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Cheap Crocs for Women for Sale

Updated on September 2, 2010

Crocs Shoes

There are so many different types of shoes that you can buy, and if you've ever heard of Crocs, you're probably familiar with the plastic, lightweight slipon sandal. They have air ventilation holes where your foot go and a strap that you pull behind your heel. They're a pretty simple sandal that are great for traveling, going to the beach, working outside, etc.

But, you may not have realized that Crocs has a whole line of shoes for women. These lines include flip flops, sandals, dress shoes, flats, wedges, boots, fuzzy shoes, and so many others.

You can wear Crocs anywhere. I wear mine to work nearly every day, and I love them. They're so comfortable it's ridiculous. My only complaint is that Crocs are typically pretty expensive. I don't like spending a lot on shoes, so I'm a little frugal in this area, but if you know what size shoe you need, buying online is so much cheaper.

I went to Academy, but you can go to any store that sells Crocs, and try on a few pairs. Remember that if you're looking for one style shoe, you'll need to find a similar style at the store so that you can get the right size. Some of the different styles of women's Crocs are sized differently depending on whether it's a sandal, slip on, or Classic Crocs shoe. Once you think that you know what size you need, jump online and see what's available and see if it's any cheaper than if you were to purchase at the store.

Reasons to Wear Crocs

If you think that Crocs are for you, then you know why you want to wear them. I've got several reasons why I think Crocs are a good shoe to wear, and if you think I've missed something, add it to the comment box below. I'd love to hear your opinions as to why you like your Crocs shoes.

  1. They are super comfortable.
  2. They're made of a soft plastic, and some have soft fuzzy liners that make the shoe feel great on your feet.
  3. They are super light, with most weighing less than 6 ounces.
  4. They have air vents to let your feet feel cool and dry off faster when they get wet.
  5. The vents help allow sand and water to pass through.
  6. They are water proof (well the sandals are and the shoes that don't have any material lining)
  7. The soles don't mark the ground.
  8. They are resistant to bacteria and odor.
  9. They are slip-resistant.
  10. They can easily be cleaned and sterilized in water an bleach.

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Buying Crocs Online

You don't have to go to the Crocs store our outlet to make a purchase. You can go online and buy at the Crocs online store, but you're still not getting as good of a deal as if you searched around a bit. There are so many options of places where you can purchase Crocs online, that you definitely need to window shop, especially if you're looking for something in particular.

As I mentioned above, you do want to make sure that you know what size you need. I try on a few pairs at the store so that I can get the size for that style shoe. They're all a little different, so just make sure that you try on a style similar to what you're looking for, whether that be flats, sandals, wedges, or anything in-between.

You'll find that the best place to get the best deals and the most bang for your buck, is on eBay. As you can see with the assortment on this page, there are tons of options and for good prices. If you want a new pair of shoes, though, just make sure that the ad description says that the shoes are new. That's the only thing that I always look for besides the size, of course.

When buying shoes online, you want to make sure that you get what you're looking for, so if you have to compare the third party website with the official Crocs website, then do it. This may ensure that you're getting the exact shoe that you're looking for.

The most popular options of womens Crocs include:

  • Boots
  • Crocband
  • Classic Clogs
  • Sandals
  • Flip Flops
  • Flats
  • Heels
  • Slip-Ons
  • Wedges

Crocs also has a line of YOU shoes and Ocean Minded shoes. You Crocs consist of various heels, wedges and dressier shoes, whereas Ocean Minded line consists of various sandals.

The one thing that you want to be careful of is making sure that you wear proper insoles when applicable, as the Crocs insoles will help relieve any pressure, as in most cases Crocs are pretty flat-footed.


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      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      Thank you for a good description and selection.

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      Audrey Hunt 

      8 years ago from Idyllwild Ca.

      Wonderful information on Crocs. Very glad you came up with this hub. Going shopping (above). Thanks

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      8 years ago from Somewhere near the center of Texas

      The CrocsRx are great for plantar fasciitis (heel pain). You should replace all shoes after six months of steady wear though.

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      India Arnold 

      8 years ago from Northern, California

      I love tha NAdia boots and the wedges. Soooo compfy!



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