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CROCS - Ranging from £6 - £15.00 at sportsdirect!

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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
I saw this instore and thought it was a great deal - All Crocs going for £15 or below, I saw one pair going for £6!

Checked online and it's available but limited sizes it seems (ok for those with big feet!).

If you live near the Bracknell store then there are absolutely tons in different sizes, colours and styles!

Hope it helps someone :)
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#1
These are so 2007
#2
smitsel
These are so 2007


A lot of people still wear them and I think voting them cold for that reason is a bit silly :roll:
#3
smitsel
These are so 2007


I didn't realise they were a fashion statement personally, just think Crocs Clogs look like cack and everyone and their mother wears them in 2009, unless its just down Cornwall where we were holidaying last week....everyone and their mother was wearing them down there, disgusting looking pieces of footwear are Croc Clogs and the spurious amounts of cheap imatations.
#4
I think i'm going to give up on posting deals - I realise these arn't to everyones taste but you'd be hard pushed finding them cheaper.
#5
Thats all they are worth (£6), some fools were paying £34.99 for these last year in the fashion boutiques.
#6
[COLOR="Navy"]I couldn't give a flying **** what these look like, but I've voted hot for their functionality.

I have a pair which I use instead of slippers at home, and can wear on the beach (or in the mud at Le Mans) and they just rinse off under a tap afterwards.

My wife works in a hospital, where many of the staff are on their feet all day, and a lot of them wear Crocs because they are comfortable.

I've tried the cheaper knock-off versions, and they just are not as good as the genuine article.[/COLOR]
#7
Tom Pickering
Thats all they are worth (£6), some fools were paying £34.99 for these last year in the fashion boutiques.


And last year was 2008!
#8
BealBocht
[COLOR="Navy"]I couldn't give a flying **** what these look like, but I've voted hot for their functionality.

I have a pair which I use instead of slippers at home, and can wear on the beach (or in the mud at Le Mans) and they just rinse off under a tap afterwards.

My wife works in a hospital, where many of the staff are on their feet all day, and a lot of them wear Crocs because they are comfortable.

I've tried the cheaper knock-off versions, and they just are not as good as the genuine article.[/COLOR]


Thanks for restoring my faith in hukd - I can't believe people are voting cold because they don't like the style of them :thinking:
#9
I personally don't understand what makes the clog style that everyone seems to wear like sheep more appealing than some of the other Crocs shoes they do, there are some far more stylish in my opinion shoes on the Crocs website than these ugly clogs that are equally if not more practical.

http://www.crocs.com/
#10
cicobuff
I personally don't understand what makes the clog style that everyone seems to wear like sheep more appealing than some of the other Crocs shoes they do, there are some far more stylish in my opinion shoes on the Crocs website than these ugly clogs that are equally if not more practical.

http://www.crocs.com/


Some of the styles on that website are included in the deal, like the flip flops for example - it's not just the clogs they are selling.
#11
Not sure about the product, but in my opinion, this store is the worst in england.....................poor customer servce & 16 year old kids working for peanuts.
#12
Moofin
Some of the styles on that website are included in the deal, like the flip flops for example - it's not just the clogs they are selling.


Thats great, will have to check out to see what they have :thumbsup:
#13
Great my 2 year old loves his. Ideal for playing!!!
#14
these are good for kids, even just for in and out of the garden etc. i personally dont like them, but still a hot deal! just a word of warning though: I ordered a pair of size 7 from this site for my sister. when delivered they said size 7 on bottom so i didnt think anything more of it. come my sister birthday and they were a US size 7 not UK. took them back to shop with invoice and staff said they could exchange but as i had a discount online i would have to pay difference instore for exactly the same shoe in the size i wanted! so tried taking back without invoice and they told me they could do anything without reciept even though they were clearly their product with their tags on. have now sent them back to the online place and have to now wait up to 21 days for a decision on refund or exchange.
so if it is a ladies size and it says size 9 or something is available then it is listed in US sizes. you need to order 2 sizes bigger to get uk size! :)
#15
Look funny, but really comfy. Hot from me, though I would never wear them:thumbsup:
#16
Voted Hot from me. Our family live in them! An no we are not interbred or anything, there just comfy!
#17
I love crocs, if I lived in a warm climate all year I would never wear anything else. I can't stand the thought of closed in shoes and boots through the winter - owwww!
#18
1. This deal has already been posted... http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/434187/crocs-15-or-less-sportsdirect/

2. i can only assume the people who are slagging Crocs off, have never suffered from ill fitting, impractical leisure footwear!! I don't think anyone would deny how odd they look, but they are functional but more importantly INCREDIBLY comfortable!!:p
#19
They are 99p in the 99p shop!
#20
Great, voted hot, thanks :-)
#21
BealBocht
[COLOR="Navy"]I couldn't give a flying **** what these look like, but I've voted hot for their functionality.

