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I've noticed that there seem to be one or two Croc fans on here... :)

 

I'd love a pair - I know a few people with them and they seem great, and REALLY light.

BUT I've got very narrow and thin feet, so when I tried a pair on, I could fit two or three fingers (one above the other) in between the top of my foot and the Croc.

They were Caymens, which I think are meant to be the narrow ones.

Does anyone else have Crocs that fit similarly loosely, and is it a problem?

 

Thanks!

 

p.s. obviously I'd need to get green ones

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I have really narrow feet too and usually struggle to buy shoes that don't look like boats!

 

My brother bought me Caymens and Mary Janes from America as a gift, the Caymens are big around my feet but I think that is part of the crocs 'look' and I don't have any problems walking in them, although I think they look too big if I wear a skirt but fine for shorts and trousers but perhaps that is a personal thing.

 

I think the Mary Janes are narrower but are the traditional crocs and less practical if you're using them 'outdoors' rather than 'about town'.

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Don't want to put you off, but apparently crocs are struggling with the demand at the moment.

 

I ordered some Mary Janes from Jelly Egg (eons ago :( ) and they called me today to say that Crocs aren't delivering, they had 18,000 pairs of shoes on order, and none have come :shock: it seems like they are really struggling to get orders out.

 

ive been to a couple of shops in town, who cant get specific orders either.

 

try some on in a shop and buy them if they fit - or not if they dont, you may struggle to get them if you order them of the net.

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My Mum wants a pair of Black Georgie Boots......at last the power of the croc has got her :D:D

 

Can't find a pair anywhere :anxious: :anxious:..............so she's borrowed my red Georgies to wear to the Hampton Court Flower Show tomorrow 8)8)8) Couldn't persuade her to wear either my pink pair ( yes I have 2 pairs) :roll::roll: or Charlie's yellow pair.

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I have narrow and thin feet also but you soon get used to the croc fit 8) Brantano (sp?) now sell crocs. I brought my son (who will be two the end of august) a blue pair of caymans, they are sooo cute :oops:

 

I have a two and a half year old son and a 7 year old daughter. I was looking on the Crocs site the other day and decided that I am going to get all three of us a pair of crocs. (Just wish they were a little cheaper as it's going to cost £70 for all three :shock: )

OH is not very happy. He does not want Liam to have a pair as he says that they are girls shoes and there's no way that I am ALLOWED to get him some!!!!!!

 

So, three pairs it is then! :lol:

Might get Liam some pink ones as pink is his favourite colour!! :wink:

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OH is not very happy. He does not want Liam to have a pair as he says that they are girls shoes and there's no way that I am ALLOWED to get him some!!!!!!

 

Good for you. :lol: A person after my own heart. I have never understood or done the "not allowed" thing. After all this is the 21st century!!

 

And I'm sure Liam will look great in pink.

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I would definately go for Mary Janes for narrower feet.

 

As for wearing them in the rain, provided its not cold i prefer to wear Crocs when its raining as i hate it when my socks/shoes get wet.

 

I first got Crocs for the comfort factor, though now i have to collect all the colours i can!

 

Georgie wellies are fab and were, in fact, my first Crocs, bought specially for cleaning out the chickens. I got my normal shoe size, 6, which fits me fine, even though one foot is a 6 1/2.

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My Crocs wellies are a size 6 - my Crocs are all size 5 which is my usual size.

 

Ditto to that!

 

I like to have a bit of room for some warm socks in winter.

 

 

See Lesley, even our shoe sizes are the same. I'm sure we were separated at birth! :lol:

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I have narrow and thin feet also but you soon get used to the croc fit 8) Brantano (sp?) now sell crocs. I brought my son (who will be two the end of august) a blue pair of caymans, they are sooo cute :oops:

 

I have a two and a half year old son and a 7 year old daughter. I was looking on the Crocs site the other day and decided that I am going to get all three of us a pair of crocs. (Just wish they were a little cheaper as it's going to cost £70 for all three :shock: )

OH is not very happy. He does not want Liam to have a pair as he says that they are girls shoes and there's no way that I am ALLOWED to get him some!!!!!!

 

So, three pairs it is then! :lol:

Might get Liam some pink ones as pink is his favourite colour!! :wink:

 

All five of us have crocs 8) This is my croc family :oops:

 

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These belong to my boys :roll: (OH & son)

 

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