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Cheapest Place to buy Crocs?

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Found 1st May 2008
I am looking at buying some Crocs for the summer. At the moment, I am looking at the sandals / flipflops but I am also interested in the others they do, such as the pumps.

Does anyone know of a cheap shop to buy Crocs from? Authentic Crocs only please!

Thanks

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Hi,

I just bought my kids some crocs from [url]www.sweetfeetshoes.co.uk[/url] they had 15% off as well as 10% on quidco.

They had a fantastic choice of crocs, i ordered them Sunday and they arrived Tuesday. They sent me a 10% voucher so if the 15% off has finished let me know and I will give you my code.

I hope that helped
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Next have some for children.

Disney Store have had children's Crocs in too.

[url]www.jellyegg.com[/url]

They are currently offering 20% off the flip flops.The sale items do change which means you have to check often (or maybe once a month) but I did get 25% off a pair of Primas last month.

Oh, and free delivery on Crocs too! (I do sound like an employee of jellyegg, don't I? :P)

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njiwana;2009513

[url]www.jellyegg.com[/url]They are currently offering 20% off the flip … [url]www.jellyegg.com[/url]They are currently offering 20% off the flip flops.The sale items do change which means you have to check often (or maybe once a month) but I did get 25% off a pair of Primas last month.Oh, and free delivery on Crocs too! (I do sound like an employee of jellyegg, don't I? :P)



What are the Prima's like? I quite fancy a pair of them for work but they just don't look that comfy as they don't have many (or any?) ventilation holes like the normal Crocs.

kimbyanne;2010446

What are the Prima's like? I quite fancy a pair of them for work but … What are the Prima's like? I quite fancy a pair of them for work but they just don't look that comfy as they don't have many (or any?) ventilation holes like the normal Crocs.



They are really, really comfy but beware if you have sweaty feet. They'll make those irritating, squishy noises. A problem easily solved by a pair of socks, though (I recommend getting the kinds which only covers the sole of your feet ;-)) I think the completely flat sole would be problematic for some too but that depends on the arch of your feet. Hope this helps.
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