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As you dominate your to-do list in the backyard, the Crocs Duet Plus Clog keeps you comfortable without disintegrating at the thought of yard work. The upper, footbed, and midsole are made with the same cushy Croslite as the standard clog, but the Duet Plus features a sleek, durable outsole that's tough enough for your busiest Saturdays in the yard or garden.

  • Croslite closed-cell resin is a durable rubber-like material that resists odor, cleans easily, dries quickly, and even floats
  • Contoured Croslite footbed and midsole cradle and cushion your steps, and the footbed nubs massage your foot as you walk
  • Croslite heel strap flexes to fit your foot and secures the clog in place during long walks or bike rides, but can also slide forward when you want to use the clog as a slip-on
  • Durable, dense Croslite outsole features tread to reduce slips on wet sidewalks
  • Toe box ventilation keeps your foot cool and quickly drains water and debris for river or ocean trips
  • Non-marking sole doesn't leave lines on the floors, and cut-out heel reduces weight
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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Ordered these when I was out working on an unfortunately unsuccessful thru-hike of the PCT; while I was only able to do about 1,800 miles of it, I was able to move around camp, and town, in comfort with these bad boys. On top of all of that, they were snug enough that I could use them to fjord rivers and waterfalls, allowing me to slosh across without worrying about them sliding off in the water, when the moments arose where I didn't want to truck through in shoes and consequently walk in bath tubs the rest of the day.

However, despite their comfort, I cannot deny that they are ugly as sin; I do not believe even the devil himself would wear these. Aside from the fact that they are atrocious in appearance, it does not detract from the fact that they are quite gratifying to wear.

I do not remember being concerned about slipping on loose ground, or even wet rock while trudging through rivers, though I suppose the potential for slippage would depend on the surface in question. Moreover, you can essentially forget about sliding on floors or sidewalks; I do not recall a moment where I was concerned about slipping while on a town stop *usage note: never encountered ice in these shoes.*

If you're looking for a truly light set of footwear to don when you are lounging around the campsite, or the house, I would recommend checking these clogs out, though try and find them on sale if you can.

Regarding sizing, my foot measures 9 1/4 in from heel to toe, so I ordered a size 8 in men's and they are perfect.

Comfy, light, easy to clean.

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

I was skeptical about the comfort of these shoes, plastic clogs? But, they are super soft rubber that seem to heat mold to your feet after wearing for a while. Yeah, they look a little weird, but I'm sold. Plus, I like you can use the heel strap, or fold them up out of the way. Once they get dirty, just spray them off, it's that simple. Great after a long day on the trail...

Wierd Looking but Amazing Camp shoes

    I am an avid super/ultralight backpacker, because of my mentality I always hesitate to add weight. But after talking to a fellow backpacker I decided to try these for some camp shoes.... I will never walk barefoot in camp again. These are ridiculously light and protect your whole foot while giving good ventilation. I would recommend buying the original Croc because they are slightly lighter and provide the same protection but these are great too. Happy backpacking!