View Full Version : New Croc Scutes
06-02-2006, 07:59 PM
Anyone try these yet? Saw them on www.nofeargear.com. I think I would like these since there's nothing between your toes. I was wondering if they slip off your feet when walking. They look like they would be comfortable. I might have to get them for my August trip. Opinions, please. Thanks!!! :wave2:
06-03-2006, 08:28 AM
I would really like to try these, but apparently they are not yet made in the women's smaller to average sizes. I went directly to the Crocs website and they simply are not available. I hope they are made available soon. I'd like to try a pair for my trip in Sept., but can't until they make them in my size.
There was some discussion about these a couple of weeks ago. You can read it here http://www.disboards.com/showthread.php?t=1115423&highlight=scutes
06-03-2006, 08:48 AM
I would be afraid they would fall off my feet! But they look more attractive and comfortable than the normal crocs. But they are rubber, which leads to painful burns if you put them on too fast on a hot day, or really slippery when its wet
06-03-2006, 01:22 PM
MY DH just got them and does not like them at all. His feet keep moving to the side and I think after walking all day in them he might get a blister at the side of his feet where the shoe meets the top. Maybe if his feet were a little fatter it would be ok but them just seem too big and does not stay on properly (not like the original I have). I would stick with the beach.
06-04-2006, 05:00 PM
how CUTE are the little dealybobbers you can put in the holes in the tops of crocs?! I love that!!! I still think they are just hideously ugly shoes, but I love it when you can personalize your kicks!!! :cool1:
06-05-2006, 06:44 AM
the "dealybobbers" or jibbitz for crocs are a croc! We bought a handful of them for my dd4 to put in her crocs this past spring. They lasted a total of 1 hour before the first one popped off. We scrambled around the floor looking for it and put it back on...and hour later, off popped another. By the end of the week, they were all gone. They simply could not withstand the normal playing of a typical four year old girl (climbing, bike riding, etc). They are cute, but at 2.00 a jibbitz, I wouldn't buy them again.
Finally a Croc I might wear! But unfortunatly it looks like they only have the dark colors left.... I wanted pink :guilty: Anybody try them yet? I wear my Birkenstocks all over the place and they don't fall off.
06-05-2006, 08:47 PM
I got mine there and love them, especially at $8.88 :cool1:
Walmart has pink, white, black, khaki and dark blue in adults and had all colors for the kids except white (at least at my Walmart)...for the price you may want to check out Walmart :banana:
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