Crocs Wants You to Forget About Its Clogs

The maker of the chunky shoes is counting on foreign sales
Photograph by Presselect/Alamy

Search online for “hate crocs” and you’ll quickly see why Crocs is eager to downplay the clunky clogs it unleashed on an unsuspecting world 11 years ago. Bloggers have denounced the rubbery footwear as ugly and an escalator tripping hazard. On YouTube, a woman cuts a yellow pair into pieces and then feeds them to a blender.

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