My teenage daughter started the Crocs phase in our house years ago. It seemed like that was all the girls were wearing. She had to have a pair in every color. You know the ones, the classic Croc that was originally a yard shoe?
I’d like to introduce you to the new Crocs. Same comfort, new style!
These are the new Marnie flats. Inspired by ballet flats, these are incredibly comfortable and stylish enough to wear to the office (yes! Crocs at the office!). You can wear these all day, even in a “stand up” job, and still be comfortable at the end of the day. Although the picture doesn’t show it, they do have arch support and the circulation nubs actually feel like a little massage.
The Crocs™ Marnie flat features:
Closed-toe buffed croslite™ material flat provides Crocs’ signature comfort.
A fiber textured heel creates a secure and comfortable fit.
A rubber outsole for “go-anywhere” style.
A reinforced shank provides greater arch support.
Circulation nubs to stimulate blood flow.
These are available in black/black, espresso/mushroom (pictured and the pair I received) and plum/plum. These run $39.99 and when ordering please take into consideration they run half to a full size large. They fit me a little big, but not falling off. Even big, they are super comfy. Oh, and yes, I said when ordering… you NEED a pair of these!
These are Crocs new Berryessa boot. If you are looking for a winter boot, look no further! These have Crocs signature comfort but with a soft suede like look and feel on the outside. With the added traction you won’t feel uneasy on your feet in the snow. The picture doesn’t do them justice. They are very cute and no one will believe they are Crocs brand.
The Crocs Berryessa boot features:
Buffed croslite™ material gives this boot a sophisticated look and feel.
Rubber outsole pods for increased traction and durability.
Microsuede upper with tricot lining for warmth and comfort.
These are available in black/black, mushroom/mushroom and espresso/espresso (pictured and the pair I received). These run $89.99. My biggest disappointment with these is that they run half to a full size small. If you are wearing thicker than trouser socks you will need a full size bigger.
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