was over the moon to be sent a pair of the new Star Wars Crocs.
A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on Oct 15, 2015 at 1:48pm PDT
He is a big fan of Star Wars and wanted to wear them straight away whilst
waving his light sabre around! His
older brother already has a pair of Crocs but they are nowhere
near as exciting as these, so I have a feeling eldest will be quickly trying to
add one of the new Star Wars designs to his Christmas list.
are great shoes at any time of course, casual, comfortable and lightweight, but
I have a feeling the Star Wars theme is going to prove VERY popular with
children everywhere. The ones youngest
had were CrocsLights so they also glow when you stamp your feet, the extra novelty
of the light made him even more pleased than normal with his new shoes.
The CrocsLights Star Wars Jedi Clog retail at £39.99 but
you can buy some of the other Star Wars designs for £26.99. We are also keen to see what the accessories
are about, they have a Darth Vader and Yoda sound on the Crocs website for
£6.99 each. Extras like that are only
going to make my boys even more enthusiastic about Crocs generally.
are nice looking shoes; they have incorporated the Star Wars element in well
but its not too overwhelming in this pair we were reviewing. The Yoda and Creative Crocs Star Wars have
bolder pictures if you want something more noticeable. However I do like the Star Wars wording on
the heel strap of each of the kids range.
panic Crocs have two options for the grown ups, one being the Classic Star Wars
Clog (£39.99) with the heel strap inscribed with the start of the opening
long time ago in a galaxy far, far away” and the other Episode VII Clog
(£39.99) with scenes from the film, dark side on one clog and the light side on