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£10 off CROCS AT OFFICE (KIDS & ADULTS)

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Just bought a pair of Cayman Crocs Adult and Office are doing £10 off. I'm not sure if it's nationwide (this was in Plymouth, Devon), but makes them a more realistic price. Great timing for the summer… Read More
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9y, 2w agoFound 9 years, 2 weeks ago
Just bought a pair of Cayman Crocs Adult and Office are doing £10 off. I'm not sure if it's nationwide (this was in Plymouth, Devon), but makes them a more realistic price. Great timing for the summer too!
Just checked online and Cayman are 30% off Original Price so £20 now, Georgie 40% off so £20 and Cayman Kids 20% off making them £15.

HOPE IT HELPS SOMEONE!!!
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#1
Good deal for original crocs so voted hot for that.
But you can get very good imitation crocs from Primark now for £3.
#2
Magic_monkey
Good deal for original crocs so voted hot for that.
But you can get very good imitation crocs from Primark now for £3.


Yes the immitation ones are nearly as good, my 3 have ones from woolworths which were only £4 a pair but i got for less as my brother has staff discount
#3
the 99p shop had some the other day!
#4
Thanks guys!:)
#5
they all look terrible don't waste your money and look like a nerd!!!!!!! lol
#6
littlemeglet
they all look terrible don't waste your money and look like a nerd!!!!!!! lol


So true!
#7
P&P is £3.50 but don't forget quidco at 10% :) does anyone know if they sell them instore?
#8
I hate the look of these too. However, would add that the medical profession, who know a thing or two about health and spend all day on their feet, swear by them. Very good for the feet apparently.

Does anyone know if the cheaper versions share the same qualities, or if they would just make your feet sticky and sweaty?
#9
I have 8 pairs of crocs, and one pair of cheap imitation ones. I never intend to put my feet in the cheap ones again, they are horrid... I always feel sorry for kids when i see them running around in cheapo ones...they are a killer..... its the same as most things in my opinion, you get what you pay for..
#10
Aquatic
the 99p shop had some the other day!


Cheaper than Poundland!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :w00t:
#11
Can't make my mind up about these!
#12
they always remind me of those manky little jelly-shoes you used to find us poor kids of the 80s stuck with on holidays.

i'm sure theyre comfy, and this is a cracking deal if theyre your thing, but for me.............nah.
#13
IMO worthless pieces of cheap looking rubber... come on, they look soooooooo dumb!

Can't believe these retailed at about £30 on launch.
#14
As a man looking for a "sandal" type shoe for the hot weather - what would all you Croc haters recommend?

It's probably true that us guys should try to avoid sandals where possible, but wearing trainners in this heat is silly.
#15
http://www.thebestpageintheuniverse.net/c.cgi?u=fashion

I don't yhink Crocs are quite as bad as this . lol ;-)
#16
I have a pair of crocs that I bought for £15 in New York last year and I absolutely swear by them. Really comfortable, easy to clean, much recommended.

£20 is a bargain price
#17
Just in case anyone wants to buy 2 pairs of crocs, littlewoods are £20 a pair, but there is a £15 off orders of £25 or more on here that works for new & old customers so i got 2 pairs for £25 & £1.28 Quidco tracking, so cost me less than £12 a pair :thumbsup:
#18
I wouldn't admit to owning or even wanting a pair, these have to be the most hideous shoes to date. I physically balk when i see whole families in matching pairs. not too bad for kids, but adults should steer clear unless you want the fashion police round at your house!! did anyone se the winter ones with fur lining?:giggle:
#19
I love my crocs lol they are the most comfortable shoes ever. I have the mammoth ones, wore them in rain, snow everything and never got wet. so comfortable!

im tempted to get some more but I think H will kill me lol
#20
Stimpson J Cat
As a man looking for a "sandal" type shoe for the hot weather - what would all you Croc haters recommend?

It's probably true that us guys should try to avoid sandals where possible, but wearing trainners in this heat is silly.


http://www.geox.co.uk/site/conteiner.asp

Breathable trainers with holes in the sole. My daughter is diabetic and 'overheats' on hot days. Her feet are normally wearing Geox or Crocs;-)
#21
For kids they are probably cheaper online here as postage is only £1.95 for orders under £18

http://www.minimoonsailors.co.uk/shop/section.php?xSec=47

Better range of colours as well:roll:
#22
why get the cheap rubbish the proper ones arnt that dear anyway?? fakes stand out a mile
#23
Cheerleader, you must have small feet.

When I checked Littlewoods, only kids sized (i.e. up to size 3) were £20.

4+ cost £29
#24
IRONY (n) (eye-ron-nee)
Definition: People who wear crocs mocking others who wear cheap imitation crocs for 'looking cheap and stupid'.

These are by far the stupidest-looking shoes ever brought onto the market, even more so than those horrendous Ugg boots.

If you have claw feet or hammer toes, then fine, but there'sno need for anyone without serious foot disorders or infections to claim that they wear them 'because they're good for your feet'.
#25
cheerleader
Just in case anyone wants to buy 2 pairs of crocs, littlewoods are £20 a pair, but there is a £15 off orders of £25 or more on here that works for new & old customers so i got 2 pairs for £25 & £1.28 Quidco tracking, so cost me less than £12 a pair :thumbsup:
#26
Anybody know the cheapest item that Littlewoods sell
#27
Sorry, but anyone who dresses their kids with these hideous monstrosities should be locked up. Horrid things.
#28
beanoni
Sorry, but anyone who dresses their kids with these hideous monstrosities should be locked up. Horrid things.


Whilst I wouldn't wear these myself in a million years, I think you're being a bit ott. My 3 year old daugther has a pair of Crocs and she loves them, and I don't think she looks ridiculous or horrid. She has a pair of lightweight comfortable shoes which won't rub, she can easily put on and take off herself and she's more than happy to wear. Much better in my opinion than a pair of sandals where the straps can rub, and she has to use fiddly buckles.
#29
Jazz;2074595
Cheerleader, you must have small feet.

When I checked Littlewoods, only kids sized (i.e. up to size 3) were £20.

4+ cost £29

no, my feet aren't that small got a pair each for my sons who are both under size 1, so this worked out the best deal for younger children or people with small feet :lol:
#30
In ten years time, people will look back on Crocs with the same kind of scorn as they now do on shell suits, which were equally trumpeted as being 'comfy', 'breathable' and 'good value' at the time.

Monstrosities of fashion, I tell thee.
#31
Mine arrived today within 2 days of order. Have thrown out the fake ones - these are brill. Black and green. They are soooooooooo comfortable.
#32
I bought 2 pairs from Office. One pair are fine - the other pair is a real Croc attached to a fake one! Not such a great deal now!
#33
I have Cerebral Palsy, I can't keep flip flops, or other sandal types on, but amazingly I can keep Crocs on, and so very comfortable.

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