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Ken Bora
04-08-2007, 08:05 PM
Crocs Off Road Shoes. Anybody have um? Like um? Are they better than the normal Crocs? I have grown tired of ether soggy sneakers all day or the fashion statement of barn boots. Are Crocs the indestructible dog training shoe they appear to be? Thanks.
Ken Bora

huntingrdr
04-08-2007, 09:18 PM
I have a pair. Love em! VERY comfortable and affordable. I really like them. Train with them, fish with them, good boat shoes! Awesome versatile shoe!

hhlabradors
04-08-2007, 11:17 PM
Um, Ken? They have holes in them. Your feet will still be soggy! :D :wink:

Jason Ferris
04-09-2007, 03:01 AM
Crocs Off Road Shoes. Anybody have um? Like um? Are they better than the normal Crocs? I have grown tired of ether soggy sneakers all day or the fashion statement of barn boots. Are Crocs the indestructible dog training shoe they appear to be? Thanks.
Ken Bora

Hi Ken

I have a pair - they are very comfortable and excellent around the water with the dogs. My only issue is that I have size 13 feet, and with the bulky appearance of the Off Road Crocs, my feet look like a clown's!! :lol:

Regards, Jason.

Kristie Wilder
04-09-2007, 10:02 AM
Joie just got me off road crocs and I really love them.

The ONLY problem I've had with them is when you're walking through rough cut brush, stuff will poke into (and sometimes through OUCH) them.

But I love how light they are.

I do not have a regular pair of crocs, but have been meaning to get one.

The off-road crocs, are nice, light and comfortable.

We call them platypus feet (in ref to Jason's "clown feet") because they do look kind of silly in shape, but I've found that it gives a little extra air flow and my feet stay cool.

Mine are also relatively low around the ankle and as I walked through plowed strips and firebreaks in south georgia, my socks and feet got filthy. But I'm not normally walking in those conditions, so I'm not worried about it.

Wish they'd make a boot, but not sure how they'd do it...

-K

msdaisey
04-09-2007, 12:48 PM
You might want to try the All Terrain ones instead of the Off Roads.

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-129-4-all-terrain.aspx?reqid=129&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

I train in the summer with the sandals/slides by Muck Boots. You can still shift the four wheeler, but you can kick then off in the field so you don't have white feet.

http://www.muckbootcompany.com/product_info.php?products_id=44

I just did buy the LLBean version of the Crocs in a slide - they are too cute because of all the colors - I love the hot pink - and I can still shift the Honda with those, too.

My feet get grungy, but I just hose them off or dunk them in the pond. :lol:

Kristie Wilder
04-09-2007, 03:05 PM
You might want to try the All Terrain ones instead of the Off Roads.

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-129-4-all-terrain.aspx?reqid=129&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

I train in the summer with the sandals/slides by Muck Boots. You can still shift the four wheeler, but you can kick then off in the field so you don't have white feet.

http://www.muckbootcompany.com/product_info.php?products_id=44

I just did buy the LLBean version of the Crocs in a slide - they are too cute because of all the colors - I love the hot pink - and I can still shift the Honda with those, too.

My feet get grungy, but I just hose them off or dunk them in the pond. :lol:

Oops, THOSE are the ones I have -- the OFF ROAD.

Kristie Wilder
04-09-2007, 03:06 PM
You might want to try the All Terrain ones instead of the Off Roads.

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-129-4-all-terrain.aspx?reqid=129&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

I train in the summer with the sandals/slides by Muck Boots. You can still shift the four wheeler, but you can kick then off in the field so you don't have white feet.

http://www.muckbootcompany.com/product_info.php?products_id=44

I just did buy the LLBean version of the Crocs in a slide - they are too cute because of all the colors - I love the hot pink - and I can still shift the Honda with those, too.

My feet get grungy, but I just hose them off or dunk them in the pond. :lol:

Oops, THOSE are the ones I have -- the OFF ROAD.

msdaisey
04-11-2007, 02:44 PM
I am really confused (nothing new;).

All Terrain?

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-129-4-all-terrain.aspx?reqid=129&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

Or Off Road?

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-30-4-off-road.aspx?reqid=30&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

Kristie Wilder
04-11-2007, 03:13 PM
I am really confused (nothing new;).

All Terrain?

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-129-4-all-terrain.aspx?reqid=129&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

Or Off Road?

http://shop.crocs.com/pc-30-4-off-road.aspx?reqid=30&reqProdTypeId=41p&subsectionname=footwear&section=products

I have the all-terrain.

What are you confused about?

-K

Ken Bora
04-11-2007, 09:02 PM
I am going to get the off road, army green with orange straps for hunt tests 8)

Ron Schuna
04-12-2007, 11:11 AM
Ken,

If you don't wan't soggy, I'd stick with a Boggs or Muck boot. I love my muck boot calf heights for longer grass and just replaced my muck boot camp shoes with a pair of Boggs from GI Joes in Wa. Check out their selection.


http://www.joessports.com/searchHandler/index.jsp?searchId=20515346331&keywords=bogs

gmhr1
04-14-2007, 10:10 AM
get the all terrain they don't have holes

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04-14-2007, 10:17 AM
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