Jumat, 19 November 2010

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Womens Cleo II Slingback Espresso

Womens Cleo II Slingback Espresso

I bought the black pair in a size 9 and I wear a size 9 tennis shoe. The crocs fit fine, no overhanging toes or heel, and not too loose or wide. I usually try to find shoes that are a little bit wide because I have a Morton's Neuroma in my left foot and if a shoe is too narrow it causes excruciating pain. These sandals are the perfect width, just wide enough so there's no discomfort, but not so wide that it looks like a flipper. I tried wearing the strap on the back of my heel like a slingback sandal, but the strap kept slipping down. So now I'm wearing the strap over the top of my foot and the shoes stay on just fine. The straps across my toes were kind of snug at first, but after pulling on them and stretching them by hand they feel better. I usually have foot and heel pain if I wear sandals that don't have support and I'm limping by the end of the day, so I usually have to forego the sandals and just wear tennis shoes. I'm hoping these will be my sandals for the summer. So far so good (3 hours and counting). Also, per someone's suggestion, if your crocs are a little too snug, put them in the dryer for 10-15 minutes (just long enough for the dryer to warm up and get the shoes semi warm) and then you can either stuff socks or something in them to stretch them out while they cool off or you can put socks on your feet and wear the sandals for about 30 minutes until they cool off and reshape. I tried this on another pair of crocs that I have and it worked like a charm. Now I can wear them and they're comfortable. So I imagine you can do this with any type of crocs you buy. Hope this review helps!

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8 komentar:

  1. I live on Kauai in the Hawaiian islands. Crocs are great because we get a lot of rain and I travel the island for my work. Mud is everywhere at times. Once a week I throw all of the crocs that I've worn that week (I have 10 pair to choose from) into my washing machine on the gentle cycle and then let them air dry. Clean shoes with very little effort.

    BalasHapus
  2. I bought these sandals to take on backpacking trips, as a comfortable lightweight camp shoe to wear in th evenings. I am very satisfied. These sandals are very comfortable. They are so easy to slip on. I think the style is attractive and modern. The footbed is slightly too wide for my narrow feed, but it doesn't cause any discomfort. i did feel some slight rubbing on my little toe for the first few days but that is pretty normal for me with new footwear.

    i am normally a size 7.5 and bought these in 8, which fits well.

    BalasHapus
  3. Curtis Chandler27 Oktober 2012 12.32

    love this sandal, very comfortable, yes i would recommend to all my friends, love. love, love. very good for summer.

    BalasHapus
  4. I got the aqua/buttercup and the berry/ultraviolet ones.
    I was worried about the size since I am 8.5 I had to go up to a 9. They are a little big but overall,comfy to wear, fun to look at and most of all, I am not allergic to them!!! I have a latex allergy that makes finding summer sandals next to impossible. Good price, quick shipping and no breaking in period needed.

    BalasHapus
  5. What a great sandal, like walking on air! I have several pairs in different colors. The back strap can be worn in front over the arch or behind the heal. Both positions give a firm hold without hurting sensitive nerves.

    BalasHapus
  6. On this trip, I wore these shoes.
    This shoes is comfortable, so i was feel in good mood.
    Thanks. ^^

    BalasHapus
  7. Fernando Fleming19 November 2013 14.32

    I bought the black pair in a size 9 and I wear a size 9 tennis shoe. The crocs fit fine, no overhanging toes or heel, and not too loose or wide. I usually try to find shoes that are a little bit wide because I have a Morton's Neuroma in my left foot and if a shoe is too narrow it causes excruciating pain. These sandals are the perfect width, just wide enough so there's no discomfort, but not so wide that it looks like a flipper. I tried wearing the strap on the back of my heel like a slingback sandal, but the strap kept slipping down. So now I'm wearing the strap over the top of my foot and the shoes stay on just fine. The straps across my toes were kind of snug at first, but after pulling on them and stretching them by hand they feel better. I usually have foot and heel pain if I wear sandals that don't have support and I'm limping by the end of the day, so I usually have to forego the sandals and just wear tennis shoes. I'm hoping these will be my sandals for the summer. So far so good (3 hours and counting). Also, per someone's suggestion, if your crocs are a little too snug, put them in the dryer for 10-15 minutes (just long enough for the dryer to warm up and get the shoes semi warm) and then you can either stuff socks or something in them to stretch them out while they cool off or you can put socks on your feet and wear the sandals for about 30 minutes until they cool off and reshape. I tried this on another pair of crocs that I have and it worked like a charm. Now I can wear them and they're comfortable. So I imagine you can do this with any type of crocs you buy. Hope this review helps!

    BalasHapus