Lightweight, great fit, but needs improvement
I have a very wide foot, which is why I primarily wear Crocs. For me, the only fit that works is the "Roomy Fit".
After reading some of the reviews, I almost didn't buy the Colorlite Lined Clog. However, overall, I'm glad I did. The clog is not without it's faults, but I'll be keeping this pair.
The Colorlite Lined fits my feet well, although, more snug than my favorite lined clog, the Baya Lined. The design is much more streamlined than the Baya Lined, too. While some complained the toe box pinched their toes, I don't find this to be the case. Yes, the toe box is shorter, but certainly no more than any other pair of loafers or running shoes I've owned. My toes have plenty of wiggle room.
One thing I and others have noticed is, while the ColorLite Lined is lightweight and streamlined, the sole does not provide much cushion as many of Crocs' other styles. Around the house, it’s fine. Just don’t expect the kind of cushion offered by the Duet Sport, Yukon Sport, Off Road, Specialist, etc.
The biggest drawback, however, is the ColorLite Lined doesn't have any vent holes, yet has a low heel. (The holes you see in the photos are fake impressions in the rubber... uhhh... "ColorLite".) A rubber clog without vent holes will make one's feet sweat and, yes, the ColorLite Lined has that effect. On the flip side, the absence of vent holes should provide water resistance and suitability for foul weather. The problem, here, is the low heel prevents the clog from use in foul weather.
To complete the ColorLite Lined, Crocs needs to give the clog true vent holes on top. That would make for a very comfortable, streamlined, lined clog - ideally suited as a house slipper, as well as dry weather, everyday clog.
While they're at it, Crocs should make a Specialist Lined. Now, that would be a fine foul weather clog!
RockyMountainKid - Feb 24, 2015