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Yes, even in winter with socks, feet will get too sweaty. But I got some for about $10 each., Anyone have any tips for how I could cut some holes into them? Like I need a big hole punch
Use a soldering iron or heat up something similar to burn holes. Hot metal easily makes holes in to this material
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are these specialist clogs essentially for people that cant wear open shoes for their jobs? im a sweat factory in my regular crocs sometimes. i cant imagine wearing these unvented ones sans socks.
The specialist vent has hole cut outs
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Use a soldering iron or heat up something similar to burn holes. Hot metal easily makes holes in to this material
But I wonder how toxic to be breathing burning EVA? ...What's the cheapest I can get a soldering iron for? Don't want to dig in dusty old garage for it
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The specialist vent has hole cut outs
So you think a sharp X-Acto knife would be easy enough? I think it would be hard to get the curves with X-Acto knife.... and the cut outs are along the sides, which I don't like for gardening because I always get twigs and dirt Through those holes. Maybe I could cut some triangles on the top with an X-Acto knife, but I wonder if that shape would promote tearing more?
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Use a soldering iron or heat up something similar to burn holes. Hot metal easily makes holes in to this material
What material is it
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How long does it take for the code to arrive, it's been over an hour.
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I wish the Men' Literides were on sale! Most comfortable shoes ever.
Too bad they discontinued their line with "fabric" top instead of rubber. I have a pair and I love how comfortable they are.

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Why not just take the vents out instead of closing them up on the Specialist clogs? Is it really saving that much money? I don't think anyone is buying them for the "vented look." If they're meant to be work in the workplace, I would think making them look less like crocs would be ideal.
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I find amazon ones superior to crocs, better grip and vent. These makes my feet sweat and wear out quickly. (I work in a hospital and walk about 10k steps during my shift)
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I find amazon ones superior to crocs, better grip and vent. These makes my feet sweat and wear out quickly. (I work in a hospital and walk about 10k steps during my shift)
which ones on amazon?
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What material is it
Close cell Eva
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Aren't these knock-offs of the Chinese Yeezy knock-offs?
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There is a typo in the OP. The first Crocs on the list are the "Specialist". These don't have vent holes. The second one is the "Specialist Vent" which DOES have vent holes cut out,
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My podiatrist told me to get these or Birkenstocks due to my flat feet. But these are usually so expensive and they don't look like they have arch support.

Any real alternatives? If I ask the doctor, that's another $150 charge.
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Use a soldering iron or heat up something similar to burn holes. Hot metal easily makes holes in to this material
Punch is a better idea, this may leave burn marks and leave a bad finish that could rub ur foot or be unsightly. No harm in brainstorming tho…
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