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Beat the Chill with Crocs

Crocs aren’t just for summer – check out their cosy boots for little toes


Posted: 8 January 2009
by Sarah Lawson

The Croc Flurry The Crocs phenomenon means there’s never a playground or beach in summer that isn’t overrun with these cosy, easy to wear clogs, but now the range has extended to include some nifty winter footwear perfect for the current cold snap…

New boots for cold toes

Adding to Mammoth – the cosily-lined winter Crocs ‘shoes’ already available in bronze, grape, chocolate and berry – there are now two lovely styles of boot available.

The Nadia has a synthetic suede exterior with a 'fuzz' lining so that the boot is soft to wear and its sole and lower part of the boot is made from the traditional Crocs material which is very lightweight, comfortable and slip resistant. The boots are fully closed unlike the The Croc Nadia regular Croc sandal style, but because they don’t weigh too much, your child can keep warm without having to lug around in heavy footwear. Plus the fluffy-looking 'fuzz' can be rolled down turning the Nadia into a funky ankle boot for the spring.

As you’d expect from Crocs, the Nadia colour range includes practical browns and blacks as well as pretty rich pinks and purples.

The Flurry is a great winter boot for little feet. It comes in six colours, suitable for boys or girls, and has a ‘fur’ interior. Where the summer sandal is versatile and easy-dry, this boot is waterproof for tough action in snow or muddy puddles!

For more on the ranges and other Crocs footwear for outdoors and snugly indoors, go to www.crocs.eu.


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