Crocs Unisex Adult Men’s and Women’s Bistro Graphic Clog | Slip Resistant Work Shoes

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  • Imported
  • Thermoplastic Elastomers sole
  • Shaft measures approximately not_applicable from arch
  • CROCS AT WORK: Clogs designed with food service, hospitality, and healthcare workers in mind, making great Nursing Shoes or Chef Shoes. They’re light and supportive enough to get you through even the longest shifts.
  • EASY TO CLEAN & SLIP RESISTANT: Crocs Bistro clogs are easy to clean by just using soap and water and allowing for a quick dry. Crocs Lock slip-resistant treads come together to serve up the best non-slip shoes for women and men.
  • WHAT SIZE SHOULD I BUY?: These work shoes offer a roomy fit and we recommend ordering a size down to the next largest whole size.
  • ENCLOSED TOE DESIGN: These Clogs offer an enclosed toe design and thicker metatarsal area to help protect your feet from spills. Contoured footbeds make them the most comfortable shoes for women and men.
  • CERTIFIED COMFORTABLE SHOES: Crocs that are fully ASTM F2913-11 tested, CE Certified. Meets or exceeds EN ISO 20347:2012, OB, SRC.

Specification: Crocs Unisex Adult Men’s and Women’s Bistro Graphic Clog | Slip Resistant Work Shoes

Package Dimensions

9.92 x 8.94 x 3.86 inches, 13.44 Ounces

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Date First Available

October 26, 2021



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  1. Avatar Of Luckymike


    I wear these shoes at the kennel I work at and they are prefect for cleaning and not worrying about slipping on water. My only con is that there are no breathable holes in them like regular crocs; so hair, debris and water will get stuck in by the toes. Some of the design has scraped off under dog nails but otherwise are holding up very well. Very easy to clean the bottoms. Do not use them to walk on snow or ice however, the snow will stick to the grips on the bottom and as soon as you step inside You will slide!!!

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    R. Moreno Jr.

    So I’ve never owned a pair of Crocs.

    But I got a chance to pickup a pair for $24. So I said, “What the heck?,” and went for it.

    To preface, I’ll be using them in a hospital setting. And I am also fully aware that they are a non-breathable material.

    So with that out of the way, my first priority was a solid top. If blood or other infectious material were to spill, I did not want it on my foot and socks.

    Some of the models come with holes everywhere. I could not have that in my situation.

    So a solid top was a must-have.

    Now…a caveat.

    I did drill a few holes on the SIDES of the Crocs. (See photos). This reduces the chances of having fluids contact my feet and socks when spilled….and most importantly, let’s my feet breathe.

    Once again, this is a non-porous, non-breathable material. And without proper ventilation, you are going to have funky sweaty feet after the end of your shift.

    I wear wool socks to work. Pure wool is naturally bacteriostatic. (Significantly reduces the chance of bacterial growth). And without bacteria, no odors. (No funky, stinky feet).

    Also take into account that they are basically sandals. So don’t FOOLISHLY think they are some crazy high-tech foot support. (Even the newer models). Once again…they are sandals.

    So if you purchase them thinking they are some type of “work-all-day-orthopedic-support-machines”…then I have a bridge to sell you for really cheap.

    Once again, they’re sandals. So don’t write negative reviews when your dumb self gets disappointed.

    I also read and saw great videos on how to properly fit your Crocs to your feet. And I’m glad some have taken the steps to experiment with ideas, and then share them with us.

    I followed these steps, and they fit perfectly…like a glove.

    1) Place two damp towels, and your new Crocs, in the dryer. Set it on HIGH, and let them tumble for exactly 5 minutes. No more, or you may damage them.

    2) Put on 3 (three) pairs of socks. That’s three socks on each foot.

    3) After the 5 minutes have passed, place the warm Crocs on your feet. Squeeze your feet in, so your toes are all the way into the tips of your Crocs. (DO NOT PUT ON THE REAR STRAP. LEAVE IT UP TOWARDS THE FRONT, AND NOT LOOPED AROUND YOUR HEEL)!

    Now walk around in them. Just walk around till they cool off. (A few minutes). Once again, make sure your toes are all the way to the front, and you are stretching the Croc material to confirm to your feet.

    4) Once the Croc has cooled, remove it, remove the extra socks, and put them back on.

    You should have a perfect fit.

    Like a glove.

    And juuuuuuuuust in case the rear strap may be too tight, put a blow dryer on it for a few seconds. And while the strap is still warm, put on the Crocks and place the strap behind your heel while it is still warm.

    Wa-La…perfect fit.

    Anyhoo, that’s what I did, and it fits like a glove.

    I’ve never had sweaty feet, even after 10+ hour shifts. And bodily fluids have never penetrated the top of the Crocs, nor gotten into the sides of the Crocs.

    I’m totally okay with sandals, as that’s all I wear in the hot, summer, NorCal months. So I have no problem wearing Crocs (sandals) during work.

    But like I said before. If you have never worn sandals for extended periods of time, and you expect an orthopedic miracle from plastic sandals…you’re an idiot.

    In closing, for $24, I got a smoking deal on a nicely designed pair of hospital working shoes.

    By the way, I’m part of a surgical team, and I do a ton of walking.

    Nuff said.

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    R. Moreno Jr.

    These things are amazing! I wear them for 12 hours a day in the ED and my feet don’t hurt at the end of shift. I used an exacto knife to carefully cut out vent holes on the sides. These crocs have pre existing closed off vent hole which I cut following the lines, and you can’t even tell they didn’t come like this from the factory. Super easy to clean and I don’t have to worry about fluids spilling into my shoes from the top. The side vents I cut out give me plenty of air flow so my feet aren’t drowning during my shift. The only thing I would recommend is to buy one size smaller. I wear an 11 wide, and the 11’s were way to big. I bought a 10 and they fit perfect!

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