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Rubber clogs??

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Mercy Thu 01-Jun-06 20:59:26

Are they the latest must have then?

Have seen a few pairs worn recently in really bright blue, and purple.

expatinscotland Thu 01-Jun-06 21:00:09

i have some from 'crocs' en route. can't wait to get 'em!

Mercy Thu 01-Jun-06 21:09:30

Aha, have just googled crocs!

JanH Thu 01-Jun-06 21:14:31

Lidl have them occasionally, in green mostly (for gardening) but also bright yellow recently, for about £2.

JanH Thu 01-Jun-06 21:15:59

(Theirs don't have straps or holes in though)

YellowFeathers Thu 01-Jun-06 21:17:47

Really Expat?

I had you in my secret little shoe clique too!

Californifrau Thu 01-Jun-06 21:25:55

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fairyfly Thu 01-Jun-06 21:27:17

I want the orange ones, now.

Mercy Thu 01-Jun-06 21:28:58

They do make me think of hospitals tbh

controlfreaky2 Thu 01-Jun-06 23:21:57

they are as hideous as a really hideous thing

brimfull Thu 01-Jun-06 23:34:54

I have a purple pair sitting at the back door,really handy for popping out to the garden to cut my fresh hebs whilst cooking amazing meal!

Linnet Thu 01-Jun-06 23:44:20

When we were in Florida last year it seemed that every second person we passed had a pair of these, I think they're really cool

Haven't seen anyone here wearing them yet though

SHHHH Fri 02-Jun-06 08:38:38

I am sure sketchers do them..well I have defo seem them for babies. Quite cute imo esp for tiny babies BUT not practical at all.!!! LOL at fashion..!!

FillyjonktheSnibbet Fri 02-Jun-06 08:43:34

god they are vile.

look like what asylum patients had to wear.

cupcakes Fri 02-Jun-06 09:05:40

they have childrens ones in Russell and Bromley.

hettie Fri 02-Jun-06 09:46:25

they have much cheaper ones (exactly the same) in new look

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