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Summer style with Crocs

Media Release 9 October 2008


Summer style with Crocs™

It’s time to throw off those winter blues and kick up your feet for summer with the fantastic new summer range from international shoe sensation Crocs™.

With ten fabulous new styles to appeal to everyone from the fashionable to the adventurous, the young and the old, the new Crocs™ collection will ensure you spend the summer in comfort and style.

Treat your feet like the queen of the isle with the new Crocs™ Capri Canvas. A take on the original Crocs™ Capri style in a new canvas material, this slip on women’s sandal has a relaxed fit, slender footbed and will keep you looking good all summer long.

Cruise the beach and dance the night away in the gorgeous new Crocs™ Malindi. This highly wearable and fashionably fun flat is slim fitting and has been designed to allow feet to breathe even in the warmest weather.

Men can take on any adventure this summer in the rugged new Crocs™ Tikali. Constructed with a vented Croslite™ shell and a leather lined strap, the Crocs™ Tikali™ is lightweight and made for the active, go anywhere lifestyle. From trail to beach to reef it has you covered.

For a more casual, stylish look that will take men from boat to barbeque, the Crocs™ Yukon™ is a great option. Crocs™ Yukon has a leather upper and is available in neutral tones to add sophistication to this ultra comfortable shoe.

Cool meets comfort in a whole new way with Crocs™ Santa Cruz. This casual beach style is available in a variety of colour combinations and sizes to appeal to men, women and children.

The new Crocs™ range also includes the hot new high heeled Cyprus™, the laid back Crete Canvas, and the popular Crocs™ Capri is now available in three summery new colours.

Perfect for little feet are the gorgeous new Crocs™ Otter. An easy on, easy off, all-day sandal, Crocs™ Otter is perfect for kids who never stop. Available in a range of fantastic colour combos they are great for the beach, Jibbitz friendly and oh so cute.

Crocs™ have also added the irresistible Pelican to their children’s range. Designed specifically for toddlers, Crocs™ Pelican features elastic zones on the sides of the heels allowing flexibility for growing feet and a canvas upper for breathability. Available in bright summery colours, this is a shoe for little feet that will inspire big steps.

All the styles have been designed and made with Crocs™ unique material, Croslite™ and feature leather and canvas. With something for everyone, the Crocs™ SS08/09 range promises you style all summer long.

Capri Canvas RRP $55.00
Crete Canvas RRP $55.00
Malindi RRP $45.00
Tikali RRP $85.00
Yukon $ 65.00
Santa Cruz – Men RRP $65.00
Santa Cruz – Women RRP $65.00
Cyprus RRP $65.00
Otter RRP $55.00
Pelican RRP $45.00

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Note to Editors:
Crocs, Inc. is a rapidly growing designer, manufacturer and retailer of footwear for men, women and children under the Crocstm brand and has been selling in New Zealand since late 2005.

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. All Crocstm brand shoes feature Crocs' proprietary closed-cell resin, Croslitetm, which represents a substantial innovation in footwear. The Croslitetm material enables us to produce soft, comfortable, lightweight, superior-gripping, non-marking and odour-resistant shoes.

These unique elements make Crocstm footwear ideal for casual wear, as well as for professional and recreational uses such as boating, hiking, hospitality and gardening. The versatile use of the material has enabled us to successfully market our products to a broad range of consumers. In 2006, the company acquired Jibbitz LLC, a unique accessory brand with colourful snap-on products specifically suited for Crocs shoes.

Today, more than 1,600 Jibbitz designs are available to consumers for personalizing and customizing their Crocs™ footwear. Crocs are sold in more than 100 countries and come in a wide array of colors and styles. Please visit http://www.crocs.net.nz/ for additional information.

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