crocs are a crock
well, they're lightweight and easy on the sole, but that's where it ends. They don't fit my foot right because of their stylish design: they are angled drastically at the front so that when worn with the strap, your big toe is forced to the top while your pinkie presses up against the plantar side of the toe-box (plantar= furthest from center of body on the foot). This makes the entire foot rotate away from the big toe--clockwise for the right foot--causing further rubbing along the inside of the foot. I got blisters from the hinge-buttons.
On top of this, the foam irritates the tops of my hairy feet when I sweat.
Finally, I rode to school and found that one of the plastic strap-buttons has broken out! A forty-dollar sandal should not have plastic parts, let alone pieces less than 1/16 inch in diameter! I'm still thinking of a way to fix them, only to have the option of wearing them in the water, which I still haven't done, but meanwhile I'm happier with flip-flops. Plus, now I can get that healthy sandal-tan I've been looking forward to!
DON'T BUY THESE UNLESS YOU'RE FOOT-HAIRLESS AND SPEND MOST OF YOU TIME ON THE COUCH!!!