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    Crocs Flip Flops?

    Has anyone tried them? I've been dying to try Crocs...but, since I wear a half size, the regular ones are either too big or too small. With the flip flops, it seems I can get by with half a size too big.


    Are they comfortable? I don't know what the specific name of the kind I am looking at. But, they are black, with a cloth thong.

    Are they good for long walks? I want to get them for our Vegas/Dl trip. Would you recommend them for the park?




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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    LOVE them!! They are the only shoes I can wear for a 12 hour day or longer at Disneyland. Did I mention I LOVE them?? I got my boyfriend hooked on them too. We only wear the flip flops or the canvas santa cruz styles.
    Big Lots sometimes has them for $10.00...seriously!!
    My boyfriend found some last year, and then again about 2 weeks ago.
    Since he almost never goes into Big Lots, they may have them there pretty often!

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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    I bought a pair at DL one day when my old flip flops had a blow out the moment I stepped off the tram. They are very comfortable but they do nothing for making your foot look nice but hey usually comfort means goofy looking! I can wear mine for about 4 hours in the park before my feet start to hurt. I have never really been able to last a full day in DL with my Croc Flip Flops.
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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    I had a "oh gosh!" moment that resulted in Croc flip flops (I didn't get to pack for a camping trip and the only shoes I had was a pair of white nursing shoes....). They work. They're comfy and I wear them around the house. They're ugly, but... I am thinking about getting a pair of Crocs clogs for work.

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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    The are the most uncomfortable flip flops/shoes I own!!! To be fair I think crocs are aimed at peple who have feet on the widr side and mine are very narrow....blisters, rubbing...I hate them!!

    My next flip flops will be tone ups.

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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    i too, am a person with more narrow feet, and i had crocs ballet flats, and they hurt me like heck! they didn't look at all like crocs, but they were rubbing on certain parts, making my feet sweat so much, i finally donated them to some charity and i'm not buying crocs again.
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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    thank you all for your advice.

    I went and bought a pair this afternoon. I have four months till vacation, and I wanted to give them a few wearings to make sure they'd be comfortable and not kill my feet. Being on vacation is NOT the time to find out your shoes make your feet bleed and cry. LOL

    I am hoping they will work. I have very narrow feet also...and since I wear a 7 1/2...I bought an 8. So, they are a tad too big...but, alot more comfortable than the 7's I tried on.

    I also tried on those ballet flats you mention Gummie. Not comfortable at all! The bottoms felt soft...but, they squished my toes and the strap in the back made me worry they'd rub my heel raw.


    So, here's hoping Crocs flip flops work!




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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    Yeah, any of the non sandal crocs rub me the wrong way too. The only other pair I have are the canvas Santa Cruz, and I have the mens style, tho Im a girl. The girl ones REALLY rub, and the mens just look like Vans or something. At Disneyland for me its ONLY crocs flip flops, crocs santa cruz, or Uggs in the winter.

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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    I have a pair of Crocs mary janes that I got at Big Lots last year. They are slightly too small but I only wear them for short periods of time. I would never wear them all day around Disneyland. My all day footwear are Rainbow sandals. I don't know what I'd do without them.


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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    Quote Originally Posted by GummiBears_Rock View Post
    i too, am a person with more narrow feet, and i had crocs ballet flats, and they hurt me like heck! they didn't look at all like crocs, but they were rubbing on certain parts, making my feet sweat so much, i finally donated them to some charity and i'm not buying crocs again.
    Same here. My heel was slipping out of them, rubbing my heel raw, blisters, uncomfortable, etc.
    It's the main reason I can't wear crocs. My feet are too narrow and those give me blisters. I just wear my Fit Flops all the time. Uber comfy! (but uber expensive, too).
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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    They are the UGLIEST things I've seen, since the UGG Boots.
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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    Regular Crocs are freaking hiddeous and you could not pay me enough to wear a pair. But I think the flip-flops aren't that bad looking. But I have narrow feet, so they don't fit me. I'll stick with my trusty Nike flip-flops.

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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    I have 7 pairs of the regular Crocs! My foot dr says they are good for my heels! I did buy a pair of the flip flop one....they hurt my feet!

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    Re: Crocs Flip Flops?

    I decided to wear mine Saturday to the zoo...to see how they would do.


    They were really comfortable! The thong part is velvety material, so it didn't rub my toes raw...and the soles were so nice and cushy. I really liked them.

    So, I went home, took them off, and shoved them in my closet...to be saved for my DL trip. LOL




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