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Find your fun with Crocs

Colorblock flats with slingback heels. . . feminine Isabella Sandals with soft, translucent straps . . . ankle strap wedges . . . vintage sneaker style slip-ons in camo patterns for men . . .   pretty butterfly clogs and glitter flats for little girls.

Crocs features fun Mickey and Minnie Mouse designs for kids
Crocs has definitely gone a long way since it launched its classic clog in 2002, evolving into trendier styles with new collections for men, women and children. Today, Crocs celebrates the fun of being different and encourages fans to “Find Your Fun” in every colorful pair of shoes.

From top (left) 1. Crocs Classic Clog, 2. Crocband Butterfly Clog, 3. Leigh II Ankle Strap Wedge, 4. Swiftwater Clog
What hasn’t changed is the brand’s core molded footwear heritage.  All Crocs shoes feature the Croslite material, a proprietary and revolutionary technology that give each pair of shoes the soft, comfortable, lightweight, non-marking and odor-resistant qualities that Crocs fans know and love.

Since it began in 2002, Crocs has sold more than 300 million pairs of shoes in more than 90 countries around the world. Globally, Crocs has more than 500 retail locations and continues

from top(left): 1.Duet Max Clog, 2. Colorblock, 3. Isabella Sandal, 4. Anna Ankle Strap, 5. Swiftwater Flip
Crocs Philippines now operates under its new distributor, Walk EZ Retail Corporation in partnership with the SM Retail, Inc. Crocs proves that more fun is on the way as it opens new branches with the ones in SM City San Lazaro and SM City Bacolod being the most recent. The Crocs stores have fixtures and displays that make way for an easy shopping experience.

Crocs purchases now enable shoppers to earn points for their SM Advantage, Prestige and BDO Rewards cards. 

Get connected with Crocs through 

@CrocsPH on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. #FindYourFun #CrocsPH

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