Shoebuy Insider on Crocs Shoes
When describing Crocs there is one word you will definitely not hear, and that is 'typical'. Starting with the original Crocs Classic, the brand has focused on taking a new approach to the world of footwear.
The classics were designed with a purpose. The slip resistant bottom, along with the waterproof foam material, was intended to make them the perfect boat shoes. The unique construction of the shoes made them very lightweight, and the foam's ability to form to the wearer's feet proved to make them a very comfortable shoe. The holes that allowed for water drainage helped keep the shoe breathable.
The many benefits of the Crocs Classics quickly made them popular among more than just boaters. Hiking enthusiasts like having a comfortable campsite shoe that doesn't add much weight to their packs. Doctors and nurses are happy to have a shoe that is comfortable for long shifts of walking around the hard floors of hospitals. To meet the needs of its customers, Crocs created new styles like the Mammoth, lined with fur for extra comfort and warmth for those who like to wear their Crocs as a slipper. They also released the CrocsRx line to provide comfortable shoes for those with foot ailments.
In addition to a creating a variety of styles to help wearers best suit their needs, Crocs come in different colors, lots and lots of different colors, so you can pick a pair that best matches your personality (very exciting for professionals, such as doctors and nurses, whose uniforms give them little ability to express their individuality; a rainbow of Crocs colors to wear with your static uniform adds a touch of "special" to every day). Crocs are also extremely easy to clean, which makes the large selection of children's styles and colors even more appealing. While you might not spot anyone sporting Crocs on the red carpet, you will likely find this quirky brand on the feet of those looking for maximum comfort and function.