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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by fnkmstr, Feb 13, 2020.
I'll stick with my sushi slippahs
The bed of the croc doesn't breathe well enough.
Funk builds up, and you end up with something between the toes and on the undersides of the feet that mandate a trip to the doctor.
Someone borrowed my boots, during a trip to Costa Rica and I returned to using them unawares, and came back to the USA with a foot funk that lasted for something like a year (more or less, idr).
Now I’m cravin’ chicken!
It’s not enough that I look like Homer Simpson, now I think like him too!
My crocs are perfect for taking the dogs out to the backyard. They do get a little slippery in the snow and ice though.
These $60 dog toys are the perfect thing to wear on stage with your cargo shorts and Hawaiian shirt.
you and my Granddaughter
not the Bistro's
I’m not sure what those are
I guess anything is dangerous if it’s worn down
My father has a nice pair of crocs from around when they first became popular that are just about smooth on the bottoms I wore them recently when it rained and went to step on smooth concrete and it was like stepping on a sheet of ice
Dang you! Bill ,I’m craving chicken too, now I’m going have to get some legs and thighs after work
Crocs. The shoes with holes so your dignity can drain out.
Did you come up with This! I like it!
..."The uniquely designed shoe has the iconic KFC red-striped bucket on the base of the Croc and comes with two attachable charms that could easily be mistaken for the real deal -- they look and smell like fried chicken."...
I guess Florida man could be very interested in this product, no?
or..does it have to be spring chicken and gators?
Love my Crocs. My indoor around the house footwear.
But yeah, not good when even a little wet.
Love My Crocs.
I can attest to that! I was going down the wooden basement steps which are old; rounded edges, painted, etc. I slipped and my feet flew out in front of me. Luckily, I landed on the muscle where the lower back meets the hip. That was 6 years ago, and I still get a dull achey twinge every now and then. I was wearing crocs that were worn down. I pitched them the next day, and I never bought another pair.
Gotta admit I got it from armstrong and getty morning show. Very funny guys and they have great guest interviews.
I had the same thing happen to me walking at full throttle, busted, butt, back, neck and head, have never had my feet fly out from under me so violently. That was my whole reason for calling Crocs, almost sued them. I did sue the establishment that didn't have a dry down mat in place for inbound foot traffic.
Bistro's are a type of Croc made especially for the wait staff and kitchen staff that want an easily maintained slip free Croc. Don't have a pair on my feet at the moment but I will take a picture of the bottoms of mine. They come in several variances including insole therapy, color is limited to black and white, and they are expensive.
Those crocs need more grip!
perhaps these claws are better?