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Crocs Tone - A Buyer's Guide

Updated on February 6, 2011
Crocs Tone Promotional Campaign
Crocs Tone Promotional Campaign

Crocs Tone

Crocs introduce a new and exciting venture, the Crocs Tone. Crocs are the original brand who manufacture and sell foam clogs which have expanded their product lines. Crocs’ newest line is the Crocs Tone, a line of Crocs footwear designed to feel great on your feet and to also provide you with a wealth of health benefits such as aiding you to tone the muscles in your legs. The long awaited line by Crocs is different to competing products from competitors such as FitFlop, MBT and Skechers Shape Ups where the soles are larger and more noticeable. Instead, the Crocs Tone are very similar aesthetically to the classic styles of Crocs. The padded sole which enables the wearer to tone and have a more comfortable walk has been cleverly engineered to be concealed within the Crocs themselves, rather than adding on to the sole which would make them seem bulky.

The Benefits

There is a wealth of benefits from wearing the new Crocs Tone shoes. Crocs Tones are even more comfortable than the original Crocs shoes due to the amazing Crocs Tone Ring and Croslite material footbed. What makes Crocs Tone even better is that not only are they comfortable, but they also aid in toning your legs. They increase muscle activity in key leg muscles with every step, making sure that you achieve the toned legs that you have always wanted.   

Crocs Tone - Skylar Sandal
Crocs Tone - Skylar Sandal
Crocs Technology
Crocs Technology

The Technology

­Crocs have been hard at work developing the Crocs Tone. Designed with scientific research based on advanced biomechanical engineering, Crocs Tone have a variety of benefits. The Crocs Tone feature a patent-pending toning system within a signature sole which has been developed to increase muscle activity in your lower and upper legs when walking normally from day to day. The Crocs Tone sculpted outsole teamed with Crocs Tone Ring Croslite material makes up this toning system, working simultaneously to tone and provide comfort. The Crocs Tone sculpted outsole is made of a spherical outsole, causing the wearer to experience instability. To overcome this, the wearer will need to make swift small movements and therefore use their leg muscles with increased activity to overcome any instability. The Crocs Tone Ring provides stability and support in every step. Furthermore, despite your muscles working harder, the effect of the Croslite footbed provides a massage-like feel as you walk. 

Benefits & Design

The Styles

As always, Crocs have had a huge range of different styles, from the classic Cayman, to styles of shoes, pumps, sandals and flip flops. The expansion into Crocs Tone has meant that their product lines have also increased. The new styles of Crocs Tone are all named Skylar.

Crocs Tone - Skylar Clog
Crocs Tone - Skylar Clog

Skylar

The Skylar is currently available in four styles; Skylar Clog, Skylar Flat, Skylar Flip and Skylar Sandal. All of the Skylar range is Crocs Tone adaptations of classic Crocs styles, which have been proved popular. The Skylar Clog is a closed foot clog, based around the design of the classic Cayman style of Crocs. Skylar Flat is a feminine sling back pump, perfect to wear with perhaps skirts or leggings. Then there is the Skylar Flat and Skylar Sandal, which are two forms of sandals, perfect to slip on and off and would be great for the summer months and perfect to wear whilst on your holidays.

Crocs Tone - Skylar Flat
Crocs Tone - Skylar Flat

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