Roomy heel area allows your heel to freely move up and down as you walk
Spacious toe box
Firm foot and arch support
Reinforced 1½ inch heel
Patent leather upper
A sensational look paired with all-day comfort and safety.
The look of a classic closed-back clog in water-resistant patent leather. The roomy heel area allows your heel to freely move up and down as you walk. Firm foot and arch support and a padded collar help you stay comfortable. Other features include our patented SFC Mighty Grip® outsole, a reinforced 1½ inch heel and a removable cushioned insole.
For 60 days you can wear your Shoes For Crews, and if you are not completely satisfied, you can exchange them for free or return them with no questions asked. Every order comes with a pre-paid return shipping label, making it easy to return your footwear.
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For over 30 years, through continuous research and development, Shoes For Crews has perfected the ultimate slip-resistant outsole. Our patented SFC Mighty Grip® formula helps you work safely and comfortably.
This slip-resistant outsole is made from an exclusive rubber compound that grips the microscopic roughness of the floor surface. And our patented micro-channel tread pattern channels liquids away from the bottom of the sole to provide more sole-to-floor contact and prevent hydroplaning - also known as slipping and sliding. This combination results in unbelievable traction on all types of wet and greasy floor surfaces.
Our ongoing dedication to the prevention of on-the-job accidents is what makes us a global leader in slip-resistant footwear. Be sure to check out Shoes For Crews' SFC Mighty Grip® technology; you won't find more advanced protection!;
Water-resistant shoes are designed to let less water in than traditional materials, but they're not as impermeable as water-repellant or waterproof products. They may be made of more tightly woven materials or a different composition than traditional footwear, but they wouldn't prevent penetration during submersion. Many people prefer water-resistant shoes to waterproof or repellant options because they breathe better.