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Crocs Work Shoes: Same Function, More Style



Crocs Work Shoes: Same Function, More StyleFinding a good pair of comfortable black shoes for restaurant workers who are on their feet all day can be a challenge.  Crocs shoes are known for their durability, comfort, and great traction on even the greasiest kitchen floor.  And when Crocs came out with some stylish interpretations of their classic shoe, the food service industry snapped to attention.

The Crocs Bistro, Saffron, and Ginger put a stylish stamp on work shoes for restaurant professionals – but what really got the attention were the great features found in every pair. Crocs’ patented Croslite material is used to make all Crocs shoes for the food service industry, and is antimicrobial, odor resistant, and molds to the shape of your foot for a personalized fit. Crocs work shoes feature enhanced arch support and a closed-toe design, balancing comfort and safety perfectly.

Now Crocs has followed up the success of these earlier models with some great new designs, again giving food service some great options when it comes to finding a functional yet stylish shoe:Crocs Work Shoes: Same Function, More Style the Crocs Amaretto, Barista, and Alice all  represent a new innovation in work shoes for anyone who works in a restaurant.  This stylish shoe can be worn in even the most formal dining room yet is as comfortable as any other Crocs work shoe.  The leather upper and custom fit lace-up closure are perfect for anyone wanting a stylish fit.

Comfort means a Croslite footbed that relieves pressure on feet, legs, and back.  Crocs Lock tread means these work shoes are slip resistant in any situation, especially wet floor in restaurant kitchens.

If you’re a food service professional, do right by your feet and get some stylin’ Crocs today.  If you’re a manager or an owner, do right by your employees and get them outfitted!

One Response to Crocs Work Shoes: Same Function, More Style

  1. MINORA PASOS May 19, 2010 at 7:27 am #

    wiil you have womans style in the Amaretto, the Alice are good but too open on the top for work.

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