white trim/banding around the shoe makes it better for walking in sloshy or wet areas, but…

Anonymous says:

Quality has tanked I have had many pairs of Crocs over the years, but my last two, which were about four years old, wore out. I bought these to replace them. One of the pairs being replaced is also the Crocband Clog style.Holy cow, has quality taken a dive over the past four years! The foam rubber that these are made of is thinner and less flexible than the old ones. The footbed is much less cushioning. The strap is only half as thick, and, again, harder and stiffer – therefore less padded. And the strap…

Anonymous says:

Only lasted 3 weeks before strap broke

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