|M||8 through 9|
|L||9.5 through 10.5|
|XL||11 through 12|
|XXL||12.5 through 13|
- 100% Synthetic
- LIGHTWEIGHT COMFORT: Compressed Foam material is Super Light and comfortable, for all-day wear.
- EASY-ON, EASY-OFF: Clog step-in style is easy to wear.
- ROOMY FIT: The clog form offers a roomy fit to most feet.
- OFFICIAL REALTREE CAMO: These clogs have an official Realtree Camo print
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REALTREE Camouflage Lightweight Clogs are great utility shoes, perfect around the house, yard or out and about. The easy-on, easy off slip on clog styling in a super, lightweight cushioning molded material makes these a comfortable alternative to closed up shoes. Built for comfort from a compressed foam material, these are also easy to clean and water friendly. The official Realtree camo printed pattern gives these a great look. They come in whole sizes, comparable to a somewhat loose fit for a shoe.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Yes
- Package Dimensions : 12.7 x 7 x 3.2 inches; 13.6 Ounces
- Item model number : CMNS2795RT
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : September 10, 2017
- ASIN : B01LZVQN0X
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- #37 in Men's Mules & Clogs
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I had a pair of the regular lines camo clog-type and they were awesome. They had the holes in the top and breathed as good as can be expected, but I wore them outside and eventually the holes allowed all kinds of small debris/sticks/wood chips/etc to lodge and collect between the shoe and liner and was impossible to remove and became unbearable. They were warm and made your feet sweat, but it is what it is. I wanted another pair and saw these.
The positive? No holes. The negative? No holes.
I slipped my feet inside them and instantly realized it’s gonna have to be pretty cold to wear these. No ventilation whatsoever and they seem much more narrow that the clogs, so they are snug on the sides but have heel/toe movement.
Overall worth the $20 but are gonna have to maintain and keep dry, as I see some serious sweating in my feet’s future.
But definitely sacrifice some comfort for extra durability!
First experience wearing. Was very unhappy first couple days. But once broken in...they begin to flex better. And shape to your feet.
Also... wearing with socks, makes a huge difference. With decent...or winter socks..
They make the slippers alot more comfortable... especially before breaking them in.
Give these slippers couple days to break in...before making final judgment.
Decided to keep mine...
Regardless of each person's personal comfort level. The strength and durability of these slippers..cannot be overlooked!
I believe after breaking, and shaping these slippers... they're great for light outdoor chores.
Now in search of custom gel, or padded inserts.
Final review after the inserts...if they improve comfort level
UPDATE: After wearing these for a few months, they are starting to fit a little better, albeit still a little tight around my ankles. But something that is somewhat annoying is that the Sherpa lining collects bits of weeds, mainly grass seed that pokes my feet and is difficult to remove. This lining is also a little too warm in the summer.