Classic Croc Clogs: Best Classic Croc Clogs?
The question arises whether or not there are any differences between the two types of crocodile skin boots. The answer is yes and no. There are some minor differences but they aren’t enough to make one type better than another. On the other hand, there are many similarities between them so it’s really hard to say which one is best because both have their advantages and disadvantages. So let’s take a look at each of these factors separately.
Best Classic Croc Clogs – Pros & Cons
They’re made from the same material as the rest of your favorite shoes (Crocodileskin) They’re easy to care for, since they don’t require much maintenance. You can wash them with soap and water and then hang dry them. They’ll last you forever! (Or until you get old and frail.
Then they won’t.) They’re comfortable. If you’ve ever worn Crocodile Skin Boots, you know how comfy they are. And if you haven’t, well…they just might be too tight around the ankle area. But once again, since they’re made out of the same material as your shoes, they shouldn’t hurt your feet when walking all day long!
They’re a little bit expensive. I mean not as expensive as a $700 pair of red bottoms, but still pretty costly (Around the price of a new iPhone).
They can also get dirty pretty easy if you don’t take care of them (Are you listening?
). Easily can become a mark of “richness” or “class”. If you wear these while bumming around NYC, people might call you a “Broke-azz”. So it’s best to wear them when you’re going out or just hanging out at home.
Baya Clog vs.
The Classic Croc: Who Will Win?
Now that we’ve looked at all the pros and cons of each clog there isn’t really a clear winner. It really comes down to what you like better.
Do you like the comfort of the classic or the style and ease of the baya?
It’s your choice!
Now that you’ve read this guide on the crocs clogs, you should have a pretty good idea on which one is right for you. We tried to cover everything from the differences between the clogs to how they are priced. As with most things in life, these clogs are a matter of personal preference. I hope that this guide has helped you in your decision making process.
Good luck and happy clogging!
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