Crocs Kids Sandals for £5 - Deal of the Day @ Sports Direct - HotUKDeals
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Crocs Kids Sandals for £5 - Deal of the Day @ Sports Direct

P&P £3.99 - but various codes at the bottom of the page for 10% off etc - cheap for official crocs - especially if you are after a few pairs

Various colours and sizes available
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#1
Great Deal, Thanks. My Sister And I Shared Order (and Delivery Costs) So A Real Bargain - Thanks!
#2
good deal shame there are none in my boys sizes :(
#3
picked some up for £2 instore at the weekend....
#4
pav
picked some up for £2 instore at the weekend....


wow-real Croc ones - thats was a bargain!
#5
cheap
#6
anyone know if they will doing this price instore as well? thanks :)
#7
cheerleader;8786583
anyone know if they will doing this price instore as well? thanks :)

Don't think they are instore at this price, usually DOTD is only online. I may be corrected soon though :whistling:
#8
It is instore too, though smaller branches can carry very limited stock!
#9
Saw these on offer instore on Sunday - Not many sizes and they were £10 for the official crocs. The cheapo versions were £4.
#10
good price. Heat added
#11
Great price, shame there's none in my boys sizes.
1 Like #12
I think anyone making there kids wear these monstrosities should be strung up. They are without doubt the most hideous shoe ever made. :p
#13
Smaybelline
Saw these on offer instore on Sunday - Not many sizes and they were £10 for the official crocs. The cheapo versions were £4.


+1 Got back about an hour ago & yes the official crocs for children are £10.00 & adults between £10-£15 :thumbsup:
1 Like #14
SpenJC
I think anyone making there kids wear these monstrosities should be strung up. They are without doubt the most hideous shoe ever made. :p


I agree,how cruel:w00t:
banned#15
i agree to, my son went on holiday with his dad 2 years ago and guess what he came home in, yes these, and he lives in them, much to my disgust, i hate the bleedin things, but he loves them
#16
I think on adults they are vile because they are so big and bulky. But on kids they're okay because they are not too big. We are buying these purely for holiday, when we are snorkelling these are ideal for the kids to wear.
banned#17
if they had done them in a decent colour i would have got him a new pair, cause his are 2 yrs old, i dont like them, but he does and says they are really comfy, and agree they look even worserer (no such word) on adults
1 Like #18
disgusting things
#19
kurv
disgusting things


haha, yes horrible, didn't realise people were still wearing them.

I think they look very clumsy and ugly on little feet. They're just big chunks of plastic. Total con imo
:x
#20
Kids don't seem to wear them here,i can't imagine my nephew whose nearly 7 wearing them,i doubt ya'd get a pair near him lol
#21
Thanks. I'm only a size 3, so plenty of choice of colours. I use them to do gardening and as slippers around the house. I have quite wide feet and I'm 6 and a half months pregnant. They are very comfy! 10% off code worked fine too. Rep and heat added.
#22
got 2 pairs instore for my daughter-got told they are in sizes 10-3 hope this helps.paid £5 per pair, loads of colours there:pink, purple, orange, khaki, blue ,yellow and more!!
#23
All 3 of my children live in these through the summer, my 2 year old boy, 7 year old boy and 9 year old girl. They are so easy to slip on and off and are perfect for the beach, garden etc. Bargain price if you can get them in the size you want for £5! heat added
#24
Thank you very much, daughter just grown out of her last pair so needed a new [air for the summer!

We live in them and both love them!
#25
If you want only one pair but don't want to pay almost £4.00 in postage charges, check out TK Maxx. A lot of their stores are stocking children's Crocs, with prices starting at £5.99.
#26
good price if you like them but I have to agree they look so ugly.
If you look at these Birenstock clogs and Uggs.
I think someone involved in shoe wholesale is having a laugh seeing the most hidious shoes they can get the general public to wear beacuse they are fashionable.

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