https://amzn.to/2LozaUa – Crocs Unisex-Adult Bistro Graphic Clog Slip Resistant Work Shoes
Crocs Unisex-Adult Bistro Graphic Clog Slip Resistant Work Shoes
I ordered 2 different styles after finally figuring out that one should order a size larger than usual. I wear an 8W/6M. BOTH pairs in the photos are 9W/7M.
The navy pair (the dirty ones) are too small. The black pair are a bit large, but too big is better than too small!
I don’t know why I waited years to buy an actual pair of crocs. So comfy and stylish now that you can pick an array of patterns and graphics
I work in a production kitchen. We also make hand fries. So needless to say there is a lot of grease and water on the floor. I was afraid after getting fries smashed in the soles that they wouldnt work as non slips.
I was wrong they work great. I can almost run on the line now. Which is something I never would have considered. We all slide everywhere. Now I can actually walk!
I am so glad I got these. Super light weight. I normally wear a size 11 in W. Which is also M9. They are roomy in the front of the foot. I like that since there are no air holes, my feet can still breathe.
Consequently I need the heel straps. Ugly or not, no one is looking at my feet, they work! Me likey!
These crocs run a little big so you should buy 1 size down. I work in a kitchen and these really reduce the fatigue on your feet. Ive had my current pair for two years and theyre still going strong.
The last pair I had worked great until I left it in my car on a hot day and they shrank and completely deformed. The non slip works great unless you get the bottom gunked up with a bunch of flour.
The shoe material doesnt give much airflow so the shoes can begin to smell after a short time. Cleaning it with rubbing alcohol or baking soda and water seem to keep the smell away though.
Pros: extremely comfortable easy to slip on and off eases feet fatigue nonslip works great easy to clean Cons: lack of airflow no ankle support will shrink and deform if you leave in your car size runs a bit large
Another reviewer said it best, but I hate these shoes so I’m giving them five stars. They’re crocs so they’re about as ugly of a shoe as it gets.
I work in a greenhouse and my coworkers love to make fun of them. My coworkers also complain of hot feet in the summer and wet feet year round; many of them keep extra shoes at work.
They also slip and slide on wet floors. I have none of those problems with these shoes. They’re built like tanks and the non-slip treads are the perfect solution to wet floors in the greenhouse.
I’m on my second pair after finally wearing the treads off my first pair with a year and a half of almost daily use. As for shoe size, they tend follow the ski boot rule more than the sneaker rule.
You don’t want wiggle room in a ski boot… ever so you get them at your actual foot size instead of the comfortable, roomier sneaker size. Measure your foot and order based on your actual foot size with a little wiggle room.
For example, my ski boots are men’s size 8, my crocs are 9, and my sneakers are 10.
Crocs fit weird. I normally wear a mens US size 9 or 9.5 in most shoes. With a regular, generic Crocs shoe I wear a Mens 8 Womens 10, and it is roomy.
I got the Crocs Bistro in Mens 8 Womens 10 and it fits much more like a normal shoe. Im happy with the fit as it is a little more snug even with socks, but it is definitely smaller than the normal Crocs model.
Overall, it feels less like a big rubber oversized clog and more like a regular shoe. That aside, I love this shoe. The non-slip bottom is really effective, much more so than the normal Crocs.
I do not have sweaty feet, so the lack of holes is not an issue for me, even with thick socks— though I can see how this would affect people differently.
The nubs on the footbed feel a little less prominent than on the regular Crocs, but it doesnt make much difference. Comfort-wise? 9 out of 10. I do not have any weird foot issues, and I can wear these all day and feel great.
Theres probably some other shoes on the market that can compare, but these are less than 40 bucks on Amazon, and Id just as soon replace them a couple times a year than pay over 100 bucks for a single pair of work shoes.
Looks-wise? You are wearing rubber clogs. Again, they are a little lower profile than normal Crocs, and the lack of holes makes them even less obnoxious.
But I dont wear them for fashion statements. If you need a very slip-resistant waterproof shoe that…