Crocs Incorporated is introducing two shoes without the trademark holes that are designed for medical professionals.
The Niwot, Colo. based company said both models are made with the company's patented proprietary closed-cell resin and offer more protection for the top of the foot.
Some hospital professionals have been concerned about the holes scattered across the top of Crocs shoes because of the potential for injury if falling instruments hit their feet.
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