These Crocs With Fur Are the Best Things You'll Ever Put on Your Feet
Have enough shoes? Not if you don't own a pair of Crocs. Over 300 million pairs of Crocs have been sold, and people really love the Crocs with fur.
The fur-lined crocs have more than 40,000 five-star reviews on Amazon. For good reason.
Crocs with fur are the slip-ons we didn’t know we needed.
They look cozy, don't they? That's because they are, and you can decorate them with cute pins.
Are they ugly? Absolutely. Do we care? Not even a little.
Admittedly, Crocs aren't winning any beauty contests. They're clunky and made of rubber, like the shoes your dad wore to mow the lawn in 1985. And that's kind of the entire point. They're so comfy, they even outclass cuter ballet flats and chucks.
This photo isn't a publicity stunt. It was shared by a reviewer whose entire family loves Crocs, especially Crocs with fur. Hardwood floors can be hard on your feet, so the family has a collection of Crocs to wear around the house.
"The fleece-lined 'winter Crocs' are the latest and greatest to be added to the collection," said Doug and Carrie. "Mine are in black, and since I’m currently working from home, they're like dress shoes right? My wife's first pair are white with stylish contrasting grey fleece. The daughters also caved and got some 'Just to wear inside on the hard floors you understand.' Mmm-huh… I'm working on the rest of the adult children. I expect full compliance by summer."
There's so much to love about the classic Croc.
Doug isn't the only one obsessed with Crocs, fur-lined or otherwise. Crocs were invented in 2002. They were first designed as boating shoes, released at the Fort Lauderdale Boat Show in Florida. The first 200 pairs instantly sold out.
It's easy to see why. They're insanely comfortable, easy to slip on and never stink. Forget boating. From walking the dog to grocery shopping, the original Crocs are like walking on squishy, rubber clouds.
The wide toe box of Crocs is ergonomically designed.
So many shoes these days are made with narrow toe boxes. While we're thrilled that pointed high heels are less popular than they used to be, most shoes are still made with toe boxes that are too narrow to allow natural movement.
The human foot was made to spread out with each step. Our toes were meant to be used for balance, but when they're squeezed into a narrow shoe, they can't do their job right. Too-tight shoes can also cause foot problems like plantar fasciitis and bunions.
Alternatively, the wide, relaxed fit of Crocs leaves plenty of room for your toes to move. It's like walking barefoot in a bouncy castle. Crocs with fur are even more heavenly.
While they're not made for running, Crocs are impressively versatile.
Before we get too crazy, we'd like to specify that we don't recommend doing gymnastics in Crocs or using them to train for a 5K. Their looser fit mean they don't have enough stability in the heel to be used for training.
For most other activities, however, they're awesome. Crocs with fur are perfectly supportive enough to take the dog for a nice, long walk, and they make an afternoon of chores and errands so much less of a pain in the butt. (Well, feet, actually.)
Just listen to what the people have to say.
Brittany raves about them: "THESE ARE AMAZING! I have many chronic pain/nerve/Autoimmune issues and CRPS so I am always on a search for a comfortable shoe (which is almost impossible because of my CRPS) but these CROCS, which I said I would never buy, are the best shoes I have ever purchased. They're comfortably lined, perfect for slip-on or wear as a backed shoe and it's just comfy to wear in bed or walking around. If you have any similar issues or have back pain (not saying it bc I'm not a doc just a patient with degenerative disc disease and osteoarthritis) get these shoes. I hope it will help you!"
FamilyofLove loves them: "I’m really obsessed with these. I’ve just gotten into Crocs and now I can’t stop. Before this, I only had a pair of the classic Crocs. They’re a bit more roomy compared to these fur-lined ones. The classic Crocs run big, but these are spot on. I’m a women’s 10."
And, finally, Emily: "Let's be real here. Crocs are one of the most comfortable shoes out there. BUT THIS LINED CROC. This thing is next level. These shoes are king of kings dawg. My feet feel like they are in clouds. Homie this is by far my favorite house shoe. Okay got it? Buy you a few pairs. You deserve it."
What more can we say?
Crocs are so deliciously comfy that Justin Bieber ate one.
Remember when cake that resembled non-cake items was a thing? For some reason, Justin Bieber ate a Croc. They go on your feet, Justin, not in your face.
Honestly, though, slipping your foot into a Croc with fur is about as soft as walking on cake. And it's way less sticky.
There was also a TikTok trend where people 'Croc'd' their relatives.
Assaulting your family members with tie-dye Crocs seems like a step too far, but whatever it takes to win them over. Once they try a pair on, they'll definitely forgive you for the shoe to the face.
But you don't need to throw Crocs at your mom (and please don't). Just buy her a pair. The fur inside will do all the talking.
Even the dogs of TikTok love Crocs with fur.
Really gives a whole new meaning to "boots with the fur," eh?
Fluffy Crocs don’t discriminate. Most models are unisex.
You've seen what they look like. Crocs aren't feminine or masculine. Crocs simply are. They've reached enlightenment. Join them.
There are even Crocs with fur for kids.
Crocs might be the best purchase for kids ever. Like, ever. Flip-flops are pure junk. The straps leave blisters after lots of walking, and eventually, they tear out at the most inconvenient times. But no kid wants to wear tennis shoes to the beach. Crocs are the answer.
They're great for trips to the park, too, especially in wet weather. If they get muddy, who cares? Just rinse them off.
Crocs with fur translate into extra-cozy kid slip-ons during chillier months. In any language. Just wash the lining when it starts to get stinky, dry it and replace it to resume walking on clouds.
If your feet are big enough, Crocs can double as storage.
This doesn't seem like the most convenient way to carry your water bottle or tote some snacks to the park, but it's worth a try.
Even Bernie's a fan.
Obviously, this is photoshopped. But Bernie would totally be into Crocs with fur to match his mittens.
Remember, comfort is king.
And the pros of fur-lined Crocs heavily outweigh the cons.
Let's run through the list, shall we?
- Crazy comfortable
- Virtually indestructible and long-lasting
- Easy to wash
- Doesn't retain smells or moisture
- Easy to slip on
- The cozy fur lining can be removed to throw in the wash
- Fits the whole family
- Not ideal for sneaking into Paris Fashion Week
- Probably not the greatest choice for running a marathon
- Too casual even for casual Friday (or are they?)
Most of us work from home these days anyways. For those back in an office, casual style has gotten more casual, with companies loosening dress codes and allowing workers to "dress for your day." So go ahead and wear a button-down on the top and pajama pants and Crocs on the bottom.
There are even cozy, close-toed Crocs with fur for winter.