If you thought Crocs were only clogs, then think again! There are so many fabulous styles and colours of Crocs shoes and sandals that it is difficult to pick just one. Crocs offer stylish footwear for the entire family.
My husband enjoys wearing this pair of men's Santa Cruz Fisherman sandals that has become his go-to summer sandal. He finds it to be relaxing and comfortable to wear during long durations because of the cushioned innersole that has a massage-pod footbed. The innersole is easily removable to wash and clean, perfect to wear during all summer activities i.e. water parks and beach. The upper part of this pair of sandals has suede and leather, which makes it stylish and goes well with casual summer clothing. The outsole and midsole is made with Croslite material. This pair is available in black/khaki, espresso/black and navy/stucco.
I enjoy wearing this relaxing, close-toed, comfy pair of women's Walu Canvas loafers. They don't have 1/2 size, so I chose to go up a size and it fits perfectly. This pair of canvas loafers can be easily washed and kept fresh all summer long. I like that the microfiber insert can be removed and cleaned, so we can keep the loafers odourless. I find this pair to be stylish to wear with my summer clothing.
This lightweight shoe is easy to put on and remove, which makes it fabulous to wear for all summer activities such as taking a stroll in the park and beach. The non-marking rubber outsole makes it a durable shoe. The metatarsal and medial arch ventilation and the side ports make the shoe breathable. The midsole is made with Croslite material, and the upper part is canvas with suede accents. These are so comfy and lightweight that I am thinking of getting another colour too. This loafer is available in four different colours black/oyster, espresso/stucco, khaki/stucco and raspberry/oyster.
Proper footwear helps us to enjoy a whole day of activities without tiring our feet, and Crocs does this for us.
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