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mrlg , Dec 8, 2012
Finally
Crocs came into being serving the people who love the feel of a roomier shoe, as well as those of us who have bigger feet. Then they turned to the traditional market and started making smaller, tighter shoes/boots all the way around. I have bought SO MANY shoes online (hundreds and hundreds of dollars) only to take them back into the store for being too small. FINALLY this shoe, which is comfortable and beautiful and sure to become one of my alltime favorites. I came right back to buy several more and all the 11's are gone. Typical. And with your penchant for only making a shoe for a season, this is bad news. Buy these up folks - especially if you like the roomier fit. And Crocs, please bring this one back - it's a classic.
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mrlg , Oct 3, 2011
Crocs is running narrower
Since I have size 11 feet, I have to always buy the largest size, and in the last two years, Crocs has significantly reduced the width of their shoes to the point I can barely buy the shoes anymore, even the relaxed fit (I have probably six pairs of crocs I'm wearing out). I've repeatedly gone to the store to buy shoes and walked away with nothing even if wearing CROCS has dramatically reduced my joint pain. The height of the foot is the problem with these boots, it is impossible to get my foot even "into" the boot. My pair of Nadias is about worn out, but I'm going to have to do one more winter with them. They are incredible - and nowhere available in large sizes even on used sites like e-bay - evidence of how much customers miss them. Get over your size phobia Crocs - be friends with the consumers who launched you into stardom.
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mrlg , Midwest U.S.A. , Jul 6, 2011
Croc is still running narrow
I bought Adaras a year ago and planned to wear them the rest of my life, but CROCS discontinued them and even on places like Ebay they disappeared quickly. I have been in the outlet stores and bought on line numerous times, only to have to take the shoes back. I do have wide feet, but they fit the old CROCS beautifully with no problem. It seems that Crocs has decided to target the more narrow-fitted foot and I wish they would open a "Wide" line with the shoes that they built their fame on. I am so willing to spend money on these shoes, and it is so frustrating to have to keep returning them. The Patricia II is a great style, and I think the band across the top was added to give the sandal stability (a plus). But the bands are tight, and the instep is too low - it doesn't reach over the top of the foot either. I was very disappointed to have to take these back. I give this shoe a FAIL for not fitting, but three stars because I think it is made well for narrower feet. Not just "narrow" but also "shallow" on the instep.
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