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Perfect for baristas, restaurant servers, healthcare and service industry workers who want the versatile styling of flats but with the reinforcements of true work shoes. Think of these reinforced slip-ons as a caffeinated version of Crocs' cute Kadee Flats, all geared up for the grind.
Ok ladies, honest review. These are really nice shoes. They're cute, professional, and easy to wear all day. The non-slip bottoms work well, and they're comfy. The problem is they don't come in half sizes, so depending on your foot, you may need to research best fit first. Usually I order a women's 9 in Crocs cause I have a wide foot, so they fit more comfortably. These, unlike their other flats, are made bigger. So the toes have plenty of room and fit amazingly. However, since I'm really an 8.5, there's about a half inch too much space at the heel. It's fixable, as Crocs can be shrunk in heat (when done carefully!!), so I won't complain about that. If you have tiny feet though, and you're a half size, you may want to order them smaller, since they are made wider and larger than most women's Crocs. I do really like them though!
I really liked the fit of these crocs, unfortunately they left me after one shift with some brutal blisters from the rubber. Will try bandaidinh the area until healed and write a further review.
No blisters! And very supportive. They are Crocs though, made the "croc noise". And your feet may sweat, mine did alot. Now, I've tried w and without footies and didn't really change much. I will say only one person pointed out they were Crocs at work, but she is a space-invader while walking in hallway, so she was bound to notice. I work in a bank operations building and we have a dress code, these work fine. They look like black work flats. We have carpet and tile and the croc sound was never enough to turn heads or anything. Slightly big, I wear an 11 usually and I have room. I also have next to no luck w flats(as I have wide feet and wide set toes and always end up w painful ankle rubbing). None of that here. Hope they are what you need for comfort
Quick little update:
I love my Crocs Kadee flats but don't find them especially work appropriate. But I've been having so much trouble finding work shoes that don't scrunch my toes. I am so glad I found these. They feel just like my kadee flats, but no holes/cutouts. That may lead to more sweating without the extra ventilation though. These aren't glamorous looking, but I think they're not obviously crocs, no one should notice. And I only plan on wearing these during the summer, not sure what I'm going to do when it's colder again.
I'm sure this product is great, but their info online is off and that's a HUGE inconvenience if you are expecting something for work use!
These shoes are super comfy. I've been looking for some perfect work shoes for a while and I think I've found them! I haven't worn them on a shift yet, but they feel like they'll hold up well. The soles have good grip and seem slip-resistant, so that's good. Sweat might be a bit of an issue in the future, but they have two tiny air holes on the side that'll definitely help with ventilation. The shoes have roomier toes than most, and feel great on the heel--you kind of bounce as you walk in them. Even if I for some reason don't end up wearing these to work, I'll still wear them as regular flats.
I really do find these crocs so comfortable and so much nicer than the big traditional style of croc , I do have a large instep so I ordered a size larger and find they fit like a glove . BUT I do agree with a previous review that the holes in the sides of both shoes caused by the hanger is a totally stupid thing to do , walk on wet grass and the water IS AND DOES go inside the shoes and you have WET FEET . Could the makers or whoever please tell me why they don't understand the logic of water near open holes = WET FEET or perhaps they think we should stay in the kitchen !!!!!
I'm a standard size 5 and they fit fine. However, I wear a skirt for work so need to wear tights rather than socks so if you're wearing socks then I suggest going up a size. The things I don't like are that these shoes make your feet sweat and although the heat keeps your feet warm for the first hour, after that your feet are so sweaty you end up sliding around inside the shoes! The second thing I don't like is the ridged pattern inside the shoe and with stocking-feet you can feel every little ridge. However, if you were to wear socks then you probably wouldn't get sweaty feet or feel the ridges but you would need a size bigger than you would normally wear. I won't be buying a second pair of these.
Unfortunately, I ultimately had to return these. I'm a size 4.5, but half sizes are hard to come by, so I usually go for a 5. Often, the 5 ends up being slightly too big, but not in this case. I'm not wide-footed by any means, but these were extremely tight and uncomfortable. The soles were fine and comfy enough; the problem was the fit. They were very small. However, the refund was processed very quickly so I can't fault that.
Absolute love these, I have bought these for work and with being on my feet for almost 12 hours a day I needed something that would be comfy and well supported and these do just that and more, they are like wearing slippers, very much recommended you won’t be disappointed at all. All smiles from my end
I am a standard UK 6 and based on customer reviews I ordered in a larger UK 7 size.