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Longleaf Camouflage Clogs w/Strap

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Longleaf Camouflage Solid Toe Clogs feature brown base with solid toe and ankle strap.

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  1. Not bad for the price.........

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Apr 2014

    I ordered a large (7-8) after reading someone said they run small........ they were too big. I then ordered a small (5-6)....... *almost* too small and the strap on one foot would not stay folded forward, they'll have to stay like that because if I wore the strap on my heel, they would be way too small........... oh well, for the price and for wearing around the house/yard, not bad.

  2. Baby Girl

    Posted by Unknown on 25th Mar 2014

    Grandchild ended up with first order of large clogs they were too big for Mama. Second order small fit Mama just right. They both like them.

  3. Not Bad

    Posted by Joe Buck on 13th Aug 2013

    Price was right,good for around the house.

  4. excellant value

    Posted by OR Bobcat on 19th Jul 2013

    Pretty solid clogs, especially for under $10, good for walking through wet grass, etc.. other reviews are fair, I've had my first pair for 3 years, but only use occasionally.

  5. purchased because they were cheap

    Posted by Unknown on 31st May 2013

    purchased on sale and got a huge surprize that they are a great pair of slip on and run outdoor shoe.Vry very happy

  6. Her Feet Hurt

    Posted by Unknown on 31st May 2013

    Price was right, bumps on the insole hurt her feet. Sorry Charlie! The gal with the potting soil probably has the best use for these.....

  7. nice

    Posted by Unknown on 28th May 2013

    nice for the money,verycomfortable

  8. Clogs

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Apr 2013

    These run small

  9. Good for price

    Posted by redneckrebecca on 25th Apr 2013

    Not comfortable like the name brand but they are great to keep by the outside doors (have a pair at each door) to run outside in the rain, mud, etc.

  10. planted

    Posted by bullseyeharry on 26th Sep 2012

    I fill mine up with potting soil, add a patunia plant and tack it to my maple tree. Great little planter that gets lots of compliments.

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