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Crocs Malindi, Key to My Comfortable Holiday (& Cyber Monday)

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Without these shoes – Crocs Malindi – my family would have eaten Boston Market for Thanksgiving dinner. Which is perfectly fine, except that I’ve only prepared one turkey in my 44 years and that’s just not right. I’ve lucked out too many times when other family members have toiled and slaved while I whip up mashed potatoes.

I’m running out of areas on my feet that don’t hurt; just in a bad phase of active RA, it’ll get better. But in the mean time, my Crocs Malindi slip-on are my favorite shoes for puttering around the home, especially the unforgiving ceramic kitchen floor. These Croslite™ cuties provide cushion, shock-absorption and moderate support. But what I truly appreciate about the Malindi is they don’t rub the tailor’s bunion on the side of my left foot. 

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The Crocs Malindi is available at Amazon in a number of pretty colors (but sorry, the leopard print has been discontinued!)

 

 

 

 


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3 Responses to Crocs Malindi, Key to My Comfortable Holiday (& Cyber Monday)

  1. chimera says:

    I would love to find a Croc that doesn’t rub the tailors bunion on my left foot. Unfortunately the Kadee were really uncomfortable – they cut right across the tailors bunion. I’m going to give the Malindis a try in silver from Shoebuy. I want the leopard so badly – I figure if the silver ones work out I can hunt down a pair of the leopard on ebay!

  2. April says:

    That is a great pic of you! I may be ordering some Orthaheel slippers for my husbands grandmother. They were on QVC the other night, and some of their regular shoes looked cute too! I know you have had their sandals on your blog before.

  3. Womens Shoes says:

    I love these shoes – so vintage! I bet they are super comfortable too!!

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