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ScrapperKimmyD
11-12-2006, 09:56 PM
Then you need to check these out!

http://www.nofeargear.com/nofear/dept.asp?s%5Fid=0&dept%5Fid=6185&WT%2Esvl=deptnav2&mscssid=C65L2V0A8VCU9KNW1WWD29KMSWTJ27C2 (clicky)

eta: I always have trouble posting a link!

Try this one:

http://www.nofeargear.com/nofear/dept.asp?s%5Fid=0&dept%5Fid=6185&WT%2Esvl=deptnav2&mscssid=C65L2V0A8VCU9KNW1WWD29KMSWTJ27C2


I just ordered some for myself - red with black strap.

Now I'll have happy feet at the happiest place on earth! :cool1:

zandjmom
11-12-2006, 10:30 PM
OMG!!! I've got to get these for my Christmas trip!!! We were there in June and my tennis shoes were killing me so I reluctantly put on my Crocs (I had never worn them with shorts) and my feet were in heaven.

there is no other way to do DL than to wear Crocs. Now I'll be cute, too!

Robindianne
11-12-2006, 11:09 PM
OMG they have adult sizes now! I'm getting some!

abby
11-12-2006, 11:11 PM
Ok, but I am from Oregon and we don't wear shoes with holes in the winter, too much rain...... :rotfl:

Echo queen
11-12-2006, 11:39 PM
Those are so cute :sunny: I want a pair :Pinkbounc I have on my red nile crocs now, love them :dance3:

tlovesdis
11-13-2006, 12:36 AM
Add the Disney name and they add $5 to the price! I still want them though! I already ahve 5 pairs of Crocs!!!!

amw
11-13-2006, 10:47 AM
Anyone know if they'll be selling them near the parks, or at LAX? I think they're going to be available at the airport in Orlando.

I'd rather avoid major shipping fees and duties.

ScrapperKimmyD
11-13-2006, 11:09 AM
I'm hoping I'll find them at DTD. They didn't have the kids sizes available yet, so my DDs don't have them. It'd be great if I could get them some on our trip.

Which is coming up really, really, soon, I might add! :cool1:

stampinshauna
11-13-2006, 11:48 AM
Anyone know if they'll be selling them near the parks, or at LAX? I think they're going to be available at the airport in Orlando.


I've read that they will be available in the parks before they are available in most other places.

ScrapperKimmyD
11-13-2006, 11:51 AM
Cool! I hope they're there when we are!

Although, if I buy them with DH around, he'll know how much I've spent on them. Hmmm...

tyluvsdis
11-13-2006, 05:48 PM
Awesome. We're going in December and I am hoping to pick up a pair at the Park. My only worry is, How much teasing am I going to get from my DH about the buying more Disney merch - :rotfl: - I am a Disney merchandise freak! ( Throw in a pair of Crocs with disney cutouts and I am in heaven!)
:banana:

SilverCeladon
11-13-2006, 06:50 PM
So cute!

marlaymike
11-13-2006, 08:32 PM
Do you know how much time do they get to be shipped? I'm traveling soon to DL and would love to take them!!

eatmypixiedust
11-13-2006, 08:48 PM
I really should buy a pair of crocs. On my last trip I told my older sister I need a new pair of feet! :faint:

eatmypixiedust
11-13-2006, 08:51 PM
Cool! I hope they're there when we are!

Although, if I buy them with DH around, he'll know how much I've spent on them. Hmmm...

Distract him with a churro! ;)

wowsmom
11-13-2006, 09:41 PM
Thanks for posting this info! The link I saw earlier on another board was to a site that only sold kid sizes and my 9 year old is in the mens 4/5! I ordered the black with red strap for him...and the pink with white strap for me. :cool1:

petrymom
11-13-2006, 10:40 PM
I ordered 2 pair of these about a month ago. (preorder) One for me and one for DD. They just charged my CC account on Friday, so I am waiting IMPATIENTLY for them to arrive. I can't wait to wear them for our christmas trip.....

zandjmom
11-18-2006, 09:48 PM
My size was out buy I found them on ebay and got them for $35 including shipping. Can't wait to get them!!

eatmypixiedust
11-18-2006, 10:06 PM
I want to get the light pink ones. Those look cute! :)

MateasMom
11-19-2006, 01:54 AM
Can I be a nerd really quickly and just point out that it's important to watch out on escalators in these shoes. Appearantly there have been a number of accidents. Something about the way the shoe is made (the holes I think) getting caught on the escalator. I saw a sign up at the American Girl place that prohibited people with 'Crocs and like footwear' from riding on the escalators, directing them to the elevator. I asked a sales girl and she said they've had quite a few Crocs stuck in escalators, and while they haven't had any human injuries at AG locations that there have been many cases elsewhere. I thought that was weird, but looked it up and saw that this really was a concern and has happened many, many times (enough so that if I recall correctly Crocs has issued a statement also discouraging escalator use).

