Crocs. £8.50. Adults.  Sports Direct. Delivery 4.99 but with 5.00 voucher
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Crocs. £8.50. Adults. Sports Direct. Delivery 4.99 but with 5.00 voucher

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Found 14th May 2016
Summer is coming folks so it's time for clown shoes!

Adults Crocs Men and Women from 8.50.
Reasonable range of sizes and colours.

Kids Crocs way cheaper. Started at 2.99.

The delivery @ 4.99 is no bargain but does include a 5.00 voucher off future purchase so could result in a whopping 1p profit.

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oh no, it's idiot feet season NNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooo

Original Poster

Just getting this in first:
http://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20160413/d589969071e95d057d8680aa03ddda6d.jpg

Crocs are for children only.

Original Poster

snappyfish

oh no, it's idiot feet season NNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooo



Yup. It's so difficult to choose between the virulent lime green and the mustard snot yellow though........

Super cold

Wtf, people pay to wear em in this country?
There's not an undiscovered tribe in the deepest Guatemalan Rainforests who wouldn't roast you on a stick for being seen dead in crocsh*t.
Not voting though.

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backtothecaves

Crocs are for children only.



Fraid not. It's insidious. You get a pair for the gardening because no-one is ever going to see and next thing you know you're standing shamelessly at Gatwick Airport check in desk with huge dayglo feet. After that you end up on Jeremy Kyle in Ugg boots.

Crock shoes and even bigger crock company

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/736x/04/d2/5a/04d25a6cdc22f9007b4086c50e1f3402.jpg
(I have two pairs - though I wear them as slippers at home. Warning, if you wear them outside you attract constant looks of pity and disdain :p)

OP - when adding the price for the Deal you're supposed to list the total price with delivery, so it should be £13.49, not £8.50.

Also "from £8.50" should be mentioned in the header.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 14th May 2016

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louiselouise

(I have two pairs - though I wear them as slippers at home. Warning, if … (I have two pairs - though I wear them as slippers at home. Warning, if you wear them outside you attract constant looks of pity and disdain :p)


Best thing to do is buy white ones and wear a stethoscope round your neck so everyone thinks you're a brain surgeon. https://whothatchic.files.wordpress.com/2011/07/doccroc1.jpg

Edited by: "pickledtink" 14th May 2016

Always tell my children "SOCKS WITH CROCS IS A BIG NO NO"

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louiselouise

OP - when adding the price for the Deal you're supposed to list the total … OP - when adding the price for the Deal you're supposed to list the total price with delivery, so it should be £13.49, not £8.50.Also "from £8.50" should be mentioned in the header.



It's all in the title and we've always put price and delivery clearly noted in the break down so I don't really get your point?

pickledtink

It's all in the title and we've always put price and delivery clearly … It's all in the title and we've always put price and delivery clearly noted in the break down so I don't really get your point?

I've had my hand slapped for not putting the correct highlighted total before by other members *shrugs*. Your highlighted total is £8.50, which may make others assume that's the total price.

These seem good for children nursery as they always come back with ripped shoes

pickledtink

Best thing to do is buy white ones and wear a stethoscope round your neck … Best thing to do is buy white ones and wear a stethoscope round your neck so everyone thinks you're a brain surgeon.



A brain surgeon doesn't often have a stethoscope around their neck

Try cardiologist / general medicine Doctor instead

They're absolutely hideous but my mum likes to wear them (they're comfortable according to her) so I have been known to buy them for her. Good price, even if not to my taste

Britain...and...Taste...maybe once... I think it was a day... just the one mind... in the 60's

cburns

Britain...and...Taste...maybe once... I think it was a day... just the … Britain...and...Taste...maybe once... I think it was a day... just the one mind... in the 60's



​No 100 years too early......

We will all be wearing them in the 2060's.

