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BarbaraP , Scottsmoor, Fla , Dec 3, 2012
Not a Good Fit
I just got these Baya Lined Crocs today and have been wearing them all day indoors. The first thing that I noticed is that while they are the right length, they are a HUGE width and very ugly. The next thing that I noticed is that they are not as cushy as the rest of my 30 pairs of Crocs. At the end of the day, my arches ached and my toes were sore from wobbling around in these really wide shoes. The only things I can say that they have going for them is that the liner keeps those doggone "massaging bumps" (whose idea was that anyway? I hate those things.) from rubbing my toes raw, and they don't have any holes down at dirt level, so you don't get dirt and sand in your shoes when you go outside. I am very disappointed in these Crocs and would return them if I hadn't gotten them on a BOGO for 1/2 off deal. It would cost more for me to return them than they cost in the first place, darn it! I have often recommended Crocs to friends who suffer from plantar faciitus like I do, but will not recommend THESE particular ones.
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BarbaraP , Titusville, FL , Nov 20, 2011
Dressy Clog
My selection of this shoe in black was aided by the fact that I had tried on and bought a pair of blue ones at the Crocs store in St. Augustine. The were dressy enough to wear to a class reunion event with a suit, and were very comfortable for standing around while socializing, even though I suffer from plantar fasciitis. I told my husband how comfortable they were, and he said I'd better order another pair before they discontinue them. ALRIGHT!! I like the way the back comes up a little higher, making them a little more stable to wear, and the aggressive, non-slip sole. They fit a woman's foot well and are not quite so "clunky" looking as some of the other clogs, though I did have to go down a size from a usual size 10 to a size 9 to get this fit. I LOVE the way the stupid "massaging bumps" are smoother in these shoes so they don't irritate my toes when I wear them without socks. I wish they would make more Crocs with smoother insoles. I like the aggressive arch support. I really like the stylish silver decoration across the vamp --- makes them a little more dressy without going overboard. The suede-look decoration on the vamp of the other colors is also attractive. They are gorgeous----and very comfortable for standing and walking, even with a painful case of plantar fasciitis. I hope they don't discontinue them, as I will buy more of this shoe.
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BarbaraP , Scottsmoor, FL , Nov 4, 2011
Really Comfy
I bought my first pair of the Skylar Flats in gray at the St. Augustine, FL Crocks Store in early October. When I told the clerk that I was suffering with plantar fasciitis she recommended that I try them or the Skylar clogs. I was amazed at how cushy the insole is and how comfy they are to walk in. This purchase on-line was for an additional pair in brown, and I think I may go for another pair in black. Because of the plantar fasciitis, Crocks are the only shoes I can wear for any length of time and not be in pain. The Skylar Flat is the best looking and most comfortable of all of the 22 pairs of Crocks i own.
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BarbaraP , Scottsmoor, FL , Jul 1, 2011
Love This Sandal
I have had plantar fasciitis for a while now and it is extremely painful. I found that crocs were the only shoes I could wear and still walk, so I purchased Crocs Rx Relief Clogs. As summer got hotter, I wanted a cooler, nicer looking shoe to wear with capris and shorts, and this one fills the bill. The insole is really soft, and doesn't make my heel hurt. In addition, the 2 straps across the toe are in just the right place so that they don't hurt the knuckle of my little toe. Being able to wear the instep strap around the heel is a big plus too, as it stays on better that way if necessary. I have recommended these sandals to everyone I meet who has a foot problem. Very comfortable and very cute!
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