https://amzn.to/3nI4om5 – Crocs Unisex Bistro Batali Edition Clog
Crocs Unisex Bistro Batali Edition Clog
ALL DAY. I dont have to think about my feet/shoes anymore…i wear them everywhere – work, beach, garden, with the dogs, weddings, funerals, sxsw, on stage, in the kitchen.
then they go in the dishwasher – problem solved. be aware sweat and stink can be an issue because they dont breathe, but who cares – just clean em.
they are like the inverse of the shoes with toes and people WILL talk, but I dont hear em tho, cause my feet be singing Hallelujah too loud!!!!!
at the wedding/funeral i told my family this is medical equipment and that they may as well be giving me sideways eyes about my wheelchair or crutches
I have never owned a pair crocs before and I can honestly say I love them. They are very comfortable and I love the bright orange color too. I usually wear a 9.5 to 10 in mens sneakers and I ordered a 10 in these.
They were a tad too big, but the little extra room doesnt bother me. I know these crocs are meant for cooks, but Im a CNA and they worked well for me tonight.
After my 8 hour shift I did not have any leg or feet pain. I also have flat feet which sometimes can be challenging to find a good pair of shoes that will last me at least 6 months.
I chose the crocs with no holes because I give many showers and the water usually ruins my sneakers. The floor was sticky today and the crocs made a weird noise, but thats the only negative thing I can say!
I am a large person that works 8+ hours on his flat feet. I was always coming home with painful feet no matter what shoes I would wear then I bought these.
Now this is the first time that I purchased Crocs and they arent the nicest fashion statement but I will admit that my feet feel much better at the end of the day.
I wear a size 12 shoe so ordered size 12 Crocs when they arrived the fit seems to be pretty loose but since I never wore these type of shoes before not sure if that is normal or not.
The none slip sole works very well and the cushion your feet get while walking is much better then some of the more expensive shoes on the market I would suggest that if you are having issues with foot pain give these a try.
Ive been a cook for years and have worn many restaurant styled shoes. These are my favorite by far. They are very comfortable. They are wide and roomy, yet they hug your heel so they dont feel loose when you walk.
This is a must if you are standing and walking around for 8+ hours. They are also very slip resistant. The tread is great and hugs the floor when its wet or oily, some of the best grip Ive found.
They also dont have any holes, which kind of sucks because they get hot, but is crucial because it will protect you from hot liquids or knife drops. Yes, they look like crocs and everybody wants to hate.
Get over it because crocs makes the best kitchen shoe you can get.
I bought a 6M hoping they would fit me, a women, like the other Crocs (6M/8W). These are sized just slightly smaller than the unisex sizing. I usually wear an 8 1/2 in other shoes but for the Crocs room fit shoes a 6M/8W fit great.
This are a little snugger but still plenty of room to even wear a pair of socks if needed. I bought this for my new job, Head Cook at a school. I love the non-skid soles.
They are just as comfortable if not more comfortable than my Classic Crocs. I havent gotten to wear then much, so I can speak of their durability if they are like any of my other Crocs, they should last me quite a while.
The non-skid soles are thick as well. The tops do seen to be thicker than most of the closed toed Crocs Ive had in the past. If your job doesnt restrict you from wearing clog style shoes, I would certainly buy a pair of these.
My crosstrail crocs had worn out, they became very thin on the base and started to be a bit slippery in the kitchen, they were still very comfortable but I needed a new pair.
In my search for a replacement, having been converted to crocs in the kitchen, I came across the bistro Mario Batali, I was a bit concerned that they might be a bit hot not having the ventilation of my previous pair but this has not been an issue, they are firm enough to stay on nicely but also not so tight that they wont allow a bit of air to circulate in and out of the shoe.
The grip on the slipery floor is better than the crosstrail crocs, but the sole pad does pick up some dirt from the floor of the kitchen, they are easily cleaned with the fine hot water hose at th…