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, Sarasota, FL , Jul 24, 2013
gave me a blister
I wish I had seen the review about the high arches before I bought these. I had the same problem with them rubbing the tops of my feet and giving me blisters. My kids and I have worn Crocs for years and this is the first time having an issue. I had really hoped that they would have been as comfortable as the Cleo style I've worn for years. I needed somehting I could wear to work, comfortable, but a bit more covered. Bummed. I am still waiting for Crocs to offer the original Cleo in lighter colors. Everyone I know in the beach areas want light colors, not black, dark brown and navy. The original Cleo was the most comfortable style, I wore the putty color top/celery sole for years until you stopped offereing them.
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, Sarasota, FL , Jan 20, 2012
prefer the cleo I
i have worn the cleo I style for years and always loved them for the comfort and stylish look. i wanted to replace them but they no longer offer the cleo I in the color combo that i like (oatmeal/mint green), only darker colors, so i decided to try the cleo II. didn't like this style as well, the overall fit doesn't work for my narrow foot as i prefer to wear the back strap forward instead of behind the heal. it is way too big for wearing across the top of my foot, feel like i'm sliding out of the shoe even though the size 8 is perfect for the length of my foot. if you have a 'regular' or high arch this style will probably fit fine for you. i will have to return the cleo II and go back to the cleo I. wish croc would bring back the lighter colors. hope this helps...
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