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The history of the brand Crocs

The Crocs brand was created in 2002 by three friends: Lyndon "Duke" Hanson, Scott Seamans, and George Boedecker Jr. in Boulder, Colorado. They had originally designed a shoe for sailing and water sports, a sort of lightweight, wear-resistant, slip-resistant clog with appropriate ventilation. These shoes were initially intended as a solution for sailors to avoid slipping on deck.

The key material used in the design of this sandal Crocs is a type of plastic resin called Croslite. It's neither plastic nor rubber. Croslite gives Crocs shoes their distinctive lightness, cushioning comfort, and ability not to mark surfaces.

Crocs made its debut at a boat show in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The designers were stunned by the success: they sold 1,000 pairs that day. The response was extraordinarily positive, which quickly led to expansion far beyond the nautical world.

What began as a shoe for sailors quickly turned into a global phenomenon, embraced by all kinds of people for different occasions. From gardeners to surgeons, celebrities to tourists, Crocs have found a place in the feet of millions of people around the world.

Over the years, the brand has evolved, offering new designs, collaborations with renowned designers, and adapting to trends while remaining true to its essence of comfort and practicality.

The birth of Crocs shoes is a fine example of how a simple idea can meet a need and become a global trend.

The distinctive features of sandals Crocs

When we talk about shoes that have left an indelible mark on the fashion world, we can't ignore Crocs sandals. They're often associated with incomparable comfort, but what really makes these sandals so special? Let's take a closer look at their characteristics.

At the heart of every pair of Crocs women's and Crocs men's sandals is Croslite™, a closed-cell resin that gives these sandals their iconic lightness. More than just lightweight, this material offers softness that conforms to the shape of the foot, ensuring all-day comfort. What's more, it offers exceptional resistance to wear and will not mark surfaces.

Crocs sandals are designed with the anatomy of the foot in mind. Bumps on the insole provide a gentle, stimulating massage, encouraging circulation.

Openings on the top and sides of the sandals provide excellent ventilation, ideal for hot days. What's more, these holes provide efficient drainage, making these sandals perfect for water activities.

The Croslite™ material not only resists wear and tear, but is also easy to clean. A simple sponge and a little water are all it takes to restore your Crocs flip-flop to its original shine.

Whether on the beach, in the garden, at home or in the city, Crocs sandals can be adapted to almost any situation. Their versatile design and durability make them an ideal choice for a variety of activities.

The 3 trendiest pairs of Crocs:

As previously mentioned, the Crocs range offers an impressive variety, oscillating between traditional models and bold designs. The current trend pushes us to think outside the box, leaving behind the conventional to embrace the unique - a sure way to add a touch of freshness to our usual outfits.

At Limited Resell, we are proud to present our flagship product: the Crocs Classic Clog Dreamworks Shrek. These Crocs Shrek shoes, sporting a distinctive green color, are a nostalgic reminder of the iconic "Shrek" film. Let yourself be transported to those sweet childhood memories!

In the same nostalgic vein, discoverthe Crocs Classic Clog Lightning McQueen. This Crocs flash mcqueen pays tribute to the famous "Cars" cartoon. Give your feet a dynamic, racecar-inspired look with this bright red Crocs cars model.

And, for those looking to project themselves into the future while staying in the bold Crocs spirit, we present the avant-garde Crocs Pollex Clog Salehe Bembury Tide. With their futuristic aesthetic and deep blue hue, these Crocs Salehe Bembury are sure to make you stand out from the crowd.

So, which team do you choose? Bold originality or sobriety?