- Enclosed toe and heel meets workplace standards
- Fit is relaxed, with tapered fit in the back of the heel for a secured fit
- Enhanced arch support adds to the comfort Enclosed toe and heel meets workplace standards
- Crocs Lock slip-resistant treads Dual Crocs Comfort: Blissfully supportive. Soft. All-day comfort
- ASTM F2913-11 tested, CE Certified Meets or exceeds EN ISO 20347:2012, OB, SRC
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|Slip Resistant||Crocs Lock||Crocs Lock||Crocs Lock||Crocs Lock|
|Available in Graphics||✓||✓|
|Easy to Clean||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Moisture Wicking Liner||✓||✓|
|Industry||kitchen, food industry, medical||kitchen, food industry, medical||kitchen, food industry, medical||kitchen, food industry, medical||kitchen, food industry, medical||kitchen, food industry, medical|
|Fit||Roomy: Our most generous, roomy fit.||Relaxed: A little room; feels more secure on your foot.||Relaxed: A little room; feels more secure on your foot.||Roomy: Our most generous, roomy fit.||Roomy: Our most generous, roomy fit.||Roomy: Our most generous, roomy fit.|
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Sadly "on the clock" crocs are not the same.. got them at a reduced price so maybe they were seconds or something like that; the second time I wore them the insole and the side of the shoes started to pinch in a way that doesn't feel right at all. Socks might help.. but I'm not convinced.
Might be ok if your pace is going to be a bit more sedate.
Fits true to size - although someone with a high arch or especially wide feet might not get along with them.
As well, I've been told that Crocs are amazingly comfortable, but I do not find this rings true for me. My feet, particularly the heels, hurt at the end of the day and because the left shoe fits smaller, my left foot consequently hurts more than the right. Furthermore, in my first week wearing these shoes, my left calf muscles also hurt because I was compensating for the smaller fit. I'm fine now, but I can't imagine it will be good in the long run. If I hadn't needed shoes so soon and had had more time to shop, I probably wouldn't have kept these, especially with one shoe being defective and fitting slightly smaller (that makes a noticeable difference when you're on your feet the whole day!).
The only positive thing I have to say about these is that they are easy to wipe down. This is why I searched for Crocs in the first place.