Crocs “Change the Tone” Review & Giveaway
Win it! Crocs is “Changing the Tone” with the launch of their new Crocs Tone line for women. These shoes are designed to tone your legs and stimulate your muscles while just walking around in them. Remember those Shape Ups from Sketchers that launched last year ? Well Crocs Tone works along those same lines in that the shoes are specially designed to simply tone those muscles as you wear them.
I loved my original Crocs flip flops and couldn’t wait to take these new Crocs Tone flip flops for a test run. Take a peek at my review and note the shape of the sole of my flip flop compared to a normal shoe.
What I loved most about my pair of Crocs Tone was that they felt really springy and comfy. And of course they are stylish too. I’m sure I’ll be wearing these all spring and summer.
Sizing tips: Personally, I find that my adult sized Crocs tend to run slightly big. I have friends who have also noticed the same thing. My foot is a size 7 and these flip flops are a 7 but are definitely on the bigger side for me. My previous Crocs Flip Flops were a 6 and fit perfectly although I debated when trying the shoes on between getting a size 6 or a size 7 then as well. So both pairs work for me but I do find that they tend to run a bit bigger.
They are available in 4 different styles: flip flops, sandals, clogs, and flats. Pricing ranges from $44 -$54.
Crocs has been nothing short of sensational in our household for the last 3 years as my kids are wild for their waterproof crocs and the ease of getting them on and off. And now I’m so excited about this new line designed with Moms in mind.
To celebrate Crocs’ new line, they launched a Crocs Facebook App that aims to change the negative tone of current headlines. The app is so much fun to toy around with as you see a potentially negative story with a headline that sounds so much more optimistic.
We’re giving away 1 pair of Crocs Tone to one lucky Classy Mommy reader. Winner’s choice of style and color way. Enter below by leaving a comment by March 10th, 2011.
1. Comment below letting me know your favorite Crocs Tone style
2.Visit the Crocs Facebook App and Tweet to Change the Tone on one of the headlines. Leave an additional comment below letting me know how you “changed the tone”
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Crocs Tone. As always, all thoughts and opinions are my own.