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Old 11-20-2007, 09:20 PM   #1
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You know those clear shoes for sock knitters?
I saw some in LARGE sizes
big enough for ME, and THAT is saying something!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.knittersdreamstore.com/se...w&sfs=23d98a6c

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Old 11-20-2007, 09:21 PM   #2
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I'd never seen those, they're such a cute idea!
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Old 11-20-2007, 10:11 PM   #3
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I have seen boots, but they only fit TINY adults or kids.
but never anything could hope to fit in, or my kids even (my youngest wears a size 8 womens, she is 9yo)

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Old 11-20-2007, 10:51 PM   #4
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I'll say this about that....I am so glad you put a valid link on here for knitters shoes. If you go to regia.com they give you this long list of links, and by the time any of them have some in stock at absorbently outrageous prices, then you have the problem of the vendor having them in your size and getting them to you in a timely manner...like i dont know they ordered a pair when my order came in and then had trouble finding an available pair of size 9's, haha. I do have a question though...I have two pair of the regia originals...one is a size 8 as i was told 'they should fit becuz they run large' and that pair went to my daughter who has a smaller foot, and the other pair that does fit...after a while, they turned yellowish...anyone know how to restore the shoes back to clear? my daugther wont wear the 'yellow wonders' which means money wasted and i certainly can not afford to buy a new pair everytime they fade. hahah and wont. any suggestions?
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Old 11-20-2007, 11:09 PM   #5
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have you tried clorox?
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Old 11-21-2007, 07:40 AM   #6
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I've been thinking about getting the clogs. I already have boots that fit my size 9 feet. I bought those years ago. Mine haven't yellowed, I don't know why - maybe because I really only wear them on rainy days.
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Old 11-21-2007, 02:50 PM   #7
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I tried on a pair of those once and they hurt my feet SO badly! I wish Crocs would come in clear
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Originally Posted by knitncook View Post
I tried on a pair of those once and they hurt my feet SO badly! I wish Crocs would come in clear
Knitncook i actually emailed them that suggestion. not sure that it could be done with their material but if they could... aaaah.... the angel chorus!

i did buy a pair and the size i got fit fine without a sock on but with a sock they would be really snug. i will have to look and see what size i bought... the 8 in mens i think. ... if someone wanted them i would definitely be willing to sell...lol
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Originally Posted by brendajos View Post
Knitncook i actually emailed them that suggestion. not sure that it could be done with their material but if they could... aaaah.... the angel chorus!

i did buy a pair and the size i got fit fine without a sock on but with a sock they would be really snug. i will have to look and see what size i bought... the 8 in mens i think. ... if someone wanted them i would definitely be willing to sell...lol
I love my crocs but the large are too big but great with socks and medium fit great but I can't wear socks. I wonder if the ones with actual sizes are the same. These clogs are cute with socks. Maybe we'll all get lucky and Crocs will make them.
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Converse just came out with a clear pair!
http://www.journeys.com/catalog_deta...letic&id=63450
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