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Crocs Work at NRA show
May '09
Crocs Inc introduced three new styles to their Crocs Work collection designed specifically for people in the restaurant, food service, healthcare, and hospitality industries. Show attendees were view the new styles, along with the entire Crocs Work shoes collection at the National Restaurant Association Show (NRA) at Chicago's McCormick Place May 16-19, 2009.

The Juniper, Barista, and Amaretto styles combine the superior comfort Crocs shoes are known for with signature Crocs design elements such as Crocs Lock tread for superior slip resistance on oil, water and a wide variety of slippery surfaces, a Croslite material footbed which conforms to the foot creating a custom fit, and quality ergonomic design minimizing the load on feet, legs, and back. Each style also features an easy-to-clean material upper and a mesh liner that effectively wicks moisture away from feet keeping them comfortable for long hours on the job. Additional details on each style are highlighted below:

• Juniper, a sporty take on Crocs' classic Mary Jane style that comes in classic black and white and is available in women's sizes 4-12.
• Barista, a classic black slip-on silhouette designed specifically for men and is available in men's sizes 7-13.
• Amaretto, a traditional men's oxford silhouette with a lace up closure and comes in black and is available in men's sizes 7-13.

“The growing popularity of Crocs Work shoes among professionals in the restaurant, hospitality, healthcare, and foodservice industries is apparent more so now than ever before,” said Eddie Scott, Director of Crocs Professional Footwear Division. “We will continue to strive to deliver quality products that provide great value to the needs of our entire consumer base.”

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