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  • The Ugliest Shoes in Town?

    Or, just the best?
      Will these be the new coolest shoes in town?

      Love them or hate them, Crocs are, we must agree, not pretty.

      Comfy, though, yes. Colorful, yep.

      But, properly colorful? As in, local-school pride colorful?

      You knew this was coming: Boise State Crocs.

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  • What a Croc

    What a nerd wears says a lot about his style
      A few weeks ago, at an industry meeting in Little Rock, Arkansas, I encountered an editor from another alternative paper in Colorado (the one we borrowed the accompanying story from) and we had a conversation about Crocs. Apparently, I--feeling quite nerdy in my Crocs but with a devil-may-care attitude--was unknowingly on the cutting edge of fashion. Everyone wanted to look at my Crocs. "How do they feel?" "Do you like them?" "What the hell did you do to them?" I was asked many questions.
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