Has anybody got a sports direct voucher that they don't need xx

louiselouise

(I have two pairs - though I wear them as slippers at home. Warning, if … (I have two pairs - though I wear them as slippers at home. Warning, if you wear them outside you attract constant looks of pity and disdain :p)



I was advised to get these by a doctor. They helped enormously with my planta fasciaitus (spelling?). I got them in Matt black. So comfortable. I started wearing them at home, but you know how it is, before long I was putting the recycling out in them. I couldn't stop there. Then it was short trips in the car, on the bike, shops, work, and then it happened. I went public. I only knew I had a problem when I confronted a group of unruly young adults for using rather colourful language. I issued them a stark warning with the desired effect that they need to think before speaking and consider those around them. It was all good, briefly, until one by one they glanced down at my feet. "You need to consider your shoes mate....".

It took me 6 months but I am croc free now. Feet hurt like hell but , and it is a big but, I have started to regain a sense of self esteem.

A cautionary tale. Just sayin.

backtothecaves

Crocs are for children only.



​I always thought that crocs are horrid.

However I have found that they are the only footwear my feet can withstand as I have plantar fasciitis, which is incredibly painful and makes walking difficult.

I have since changed my mind.

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polarbaba

​I always thought that crocs are horrid.However I have found that they a … ​I always thought that crocs are horrid.However I have found that they are the only footwear my feet can withstand as I have plantar fasciitis, which is incredibly painful and makes walking difficult.I have since changed my mind.



They 'are' horrible but for people with foot or joint problems they at least enable them to get about. I developed severe gout and arthritis in my feet and ankles and these things do give me a bit of mobility when it's really bad.

Perfect for the garden and beach, apart from that no... But heat ?!

pickledtink

Best thing to do is buy white ones and wear a stethoscope round your neck … Best thing to do is buy white ones and wear a stethoscope round your neck so everyone thinks you're a brain surgeon.


If your tempted to buy any crocs you should see a brain surgeon and have them fix it sharpish oO

Abattoir foot wear!

Wore my croc in SE Asia for 5 months. Perfect except for cities where the heat, without water to chill, meant the sweat stuck in the croc. Any water supply was used to wash them down and walk on.

ideal, but I only saw, in 5 months, one other person wearing crocs, an attractive female. I noted that we were both croced up and how perfect they were for travelling. She said they were her boyfriend's. End of discussion.

jobibear

Wore my croc in SE Asia for 5 months. Perfect except for cities where … Wore my croc in SE Asia for 5 months. Perfect except for cities where the heat, without water to chill, meant the sweat stuck in the croc. Any water supply was used to wash them down and walk on. ideal, but I only saw, in 5 months, one other person wearing crocs, an attractive female. I noted that we were both croced up and how perfect they were for travelling. She said they were her boyfriend's. End of discussion.



​This is a very sad tale. Did you ever find Croc romance?

bargainchaser2015

I was advised to get these by a doctor. They helped enormously with my … I was advised to get these by a doctor. They helped enormously with my planta fasciaitus (spelling?). I got them in Matt black. So comfortable. I started wearing them at home, but you know how it is, before long I was putting the recycling out in them. I couldn't stop there. Then it was short trips in the car, on the bike, shops, work, and then it happened. I went public. I only knew I had a problem when I confronted a group of unruly young adults for using rather colourful language. I issued them a stark warning with the desired effect that they need to think before speaking and consider those around them. It was all good, briefly, until one by one they glanced down at my feet. "You need to consider your shoes mate....".It took me 6 months but I am croc free now. Feet hurt like hell but , and it is a big but, I have started to regain a sense of self esteem.A cautionary tale. Just sayin.



Fit flops are good for foot & ankle pain in my experience (also reported by others) and look miles better if you don't want to be seen in Crocs.

Original Poster

Fit flops are good for foot & ankle pain in my experience (also reported … Fit flops are good for foot & ankle pain in my experience (also reported by others) and look miles better if you don't want to be seen in Crocs.



Have you tried them yourself then? I'll check them out. Crocs are really great comfort wise but hideous to be seen wearing out!

Have you tried them yourself then? I'll check them out. Crocs are really … Have you tried them yourself then? I'll check them out. Crocs are really great comfort wise but hideous to be seen wearing out!


Yes I wear Fitflops a lot (their flipflops & trainers) and I find them very comfotable. There was a time when my foot & ankle pain was at it's worst they were all I could wear. If you read the reviews other people have found them good for foot pain. I hope they work for you too.
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