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How to tell fake vs genuine Crocs shoes

fake vs genuine Crocs shoes

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What are the best ways to tell fake vs genuine Crocs shoes? Our illustrated guide gives you the clues to avoid being ripped off by counterfeits. The individual design of the crocs shoes is based on the look of the Dutch clogs. The light Crosslite plastic in brightly colored colors turns the classic wooden shoe with Crocs into a modern leisure shoe.

The Crocs company has had an insane success story since 2002 with its colorful sandals, wedges, clogs and sneakers. The specialty of this casual shoe is its material, the Crosslite foam resin. For this reason, Crocs shoes have now sold 300 million copies in over 90 countries.

More information can be found on the Crocs homepage. There you can also see information about forgeries and also genuine  branches and dealers to tel you how to reconize fake crocs and help you avoid fake Crocs.

Ways to tell fake vs genuine Crocs shoes

Crocs label

fake vs genuine Crocs shoes

A tag should be attached to each pair of Crocs and is one of the best ways to tell fake vs genuine Crocs shoes. In addition to a warning about the use and information about the importer, there is a sticker on the label with information on:

  • model
  • colour
  • Fit
  • Product Code
  • size
  • Barcode
  • Country of Manufacture

You can also check on the following Crocs page: http://company.crocs.com/ip/

The result should be a patent with a number , eg “US Patent Nos. 6,993,858 and D610,784; Japan Patent No. 4961516 “or similar. If the search result = ” No results available. “Is displayed, it is highly likely that it is a fake or a fake.

Crocs company lettering

fake vs genuine Crocs shoes

The lettering can be found on the shoe either in small or capital letters. A mixed spelling like “Crocs” indicates a forgery.

Crocs Shoes Crocodile Logo “Duke”

fake vs genuine Crocs shoes

The crocodile logo is also called “Duke” after one of the founders. The original logo is printed in different places on the Crocs shoes or glued on as an application. Make sure that the original crocodile logo is clearly recognizable and has six humps. The fourth hump from above must be slightly larger than the other humps. In addition, the crocodile must have two arms, each with three fingers. If one of these features is missing, it is a forgery.

Material and smell of Crocs shoes

Original shoes are made from Crosslite. This is a patented foam-resin mixture, which is also known as PCCR (Proprietary closed-cell resin). The material has no pores and feels smooth and even. It is also very light, odorless and leaves no traces of sanding / coloring.

If you perceive a chemical or adhesive smell or the material feels like rubber or plastic, it is a fake.