Crocs Shoes have become an internationally recognized name in footwear in a very short amount of time. That’s due to the non-slip, comfortable, and convenient universal usability of the original Croc. The Boulder, CO company has built upon this success by developing several new styles made specifically for the food service industry.
Crocs universal styles include the Bistro and the Velocity, two shoes built with the food service industry in mind. These shoes are built for roomy comfort and feature non-slip soles, arch support, and anti-microbial material. The sole molds to the shape of your foot for a personalized fit and makes it easy to be on your feet all day.
Some people have complained these Crocs are not very breathable and can get too hot, especially in the kitchen. In general, however, the response from food service professionals in both the front and back of the house has been very good.
Crocs has followed up the release of the Bistro and the Velocity with two styles designed specifically for women in the food service industry: the Ginger and the Saffron.
The Ginger has a two inch wedge heel for style and comfort, plus all the great features of normal Crocs including non-slip soles, customized comfort, and tough durability.
The Saffron is a tasteful take on the classic Crocs shoe Mary Jane, and also retains core features including non-slip soles, roomy comfort, and tough durability.
The Saffron and the Ginger are fairly new to the market and do not have many reviews written about them (at least not that I could find), so if you have worn any of these Crocs shoes in a food service job, leave a comment below and let us know how you like (or dislike) them!
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