I have a pair which I use instead of slippers at home, and can wear on the beach (or in the mud at Le Mans) and they just rinse off under a tap afterwards.

My wife works in a hospital, where many of the staff are on their feet all day, and a lot of them wear Crocs because they are comfortable.

I've tried the cheaper knock-off versions, and they just are not as good as the genuine article.[/COLOR]



couldnt agree more, you`ll never satisfy some people, just cuz you dont like them, dont mean jack, i wonder what people think about you? and what you wear lol.


i have a pair, great slippers, and great for the beach!!!
#22
hussaifa
They are 99p in the 99p shop!


:w00t: What - genuine Crocs? I would think not? Having made the mistake of buying what i thought was a generic product - they were nearly crippling. Cheaper immitations are a false economy
#23
cicobuff
I personally don't understand what makes the clog style that everyone seems to wear like sheep more appealing than some of the other Crocs shoes they do, there are some far more stylish in my opinion shoes on the Crocs website than these ugly clogs that are equally if not more practical.

http://www.crocs.com/




some people dont just buy them for the `style` what about practicality, go back to your cosmo magazine..........................:whistling:
#24
smitsel
These are so 2007

Indeed my first pair from 2007 are still going strong and really, really comfy.

YOU MUG
#25
IF u live near Bracknell like I guess Moofin does, they have Crocs for kids for £8 a pair in the garden centre on the London Road (upto about a size 4)

Don't know the name, but if u come off the A322 coming from Bracknell, to get on the A30 London Road, its the one opposite the 1st roundabout u come to

I was in there on Thursday

HTH
#26
oliverreed
Indeed my first pair from 2007 are still going strong and really, really comfy.

YOU MUG


Get a life
#27
smitsel
Get a life


Really, coming from you?

First time on a forum? Shhh! - let the adults speak, you might learn something.

Yes, offer an opinion on something you know something about, however read and benefit from other people's experiences who have tried the product out.
#28
I have a pair of the suede light brown ones and have lived in them all summer and they still look new. I've seen some of the new range coming out for next summer and there are some great-looking new styles, especially for kids.
#29
as with most things, its personal opinion. I wear them as slippers around the house and they are so comfortable. :thumbsup:
#30
jelli89
:w00t: What - genuine Crocs? I would think not? Having made the mistake of buying what i thought was a generic product - they were nearly crippling. Cheaper immitations are a false economy


In the day and age where 'value' and 'basics' ranges are taking precedence over branded items in grocery I would think yes!

No of course the 99p shop ones are not actually 'Crocs' - but are as comfortable and last as good. Kitted the whole family out for 2 pairs each for a tenner - a year gone and 3 of the shoes have gone. Crocs - yeah £15 each - or £6 - times ten would not compare I am sorry.

Sure - when it comes to proper footwear - only buy Clarks / Nike etc - but Crocs - come on..
#31
Voted hot because it is a good deal (and to annoy the whining faux-fashionista muppets).
#32
dont wanna get sucked into the debates going on here, but like the poster said, you will be hard pushed to beat this price for crocs - voted hot
#33
thecheekymonkey
some people dont just buy them for the `style` what about practicality, go back to your cosmo magazine..........................:whistling:


Well seems like they are all copying the same clog style Crocs, lets face it all you see people wearing is either official Crocs Clogs, or imitations of the Crocs Clogs style...so my point is people do buy them for the "Style" like sheep....there are plenty of other designs of equally comfortable wearing practical shoes, including others within the Crocs range..nothing to do with Cosmopoliton, personally I think Crocs Clogs styling look ridiculous (and my wife wears them!) :roll:

I think people did/do buy them for the style like sheep by the way http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/07/15/AR2009071503672.html?g=0
#34
[SIZE="2"]Voted hot by me too. In my own experience, genuine Crocs are a lot more comfortable than the rip-offs.

