Crocs Brand Shoes - page 2

I did a search on Crocs to see if this has already been discussed and I merely received a message saying I'd need to wait 20 seconds to try again, so I assume not. I just bought my first pair of... Read More

  1. by   Marie_LPN, RN
    Quote from SandraJean
    Has anybody tried the comfort clogs from allheart? They are so much lower in price! I haven't tried either style yet, just wondering how they compare.
    Allheart's reputation for customer service is pretty poor.
  2. by   SweetieRN
    I don't like them! They are too "sticky" on our floor surfaces and I end up tripping all the time! I'll keep my Birkis, thanks:heartbeat
  3. by   VeryPlainJane
    Do Crocs all have air holes? B/C lets face it we all end up with poop on the shoe sometimes. ewwwwwwwwwwww
  4. by   Bipley
    Quote from VeryPlainJane
    Do Crocs all have air holes? B/C lets face it we all end up with poop on the shoe sometimes. ewwwwwwwwwwww
    Not all of them do, mine don't.

    I just wore them for the first time today and I'm totally impressed. Today was only an 8 hour shift but I'm not even tired. Amazing difference.

    I'm sold on them!
  5. by   nurse_suzan
    I absolutely love my Crocs, I work L & D and they are the most comfortable shoes I have had. We wear shoe covers over ours, so if you are worried about getting "poop" on yours, just put on some covers. My 4 year old has a pair and that is all she wears. She really loves them and they go right into the washer and clean up great.
  6. by   blee1
    i bought a pair and they are extremely comfortable. i have the ones with no holes. my only suggestion is to get the ones with holes on the sides so they dont get too hot...
  7. by   RN and Mommy
    I Love them! No painful feet when I get off from a 12 hour shift! I actually had them on today when I went to get an steroid epidural injection (for pain from a back injury in July) and the anesthesiologist said they were great shoes for people who suffer from back pain! Something about the squishy bottoms being great shock absorbers! Love them!:hatparty:
  8. by   USAFRN 13
    I have been wearing them for about 2 years now, i have 6 pairs because i don't just wear them for work. at work i wear the orange ones (b/c no one else has orange) with the holes. my feet don't sweat near as much as with birkis. crocs rule all!
  9. by   Bipley
    Quote from USAFRN 13
    I have been wearing them for about 2 years now, i have 6 pairs because i don't just wear them for work. at work i wear the orange ones (b/c no one else has orange) with the holes. my feet don't sweat near as much as with birkis. crocs rule all!
    I learned something today. Socks matter! Yesterday I wore heavy socks, no pain, no anything. Felt great. Today I wore nylon socks and not only did I squeek with each step, my feet are killing me. I don't know what the difference is but it is huge.

    Note to self: Heavy socks work better heavy socks work better heavy socks work better...
  10. by   SandraJean
    Quote from Marie_LPN
    Allheart's reputation for customer service is pretty poor.

    Thanks for the heads up! I do think that I'll try them out on my feet before buying, so probably won't buy them online.
  11. by   LeahJet
    Quote from Simba&NalasMom
    I have to be careful to pick up my feet more; the material is rubber and sometimes the toes catch on the floor, causing me to trip.
    I am sooo glad I wasn't the only one...lol.... I was kind of short changed in the grace department anyway and these shoes made me feel like Chevy Chase or some other slapstick comedian. I'd be walking along, in what I thought was a respectable amount of decorum, and one of my feet would make a screeching halt, thrusting the top half of my body forward. My co-workers seem to find great humor in this....half the time I think they keep me around to entertain them....
  12. by   Bipley
    Quote from LeahJet
    I am sooo glad I wasn't the only one...lol.... I was kind of short changed in the grace department anyway and these shoes made me feel like Chevy Chase or some other slapstick comedian. I'd be walking along, in what I thought was a respectable amount of decorum, and one of my feet would make a screeching halt, thrusting the top half of my body forward. My co-workers seem to find great humor in this....half the time I think they keep me around to entertain them....
    Heh... after reading so many people write of these results I went a little overboard and likely looked like I was marching to a drummer the last two days.

    As uncoordinated as I am, I didn't have this particular problem.
  13. by   NightshiftQueen
    One of our docs just started wearing them and he swears by them. I haven't tried them yet, I just bought a pair of Birkenstocks a few weeks ago and it is the first pair I have been able to wear for 12 hours without having to change shoes or have my feet and legs ache for hours!

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