3 thoughts on “Crocs Women’s Rainfloe Bootie Rain Boot

  1. 10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Perfect boot for yard and garden, December 18, 2016
    CheriJ (Port Angeles, WA) –

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    Love this boot! It’s perfect for what I wanted…but it does have some limitations. What I needed was a lightweight pull-on boot to wear in the yard and garden, since it’s often muddy here on the Olympic Peninsula. In warm weather, these sit at my back door, so I can easily grab them when it’s time for yard work; in colder weather, they’re in a boot tray near the front door, so I can pop them on to run outside when the mail or package delivery trucks are outside honking. They’re super light in weight, are short and wide enough that they’re very easy to pull on, yet just tall enough that you can tuck your jeans in to keep them dry (and they work just fine even if you have wider calves). That being said…they’re extremely thin, with no real arch support, so I wouldn’t want to wear them for walking longer distances or for keeping my feet warm (dry, yes; warm, not so much). Sizewise, they fit pretty much as expected–I wear between a 6.5 and a 7 in USA sizes, and the 7 medium fits a tiny bit on the loose side, which is what I wanted. With a pair of heavy socks, they’re great. I’ve never really cared much for the crocs brand in general, but these are exactly what I was looking for. Very pleased!
  2. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent short rainboots, September 29, 2017
    K. Albeck (New York) –

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    I have dreadful feet – flattened and bunioned, surgeried and replacement jointed. As I result, I hate buying shoes in general and particularly online. However, I’ve had enough Crocs to trust the design.

    These fit like all Crocs – a little wide but otherwise true to size. They don’t offer much in the way of support – I buy a size up then fit them with gel insoles – or warmth, but that’s what wool socks are for.

    I am a professional landscape gardener who also works on a farm and has dogs, so I’m out in the mud quite a bit. I’ve had Muck boots in the past, but while they feel nice, they don’t last (and at that price point I feel as though they should.)

    These also come in nice, sedate colors which is good when trying to look at least a bit professional while still keeping my feet dry. Croc rain boots are like older cars with standard shifts and simple motors – nothing flashy, but little to go wrong as well.

  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    hard to get them to fit right, January 18, 2017
    JA (Walton, OR, US) –

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    I love them if I could get them to stop eating my socks. They slip in the back. Also they press down on the top of my foot… especially my right one. I am trying to get them to raise up at that point and defeat the sock eating.
    Might sound like I don’t like them but I do like them… just wished they liked me.

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