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CROCS INTRODUCES STRETCH SOLE COLLECTION WITH THE NEW FIT2U TECHNOLOGY™

CROCS INTRODUCES STRETCH SOLE COLLECTION WITH THE NEW FIT2U TECHNOLOGY™
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In store from April 2014

For Spring/Summer 2014 Crocs introduces a collection of shoes that fits, stretches and flexes like no other. The Stretch Sole flats and loafers are the first shoes to include Crocs´ new Fit2U Technology™. Enhanced with the signature comfort of Croslite™ material insoles, the new Stretch Sole styles are built with a stretch cord and a four-way stretch canvas upper to literally maximize the stretch and flexibility of the shoe.

“We’re thrilled to introduce this new innovative design for Crocs. No other shoe fits, flexes and frees you like Stretch Sole,” said Dale Bathum, Chief Product Officer at Crocs, Inc. ”The new collection features articulated outsole pods that flex with your feet, coupled with a removable Croslite™ material insole to provide cushion all day long.”

“The original inspiration for the design came from a sock. Nothing is more comfortable or fits better than a sock, said Mike Gossett, Product Line Director at Crocs, Inc. “This is truly a unique innovation that takes comfort to the next level.”
Designed in a variety of bright and neutral colours, the new Stretch Sole Collection provides a range of new comfortable offerings for men and women. Women can choose between a flat and a loafer, while men have the option of either the loafer or a lace-up shoe.

Stretch Sole Flat

The Women’s Stretch Sole Flat is that unexpected silhouette that twists and flexes to fit your lifestyle. You can tackle whatever the day sends your way, confident that your feet will remain comfortable – You will hardly notice wearing shoes, but are able to enjoy its fashionable and comfortable features. The Stretch Sole Flat is available from size 35 to size 42.

Pop into your local Crocs store at Churchill Square, Brighton

www.churchillsquare.com

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