I don't give a toss about fashion but I do give a toss about my feet. I've "lived" in my Crocs for 2 years now - Caymans when it's warm enough and Mammoths when cold - and they are the most comfortable shoes that I have ever worn. Bought my first pairs when they were £30 and would willingly spend the same again if I had to.

My feet (and I) love them - no aches, no pain, no sweat![/SIZE]:thumbsup:
#35
oliverreed
Really, coming from you?

First time on a forum? Shhh! - let the adults speak, you might learn something.

Yes, offer an opinion on something you know something about, however read and benefit from other people's experiences who have tried the product out.


Firstly I am 39 years old and secondly i did indeed have a pair of Crocs which i bought in 2006.
All i was stating that these were indeed in 2007 the height of fashion and are now having been overrun with cheap imitations are no longer.
#36
BealBocht
[COLOR="Navy"]

My wife works in a hospital, where many of the staff are on their feet all day, and a lot of them wear Crocs because they are comfortable.


I've tried the cheaper knock-off versions, and they just are not as good as the genuine article.[/COLOR]


I am certain I read a news article recently which said hospitals had been banning staff from wearing Crocs at work because of a significant increase in slips/trips/falls since staff had worn them. They were also concerned about the hygiene problems with open shoes such as these.

I haven't voted but I refuse to believe these are more comfortable then a decent pair of trainers. Perhaps not in the £6-15 range but for the sake of maybe £30 to NOT wear hideous footwear... :whistling:
#37
[SIZE="2"]Funny how all the (pseudo)Fashionistas have had negative comments to make about Crocs but the questions that I really want answers to are - if Crocs are so gross, why are there so many knock-offs and why are they all still selling in large quantities?[/SIZE] :p
#38
cicobuff
Well seems like they are all copying the same clog style Crocs, lets face it all you see people wearing is either official Crocs Clogs, or imitations of the Crocs Clogs style...


I know that this wasn't the point of your post, but a lot of people are under the impression that Crocs were 'first' and that all others are imitations. A lot of them are cheap copies, but Crocs weren't first... they were just the most agressive and best funded. Clogs identical to those on which Crocs claim to hold patents were sold for several years before Crocs came into existence. In fact, the company that eventually became 'Crocs' was buying their clogs from a company that also sold to other companies, such as Holey Soles who Crocs tried to put out of business.

I'm not sure why I'm posting this, since it's neither relevant nor particularly interesting (I think I'm just a little bored), but Crocs don't appear (to me) to be a pleasant or principled company. They had a lot of funding, fortunate timing and spent a large proportion of their wealth trying to stamp out the competition through groundless patent and design infringement actions. Having worn their product and the two dollar Chinese imports, I can honestly say that while the Crocs might last longer I would rather wear the cheap ones... more comfortable and I enjoy the fact that I'm not lining Crocs coffers. And at the end of the day, they both look ridiculous.

If you're after Crocs though, this is a great price and a hot post :)
#39
mushgussie
I know that this wasn't the point of your post, but a lot of people are under the impression that Crocs were 'first' and that all others are imitations. A lot of them are cheap copies, but Crocs weren't first... they were just the most agressive and best funded. Clogs identical to those on which Crocs claim to hold patents were sold for several years before Crocs came into existence. In fact, the company that eventually became 'Crocs' was buying their clogs from a company that also sold to other companies, such as Holey Soles who Crocs tried to put out of business.

I'm not sure why I'm posting this, since it's neither relevant nor particularly interesting (I think I'm just a little bored), but Crocs don't appear (to me) to be a pleasant or principled company. They had a lot of funding, fortunate timing and spent a large proportion of their wealth trying to stamp out the competition through groundless patent and design infringement actions. Having worn their product and the two dollar Chinese imports, I can honestly say that while the Crocs might last longer I would rather wear the cheap ones... more comfortable and I enjoy the fact that I'm not lining Crocs coffers. And at the end of the day, they both look ridiculous.

If you're after Crocs though, this is a great price and a hot post :)



Bored or not, that made for interesting reading to me :)

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