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They may be the Marmite of the fashion world, but nobody can deny that Crocs are some of the comfiest footwear around.
With its classic styles normally priced at £35.99 to £39.99 for adults, that’s a serious saving.
The site are selling 21 colour options of the ‘Crocs Unisex Adults’ Baya Clogs’ - including ‘Party Pink’, ‘Grey Graphite’ and ‘Red Pepper’
According to the Crocs website, the ‘Baya’ style are made from a breathable material and also come with increased arch support.
There are also dozens of sizing options, with women able to choose from size 4 through to size 11, and men having an even wider selection of size 3 to size 13.
However, it’s important to note that some of the styles go up to £93 - with the lower price being available on select colours and sizes.
For example, ‘White’ in a men’s size 12 are priced at £11.73 - that’s 75% off its retail price.
But the ‘Purple Lavendar’ in a women’s size 5 are slightly more at £24.58, and a women’s size 4 in ‘Blue Navy’ are £13.50. Still a worthy saving.
Buy now: Crocs Unisex Adults’ Baya Clogs | £11.73-£96.94
The slip-on rubber footwear is popular with Amazon shoppers who have been generous with five-star reviews.
One happy customer wrote: “The Crocs are durable and comfortable. They're made of nice thick material which doesn’t seem like it will deteriorate or be susceptible to wear like my last pair of slippers.”
Meanwhile, other reviews prove that the item of footwear could make an excellent Christmas present.
“My husband was delighted with these crocs. They are utilitarian, enduring and a permanent feature of footwear around the house - great for both outdoor and indoor wear and used as slippers” shared one happy customer.
Another review reads: “I bought these for my mum, I have been wearing Crocs for several years and find them fantastic and comfortable.”
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