Yes, I know Crocs clogs have been all the rage for quite sometime. Yes, they’re lightweight and slip on and off easily, which are all big plusses for those of us who hate tying our shoe laces.
The problem is, for most of us, they’re WAY too big. And if you have a narrow foot – don’t even think about buying this particular style.
If you’re foot fits in your Crocs like this foot, then you may be doing more harm than good. In the above picture, even thick socks won’t help you keep the shoe on.
A foot that fits properly in a shoe, should be going straight ahead, not side to side, and not up and down, which is what the foot in the above shoe does. The result – callous, forefoot and even heel pain, all because the clog doesn’t fit right.