Is the Crocs Sexi Sandal a Bunch of Croc?

At the Frequent Traveler University earlier this year, a reader told me about the Crocs Sexi Sandal, a supposedly attractive, comfortable sandal that looks nothing like your typical Crocs. I looked it up, and I agreed!

Crocs Sexi Sandal

The question was whether they were comfortable. I took them on my recent Asia vacation to try them out. My friend couldn’t believe they were made by Crocs.

Crocs Sexi Sandal

I put them on for the half mile walk uphill from our hotel to the Hong Kong Peak Tram. The sole was incredibly comfortable and I really appreciated the super soft, gel-like straps which didn’t hurt the massive bruise I had on the top of my foot from falling down the stairs a week before. But no sooner had we reached the tram then one of Hong Kong’s signature rainstorms happened. We headed back to the hotel in nearly horizontal rain, getting completely soaked.

Crocs Sexi Sandal Dont Add Water

Shortly after this picture was taken, I discovered the flaw of the Crocs Sexi Sandal. As I was crossing an intersection, my foot suddenly slipped inside the shoe and went sliding all the way out the front, nearly making me fall in the road and leaving the shoe awkwardly stuck on my heel/ankle. Once it dried, I had no problems.

So I definitely recommend the shoe for a casual, comfortable sandal to wear site-seeing, just don’t add water!

Where to buy? I stalked them on Amazon for a few weeks and the price ranges from $21-$35, so if you’re not in a hurry, add it to your cart and wait for it to drop in price. 6pm.com currently has them on sale for $24.50!

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  • Lindsay

    Oh no! I feel bad, since I recommended them to you. I haven’t had this problem, but I don’t think I’ve walked in them in really heavy rain, just light rain. And the ankle strap on mine is pretty well fitted on me.

    They are so comfortable though! I’m wearing them almost daily because my feet are starting to swell (yay, pregnancy + this 100 degree heat we’ve been having).

    • Keri Anderson

      I still love them! I just know not to walk in the rain or a river in them. The ankle strap is why they became awkward, the entire sole slid backward on my foot, but still stayed attached to my ankle :)

 
 

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