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Crocs Specialist™ – Work never felt so good

Media Release 22 July 2008


Crocs Specialist™ – Work never felt so good

Crocs™ has created the ultimate professional medical shoe. The latest in the Crocs At Work™ line, the Crocs™ Specialist™ brings comfort, safety and style to the hospital floor.

Crocs Specialist is designed specifically for those in the medical profession. Unlike the original Crocs, it has no holes and has been designed to meet stringent workplace safety requirements.

Based on the original Crocs™ clog design, Crocs Specialist™ is a fully enclosed shoe, has a thicker toe area protecting the top of the foot from any medical mishaps and added arch support to reduce ache from standing long hours. Unique Italian material Croslite™ ensures Crocs Specialist™ conforms to the foot creating an immaculate custom fit and features footbed circulation nubs to ensure all day comfort.

Available in black, navy and pearl, Crocs Specialist™ introduces fun and style into the workplace, is certified by US Ergonomics, is odor and bacteria resistant and can be easily cleaned with soap and water.

“With the introduction of workplace-geared designs such as the Specialist™, we are further expanding our footwear offerings to provide a functional, high-comfort footwear without holes to meet a high level of compliance in workplace environments,” said Ron Snyder, CEO of Crocs™.

“Crocs™ footwear’s unique blend of fashion and function makes these new shoe models the perfect workplace footwear solution.”

Crocs™ Specialist™ RRP $60.00
For stockist info please phone 0800 286 303 or visit: www.crocs.net.nz


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