Anyways. Today I saw a similar sign at Sears, so I think it may be a legitimate concern. If nothing else, it reminded me that we have to be careful on escalators. Even in 'regular' shoes, look down to make sure everyones shoes are tied and all that jazz.

Anyways. Nerd report over. Back to the Croc talk ( :rotfl2: )

eatmypixiedust
11-19-2006, 05:14 AM
Can I be a nerd really quickly and just point out that it's important to watch out on escalators in these shoes. Appearantly there have been a number of accidents. Something about the way the shoe is made (the holes I think) getting caught on the escalator. I saw a sign up at the American Girl place that prohibited people with 'Crocs and like footwear' from riding on the escalators, directing them to the elevator. I asked a sales girl and she said they've had quite a few Crocs stuck in escalators, and while they haven't had any human injuries at AG locations that there have been many cases elsewhere. I thought that was weird, but looked it up and saw that this really was a concern and has happened many, many times (enough so that if I recall correctly Crocs has issued a statement also discouraging escalator use).

Anyways. Today I saw a similar sign at Sears, so I think it may be a legitimate concern. If nothing else, it reminded me that we have to be careful on escalators. Even in 'regular' shoes, look down to make sure everyones shoes are tied and all that jazz.

Anyways. Nerd report over. Back to the Croc talk ( :rotfl2: )

Thanks for sharing the info. I think everyone should be careful when riding an escalator....no matter what type of shoes one is wearing :thumbsup2

DisGirl819
11-19-2006, 10:53 AM
I ordered my Disney crocs on Tuesday this week. Got them on Friday...wanted them for my trip to DLR on Tuesday next week! They are awesome! crocs.com is also selling them, same price. I paid extra for 2 day shipping so I coudl have them for my DL trip :teeth: My DH thinks I'm a nut, but he puts up with me anyway :love:

Also...I read the problem with crocs or croc-like shoes on escalators is something with the material they are made of and standing too close to the edges (where the furry brush things are by the escalator walls) and the shoes heating up and melting. Keep your feet away from the edges!

zandjmom
11-22-2006, 06:14 PM
My Disney RED Crocs were delivered today. Got them off of Ebay for $35 shipped! They are a little bright but I just LOOOVE them. I won't do DL again w/out my Crocs. They are so comfy....can't wait for Dec 16th!!!

eatmypixiedust
11-22-2006, 06:18 PM
I'm planning to order the pink ones. My boyfriend asked me: "Why would you buy shoes with mickey-shaped holes in them?" :rotfl:

Echo queen
11-23-2006, 12:19 AM
My Disney RED Crocs were delivered today. Got them off of Ebay for $35 shipped! They are a little bright but I just LOOOVE them. I won't do DL again w/out my Crocs. They are so comfy....can't wait for Dec 16th!!!


I will have an eye out for your Red crocs because I will be there too :banana: :banana: :banana: :dance3: Sooooooooo excited.

mAlien13
11-23-2006, 10:16 PM
I have a couple of questions. I've been wanting to try Crocs, I only wear sandals and have heard these are so comfortable. My youngest DS also prefers sandals, but I'm nervous about ordering them online and him not liking the way they feel. Does anyone know the return policy? Does anyone have kids that think these are comfortable shoes?

spazzyjazzy
11-24-2006, 12:34 AM
I have a couple of questions. I've been wanting to try Crocs, I only wear sandals and have heard these are so comfortable. My youngest DS also prefers sandals, but I'm nervous about ordering them online and him not liking the way they feel. Does anyone know the return policy? Does anyone have kids that think these are comfortable shoes?

I absolutely love my Crocs flip flops. It was money so well spent for me. I wore them all through Disneyland and my feet never hurt.