Crocs

Recently, on my trip to Florida my brother Robert introduced me to Crocs. At first I thought he was feeding me a load of croc! His wife Allyn had just had leg surgery, her job requires her to stand for up to eight hours a day. After she purchased a pair of Crocs, she said that lots of her foot, leg, and back pain have disapppeared. She now has several pairs in all different colors to match her daily work wardrobe.

So off to the store to buy my first pair. I am an adult diabetic and foot problems are part of the deal it seems with diabetics. I wore them all day on the Saturday I purchased them and then wore them to church on Sunday, and all day on my return flight from Orlando to Seattle on Monday. They are so comfortable, I hate to take them off, really! Below is some information about these shoes. Oh, BTW, there are two other members of my family that have purchased a pair.



Crocs Cayman - Black

Cayman is a slimmed down version of the original Crocs. Perfect, airy, warm weather design that comes in full sizes and is made with croslite PCCR material. Slip-resistant and non-marking soles. Crocs are designed to fit loosely. The wide, roomy footbed may feel large at first, however this is one of the key reasons your Crocs are so comfortable. To adjust the fit, simply stretch the back of the heel strap slowly until it retains the desired length. Anti-microbial and odor resistant. Crocs will respond to body heat by molding to fit your feet. Available Colors: Army, Burgundy, Celery, Cotton Candy, Lavender, Pearl White, Sea Foam, Kelly Green, Ruby Red, Black, Chocolate, Light Blue, Lime, Navy, Pink, Purple, Red, Khaki, Orange, Sage, Sea Blue, Butter, Turquoise.


Your can purchase Crocs Cayman here!



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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

Robert Pooley July 31, 2007 at 5:11 pm

Just out of curiousity… I’m in Florida… where are you from?

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drwinn September 11, 2007 at 6:50 am

Robert,

I’m am originally from Apopka, FL.

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Bruce Rowe September 24, 2007 at 7:54 pm

Wasn’t that when Orlando was a suburb of Apopka? Somewhere near Plant City?
BTW, what took you so long to discover Crocs??

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drwinn October 5, 2007 at 6:32 pm

Bruce,

So folks get slower and wiser with age. 🙂

Winn

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