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Keep Feet Cool with Capri Crocs

Media Release
20 November 2007

Keep Feet Cool with Capri Crocs

Keep your feet cool and smelling sweet this summer with Crocs™ new Capri™ jandals.

A hot summer shoe that is both fun and functional, Capri Crocs are the newest addition to the Crocs innovative footwear collection. Fusing fashion with fun and functionality, Capri Crocs deliver ultimate style and comfort and are the coolest thing to wear on your feet this summer.

Crocs new Capri, designed exclusively for women, strike a balance between the aesthetic needs of women on the go, while at the same time providing superior comfort and support.

To keep feet feeling fine, Crocs have incorporated a super-soft and stylish micro-fibre upper, and double-cushioned circulation nubs that massage feet with every step.

Embodying all the signature qualities of authentic Crocs, Capri are made from the revolutionary material Croslite™ that is odour, bacteria and slip-resistant - sure to keep feet smelling sweet this summer!

Capri Crocs go effortlessly from beach to bar on a slender foot-bed with an elegantly elevated wedge heel, making these the perfect shoes to accompany every girl’s summer wardrobe.

Available in a range of stylish two-tone colour combinations, Capri Crocs are a real treat for your feet!

RRP $49.95


Note to Editors:

Crocs have been selling in New Zealand since late 2005, and are fast becoming the next big shoe phenomenon following trends already witnessed in the UK, USA and Asia. Original Crocs designs have already established an enviable reputation as one of the best-selling styles in the USA and are praised for their durability, versatility and maximum comfort.

In 2002, Crocs introduced its original Beach™ model as a solution for boaters who needed slip-resistant shoes that did not mark boat decks. However, the popularity of Crocs has since extended well beyond the traditional marine community by attracting a broad demographic of consumers with its fun and fashionable comfort footwear.
Crocs has continued to expand its footwear line and now offers 40 unique shoe models in up to 25 colours.

Crocs are made of a proprietary closed-cell resin called Croslite™, which warms and softens with body heat and moulds to the foot of its user. Croslite is a material unique to Crocs that is odour-resistant, lightweight and gives the feeling of walking on air. Designed with built-in arch and heel support, the Crocs range aims to help reduce muscle fatigue in the feet and legs. The ultimate in comfort and functionality, Crocs are the only shoes to have been praised and certified by United States Ergonomics.


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