What did summer mean you as a kid? Long hot days? Or the lovely lazy vacations it brought along, oodles of lemonade you got to guzzle up , the familiar sound of ice cream carts bell, the swimming pools, the tanned bodies , the park picnics and oh so so much more !! Sweet nostalgia takes over as we think of the best memories of our childhood made during the summer. The Summer Fun Collection from Crocs exemplifies this very reminiscence, designed especially for the little ones , the collection features footwear fit for the long gratifying summer that lies ahead.
The collection streamlines the Classic Crocs designs in fun interesting designs perfectly competent for kids . With an eclectic mix of quirky graphic prints like pineapples , bananas and sweets on bright summer colors features LED Sandals in Crocbands for kids.
The LED Sandals in the collection are affixed with permanent LED fruit charms that light up with your kids steps . The adjustable hook and loop provide the right grip and a secure fit. The playful graphics of the Crocs ensure to be any kids favorite .
All this fun inclusive of classic crosslite foam cushion that the kids love .
So rush to your nearest stores now and get home a stylish and stunning pair of Crocs or log on to http://www.shopcrocs.in/
Exclusive stores at DLF Mall of India, Noida; Galleria, Gurgaon; Kamla Nagar, New Delhi & Kiosks at Select City, Saket; DLF Place, Saket; Pacific Mall, Subhashnagar
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