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$13 good price but shipping makes it not so slickdeal
Nothing says beta male more than a guy who looks at people's footwear and makes character judgements from them.
The tool you would be looking for would be a leather punch. You would essentially put a block of wood on one side of the material, and then hammer a hole in it from the other. I don't know that it would look all that clean, but it would definitely be your best shot at ending up with a reasonable finish.

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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.
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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.
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
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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
The tool you would be looking for would be a leather punch. You would essentially put a block of wood on one side of the material, and then hammer a hole in it from the other. I don't know that it would look all that clean, but it would definitely be your best shot at ending up with a reasonable finish.
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I wish the Men' Literides were on sale! Most comfortable shoes ever.
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I usually buy the cheap clones at Walmart for yard work.
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I wish the Men' Literides were on sale! Most comfortable shoes ever.
I've been wearing the literide pacers all summer. Love them!
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good deal
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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
Harbor freight has a leather punch for like $8
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I usually buy the cheap clones at Walmart for yard work.
My brother bought a bunch of them once and they lasted for years. I was really surprised with the durability of the Walmart knockoff Crocs. I might have to buy some for shower shoes.
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$13 good price but shipping makes it not so slickdeal
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I usually buy the cheap clones at Walmart for yard work.
I bought generics at Walmart for $10-$12 and they lasted years. Good for yard work. You don't have choice of colors with this Crocs deal
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I have two models of crocs. This style and "classic" clog (see here [crocs.com]). As others have said, the OP's model makes your feet extremely warm and you cannot wear these without socks as you'll be squeking constantly from you foot slipping around in the croc from the sweat.

They aren't too bad if you are wearing socks but seem to be much firmer than the classic style and take some getting them broken in.
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