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... I have taken the decision to buy a trials bike this week to get back to try to live an active life and crack on with living... . ... (7 replies)
... offs at half the price, Payless calls them Compel Airwalk Clogs. My kids and I took pairs of those when traveling overseas and I actually prefer them to Crocs now. ... (6 replies)
... Crocs are everywhere here in the States.... in soooooooo many colors. You might just want to bring along an extra suitcase dedicated to carrying home more than one or two pair! (6 replies)

... Just buy them off the internet. I am sure they ship outside the country. As for sizing, they seem to fit normal US sizes. ... (6 replies)
... They are almost everywhere. Do not buy the knock offs. Stick with the name brand Crocs. They do come in several styles. Read about them on the internet so you will know which ones you want. ... (6 replies)
... Except, some places sell the knock-offs and they are NOT as good. The Crocs are usually $29.95. If you have a Shoe Station in your area they sell all colors and styles. Payless usually has them but not as big a collection. Our Walmart only has knock-offs. (6 replies)
... Right now takeing sun baths in Cyprus with my family. Hot climate makes my keg swell even more but i dont care as it is warm here. I had to buy crocs as any other shoes just wont fit. ... (54 replies)
... balance. So I am using 1 crutch. Also said I could use tennis shoes with crutches in the house. Of course none of my tennis shoes fit!!! I am going out to buy crocs this weekend. My foot still swells a lot but he said this will go away the more I walk. ... (100 replies)
... at I could put some weight on it. Anyway, after about a week and a half, I took the boot off but couldn't wear regular shoes due to pain and swelling. I had to buy Crocs because nothing else would fit. ... (4 replies)
Crocs shoes
Jul 21, 2008
... I wear a size 9 so you know just how unnattractive Crocs are on me, however, Croc flip flops wear just wonderful to me. ... (15 replies)
... I bought a pair of KEEN mary janes in my normal size (this was 8 weeks after chevron osteotomy), but since it was mostly open on top, my swollen foot was able to expand fairly nicely. Also with a mary jane, I did not have to bend my toes very much to fit my foot in the shoe which helped a lot at first! The first time I tried to get my foot into a shoe with laces, I nearly... (10 replies)
... ter surgery to accommodate the swelling. If your 'good' foot feels like it's moving around in the wider shoe, try wearing two pairs of socks. You don't need to buy two different sizes of shoes. ... (10 replies)
... They're EVERYWHERE!! Its like an invasion of plastic shoes!....or maybe they're like rabbits....:jester: Seriously, you can get them just about anywhere these days....in the malls, at sporting goods stores, Walmart, Target, Payless.........EVERYWHERE. I don't think you'll miss them. (6 replies)
... I've read a lot about these shoes and hear a lot of people on here are using them. I'm going on a trip to the U.S. soon and want to get myself a pair. In what kind of shop would I get them? I'm still not walking very well and I don't want to go on endless shopping searches ;) Thank you so much for any info, sheepz :D (6 replies)
Crocs
Jun 26, 2005
... clog sandal, very comfortable and conform to your foot. They have a contour footbed with support and are slip resistant. You can buy them online, on ebay and some shoe stores. Just do a search on "crocs", you'll love them! I did find some websites that have free shipping on them. ... (11 replies)
... g normal but comfortable shoes, there is a UK company called Clarks which make a style called Unstructured, these are sooo comfortable and not too ugly. You can buy these online on the US. ... (21 replies)
... if you are going to do any yard work at all wear boots that will stabilize your ankle. The constant rolling will make you swell like crazy. Also buy some crocs, they may make you look like an idiot, but they are comfortable and easy to wear around the house. ... (43 replies)
... if the over the counter orthotics are doing the job I certainly wouldn't buy custom orthotics. Get better shoes and go from there. ... (1 replies)
... ring the surgery shoe at two months per doctors orders, as well as a silicone spacer. After 10 weeks, I was allowed to wear regular shoes, but I really only wore crocs or flip flops for about a month, then I wore a pair of sneakers a size bigger then my normal ones for another few months. ... (18 replies)
... Thank you, Your advice did come in handy. The crocs are not that bad, I use to limp but now I walk somewhat normal. I'm not trying to rush but I do wear shoes bigger than my normal size as the doctor instructed. ... (73 replies)


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