Can You Wear Crocs at Chick Fil A?

According to the Chick-Fil-A dress code, certain Crocs fall into the category of wearable shoes for a staff working at the Company. Fantastic slip-resistant models like the Women’s Kadee Workflats and Yukon Vista Clogs that possess what they call the “Crocs Lock Treading†are accepted for food services like Chick-Fil-A. Much like any other workplace, … Read more

How to Cook Crocs

Yesterday, I told a friend that I want to try this “cooking crocs” thingy and then share my experience with my readers. He was initially skeptical and almost asked if I was Nuts! Long story short, he saw it as an exciting experiment and helped me in the preparation process. After all, the world would … Read more

Why Do My Crocs Smell So Bad?

The material that Crocs is made of disallows it from making air to pass in and out of the shoes, and when this happens, your feet perspires, causing your feet and your Crocs to smell. One of the ways to deal with these is wearing thick socks with your Crocs. But that doesn’t solve it … Read more

Why Do Converse Make My Feet Look Long?

Converse creates this illusion of being very long at the feet when you stare straight down at the sneakers. You are the only one that thinks this way, no one else. This is nothing to worry about at all, as all shoes give this perception. Also, Converse shoes have a pretty long “tongue” that reaches … Read more

Can I Melt My Crocs?

Yes, you can. Crocs have the potential to melt under extreme temperatures of about 150 to 300 degrees Fahrenheit. This is because Crocs are manufactured using a patented closed-cell resin known as Croslite which can melt when exposed to the heat of high intensity. Also, immersing your favorite Crocs foam clogs into direct fire or … Read more