Crocs Boy's Duet Sport Clog

Priced: $20.97 - $34.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 7 reviews.
Crocs Duet Sport Clog
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Whether your kid is romping down the beach or just kicking around the school playground, the Crocs Boys' Duet Sport Clog covers his toes, stands up to abuse, and stays put, because he won't sit still until he goes to college. With a cushy Croslite upper and footbed, he gets all the comfort that makes Crocs so popular, while the tougher lower Croslite outsole ensures that the clog can keep up with his rough-housing and kickball tournaments.

Fit:

  • Croslite heel strap flexes to fit his foot and secures the clog in place during long walks or bike rides

Lining and Layers:

  • Non-marking sole doesn't leave lines on floors

Fabric:

  • Croslite closed-cell resin is a durable rubber-like material that resists odor, cleans easily, dries quickly, and even floats

Midsole:

  • Contoured Croslite footbed and midsole cradle and cushion his steps, and the footbed nubs massage his foot as he walks

Ventilation:

  • Toe-box ventilation keeps his foot cool, quickly drains water and debris for river or ocean trips, and allows attachment of Jibbitz charms for decoration (sold separately)

Outsole:

  • Durable, dense Croslite outsole features tread to reduce slips on wet sidewalks
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Sporty and comfy is a combo that can't be beat!
Synthetic upper features a slip-on construction for easy on-and-off wear.
Advanced toe-box ventilation system helps feet stay fresh.
Circulation nubs on footbed stimulate blood flow.
Footbed conforms to foot creating a custom fit.
Tougher, treaded outsole improves durability.
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Also available for: Toddler Boys, Toddler Girls, Kids, Toddlers
Heel Height:1 1⁄2 in
Platform Height:1 in
Weight:6 oz

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Crocs Duet Sport Clog Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

True to size, my 4 year old son loves them. He wears them with and without socks. His feet grow quickly and he needed a new pair of Crocs for a trip to the beach. These were shipped and arrived in plenty of time as always. What did parents do before Zappos?
Melinda N - customer at Zappos.com on 05/08/2012
1 yr. old loves them. Only problem that I can see with this style is that they will probably get a lot of mud stuck in the grooves, unlike the normal ones that are flat. Doesn't really matter though when you can just throw a pair of shoes in the dishwasher.
Michelle P - customer at Zappos.com on 04/15/2012
My son has very sensitive feet and these shoes have been a God-send. He wears them proudly with no complaints. We couldn't be happier about them!
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 06/01/2012
These are great for my very active three year old... running, climbing, you name it. They are perfect.
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 04/23/2012
The "Sport Fit" shoes are designed to run really big! I would order a whole size smaller!
Anonymous - customer at Zappos.com on 02/24/2012

Negative Reviews:

These things don't have a real sole on them, just a far thicker one. They are normally sized for kids, but they're about two inches wider than normal. I can't see how any childs foot would fit in these things unless they are incredibly and morbidly "husky". They're being returned.

Patrick Mulligan at Backcountry.com on 03/22/2013

Neutral Reviews:

What can you say about Crocs that hasn't already been said. They're a staple in my house, and I liked the sturdier nature of this model. I have to agree that Crocs kind of have their own sizing and dimensions, so getting the right fit can be more trial and error than other brands.

Michael at Backcountry.com on 04/26/2013