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These Holey Soles Explorer shoes are available in black, brown, fuschia, pink, sky blue, navy blue, turquoise, red, pumkin or lime and in sizes small, medium, large, extra large or extra extra large. They're £14.49 a pair, so you'll need to find something for 45p to qualify for free delivery...

* Exceptional comfort and support
* massaging footbed to stimulate circulation
* cushioned heel impact for all day wear
* slimmer fit
* cool in summer and warm in winter
* lightweight and durable shock absorbing foam
* waterproof material and quick drying
* bacteria and odour resistant
* moulded footbed for great support
* clings to feet without toe curl
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It's amazing to think that one shoe could please so many people. The Explorer from Holey Soles is a clog-like shoe with a heel strap and is an ideal footwear solution for both adults and kids. The massaging footbed and soft spongy feel underfoot means your feet are unlikely to feel the strain of your day's activities and the fact that they're non-slip, waterproof, quick drying and they float makes them perfect for the outdoors, camping, sightseeing, gardening, on the beach or by the poolside.The narrower fit (compared to competitors) means they're better suited to the European foot and the additional holes on Holey Soles gives greater foot ventilation in hot, sticky climes.
You needn't worry about getting your Holey Soles dirty either as the waterproof EVA resin foam material won't allow any dirt or water to penetrate them. They can be washed in soap and water, in the sea or even in the washing machine!
Each pair is available in a variety of sizes and vibrant colours.

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[mod]#3
Thanks ray, my sis has a pair of these and they are soo comfy! :) Loads of people wearing these when i was away on my hols in Spain too.
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#5
Hi Ray :thumbsup: Theese are verry popular in Europe. Just about every shop along the sea front in Lanzarote sold theese shoes!
Did you buy a pair ? I like the navy ones but can't decide weather to part with the pennies. Voted HOT
#6
So many people are wearing these now. I may have to jump on the bandwagon.

but what's the difference between these and Crocs?
#7
I saw these today on sale in TJ Hughes for 5 pounds!
#8
luv these bought mine from eastgate market(linconshire)for £4.00
great bargin.:-D
#9
These are just rip off Crocs as far as I'm aware so they probably wont be as comfy. They are half the price though so maybe it's worth the downgrade in comfort to save money!
#10
Nice range of colours but pricey still. Asda were selling similar for £4.99...
#11
Psychobunni
These are just rip off Crocs as far as I'm aware so they probably wont be as comfy. They are half the price though so maybe it's worth the downgrade in comfort to save money!


I was going to say that :)
My mum and sister wear these, both say they're really comfy but when we were in America they looked at all the other barnded shoes and there is a huge difference in the quality and rplastic of the plastic used to make the shoes!;-)
#12
Dose anyone where i can get baby ones from ?
#13
Hi
One of the main Croc selling sites is Here
They sell baby sizes, but obviously not as cheap :)
#14
These are popping up all over the show. Beware of buying the obviously cheap ones (Crocs are £30). Bought some for £8 for my daughter from a market stall and the strap is shorter than the heel so you can't flip it over to make them into shoes. That being said £8 instead of £30... :thumbsup:

Oh and she loves them.
#15
if people living in south Devon and Cornwall have heard of Trago Mills, we sell adult ones for £4.99 and childs for £3.99. although they aren't named brands but they look the same.
#16
Seen these at the 99p store
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#17
But are all these cheaper ones that people are referring to, the cheap knock off copies?
#18
knowing Trago then probably, they are rip off. but they look alright
#19
bippy1990
knowing Trago then probably, they are rip off. but they look alright

But it's not how they look - the whole point of them is the comfort.
#20
Elfa
I saw these today on sale in TJ Hughes for 5 pounds!


Yep £5 on the local market or 7 euro's when your away.

Not a bargain at all.
#21
Is there not a touch of the Kings New Clothes about this particular 'fashion'.

If you lot were forced to wear this sort of thing at school, or in prison, you would complain you're human rights were being infringed.
#22
I have both crocs and holey soles and the crocs are better in my opinion. Holey soles are a slimmer fit but both are very comfy. My holey soles did rub quite badly where the strap meets the shoe but i had no problems with my crocs.

Hope this helps :-D
#23
buelligan
These are popping up all over the show. Beware of buying the obviously cheap ones (Crocs are £30). Bought some for £8 for my daughter from a market stall and the strap is shorter than the heel so you can't flip it over to make them into shoes. That being said £8 instead of £30... :thumbsup:

Oh and she loves them.


We used to sell a similar shoe and often had problems with the strap length. If it's too short, you should be able to stretch it (just don't put too much strain on the rivets holding the strap to the shoe).

I've got a couple of pairs (of our own brand) and they're great (not that I'd wear them in public). My daughter has a pair of Aussie Soles, which are just as well made as the equivalent Crocs, but I am a little concerned about the effect they might have on young, growing feet (my daughter is 4) so we have 'rationed' their use... Call me paranoid, but I can't believe they're as good for children's feet as a decent pair of shoes.

On another note, people often refer to the cheaper clogs as 'Crocs rip offs', which implies that Crocs were first to market. They weren't (I think it was either Holey Soles or Waldies) and IMHO the better 'cheap' clogs are just as good as Crocs. The fact you can buy three or even four pairs for the same price as one pair of Crocs is a bonus.
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