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- Classic clog shoe featuring drainage ports at vamp and large logo indention at side
- Convertible backstrap
- Advanced toe box ventilation
- Croslite massaging footbed
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Lately, I noticed as I placed the shoes on my feet each week that they were getting harder and harder to slide on my feet. I was finally forcing my feet into the toe box just to get them on. I worried that I was retaining water in my feet, possibly a sign of heart issues...turns out, all I needed was a new pair. The shoes, left outside day after day, will slowly shrink. My old and new shoes, side-by-side, show the old to be easily one size smaller than it first was, maybe two sizes. The new shoes, by contrast, are roomy and comfortable.
[In the attached photo, the shoe on the left is the "old" shoe, the one on the right is the one just delivered, and BOTH are size 11]
The moral to the story is to care for your Crocs, don't leave them outside for days on end. Otherwise, they may begin to get snug on you, too.
This is ridiculous. The whole point of having outdoor clogs is so they can be left outside, especially after working in the yard and they are covered with dirt and mud, Last time I will be purchasing Crocs. Unless you want to wear these indoors, stay away; check out other brands that don't shrink!
All the different Crocs style may look similar but in fact are different from each other in many ways, using Specialist versus Baya as example:
1. The firmness of the material (some are most definitely softer than others, BAYA is softer than SPECIALIST - neither is "better," just different; I like both in different ways, comfort vs support). I don't know if the company plans it this way, or it's due to manufacturer variation, but there is definitely a difference.
2. The amount of venting (SPECIALIST has none, SPECIALIST VENT has 3 on the side, BAYA has multiple on side and on top). Non venting is hotter to wear, but for example is better if you are wearing for gardening so water and debris don't get inside the shoes.
3. How high the rear of the Crocs rise (SPECIALIST more than BAYA).
4. How thick the sole (SPECIALIST slightly more than BAYA, which is among thinnest of all Crocs).
5. The little tiny knobs on surface of sole that tickle your feet: SPECIALIST more easily felt and firmer than BAYA; neither is horrible especially if you wear socks.
6. How awkward "ugly Crocs" like they look. This may not be important to you but it is for me - this is strictly personal taste/preference. At any rate, the Specialist is the sleekest, most normal looking (non Crocs like) of all the Crocs - just from the way it's built. The Baya comes in second. BTW I bought Baya in the POOL color for fun and people can't stop commenting on it LOL. Nearly all love its errr "refreshing" color tone; kidding aside people love it.