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Crocs Any closed toe model

in Footwear - Boots, Shoes, Gaiters

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4.40 / 5 (5 reviews)

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Scott Peterson
( scottalanp )

Northern California
Crocs Any closed toe model on 06/08/2007 09:58:42 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

For longer backcountry trips, I never leave home without a "camp shoe". Based on the list below, these will probably always be the ones:

1. 12.8 ounces for a sturdy closed-toe pair at size 10.5
2. You can opt for the no heal config. (which is great if your dealing with unexpected blisters) or you can create your own or buy a croc adjustable strap that will allow for more secure fit...possible stream crossings.
3. They are extremely comfortable.
4. They keep your feet suprisingly clean and ventilated.
5. They don't absorb water.

I just wish they would create a freakishly light model for us weight obsessed folks, but in relative shoe terms, they really already are.

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david plantenga
( dplant )
Crock Weight? on 01/05/2008 03:40:15 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5


Try Dollar General's Croc knoc offs

125 grams per shoe. Men's large

Can't beat the $6.99 price either

Cheers !

Lynn Tramper
( retropump )

The Antipodes of La Coruna
Crocs-closed toe on 01/08/2008 13:41:50 MST Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

Agree, closed toe Crocs (or equivalent knock-off) are my favorite camp shoe. I don't like the holey Crocs, as wet grass, rain etc...can soak your socks, and they are more prone to getting dirt, stones and stuff in them. An ajustable strap would be better for crossing rivers though.

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( sheilabaynes )
... on 04/27/2008 23:44:11 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 2 / 5


Edited by sheilabaynes on 10/30/2014 11:48:30 MDT.

William Webber
( micwebbpl )
Lightweight and Double as Shower Shoes on 05/07/2008 17:08:13 MDT Report Post Print

Rating: 5 / 5

They are so light you can really tie them way back on the outside of your pack without throwing off the balance. So they will "fit" onto (if not "into") any setup.

They don't soak up water.

You can wear them, usually (depending on how tight they are barefoot) with or without socks.

And they make a great "shower shoe" to keep athlete's foot away in those funky campground showers.

My preference is for open toe models....

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