Croc Shoes Review

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Croc shoes have become one of the most common shoes being worn lately. You see people wearing them every place you go. I'm not just referring to people kicking back wearing there casual attire, shoppers and children on the playground. I'm also including professionals like nurses, doctors, barbers, chefs or waitresses. In about any occupation that someone has to spend a extreme amounts of time on their feet you will see someone standing or walking around wearing a pair of Crocs as long as the job dress code allows.

One of the reasons most people love Croc shoes so much and end up owning a few pair is because there isn't a breaking in period. As soon as you put a pair of Croc shoes on your feet, you feel like they were custom fitted to your foot like a hand in a glove. What also helps you feel instant comfort when you first put on a pair of Crocs are the circulation nubs added throughout the whole foot bed of the shoe to help stimulate the blood flow in your feet.

Crocs have proved and are ergonomically certified to lessen muscle fatigue. The lightweight and shock absorbing sole helps reduce pressure and weight off of your feet, knees and lower back. The loose fit helps your feet to move and expand naturally and freely without any restrictions. This also assists in lessening muscle exhaustion and associated pains that come from it.

To clean your Crocs you only need to use soap and water, maybe a toothbrush to get in the hard to reach spots if you like. Crocs are so easy to clean mainly because they are designed from their own proprietary material called croslite. Croslite isn't plastic or rubber it's a closed cell resin material which resist odor, inhibit bacterial and fungal growth and is non­toxic. You should not put your Crocs in the dishwasher, washing machine, boil or use harsh chemicals as a technique to clean them.

Crocs were originally made to be odorless, waterproof, non-slip, lightweight, comfortable boat shoes. For all of those reasons they have become great chef and medical shoes. The reasonable pricing and wide variety of colors have made Crocs a house hold shoe that just about everyone loves and enjoys wearing.

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This article was published on 2010/03/30