Crocs For Docs: Shoe Company Caters To Hospitals

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

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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  • by Debie Location: Colorado Springs on Sep 18, 2007 at 06:35 AM
    Donna, please re-read the article. Crocs isn't giving them away, only bringing out 2 new models, with out the holes, which isn't totally new. Mine have no holes, and they are Crocs.
  • by Donna Location: Colorado Springs on Sep 17, 2007 at 06:03 PM
    I'm so glad that the poor Doctors are getting free Crocs since they probably can't afford to buy shoes.. What is it with the big companies that show their good will to those who can afford most anything when there are people who can't afford a pair of shoes for their children? Want to impress the public ?? Why not give some good will to those who need it???
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