Crocs Women's Carlisa Mini Wedge Pump
11 B(M) US
A mini wedge featuring transparent TPU, Croslite material circulation nubs on the footbed, and non-marking Croslite material outsole.
Overall Product Rating
AshleySpurlin - Review from Amazon.com
Tiny ToesMy first pair of Crocs were a pair of Crocband Flats in Bubblegum. The color wasn't my favorite but the overwhelming comfort provided, along with the tiny price tag (caught on sale at a local store for less than $10), I couldn't resist. While out looking for a work-appropriate pair of shoes, I came across Olivia (black) at a local store and quickly snatched them up. After a teething puppy made a meal out of my pair of Olivias, I found myself on Crocs' site looking for a new pair of comfy shoes.I ordered a pair of Alice Work to replace the Olivias and tacked on a Carlisa mini wedge in black/silver since they were on sale for $15.99. Unlike the Olivias that were ready to go the same afternoon, the Alice Works took some time to break in: I had a blister on the inside side of my foot where the button of the strap rubbed, and a sensitive area on the top of a couple of my toes. The Alice Works are now perfect and are my go-to shoe for work (which includes a lot of walking and moving computer equipment; desktop support personnel).While the Alice Works turned out fine, the Carlisas are proving slightly more difficult... The toe area of the Carlisa is disproportionately small. I am currently in the process of stretching the toe area (by placing a golf ball in the toe), and truly hope that my plan works. The overall fit of the Carlisa is more snug than the Alice Works and the Olivias anyway; Crocs' website lists Carlisa as a standard fit while the other two are relaxed fits. [...]If you have a local store that carries the Carlisa (even if it isn't in the color that you want), I highly recommend going and trying it on first.
JNet - Review from Amazon.com
GREAT WORK SHOE !! READ FOR TIPS!!I read every review because I WAS skeptical of the comfort of a rubber shoe. In the end I trusted in the Croc Brand reputation as a comfortable and durable shoe. It adds just the right amount of lift. Some of the reviewers that rated it low claimed that the shoe didn't fit properly. I found that a shoe stretcher helped, I also added the heat of a blow dryer to help the material stretch. It worked like a charm. The shoe is so comfortable that I wear them EVERYDAY to work. I will be ordering other colors soon :) I actually considered docking a star because I ordered the black and received the brown. BUT they were so PERFECT that I didn't want to risk an OUT OF STOCK situation, PLUS the brown is so dark that it can easily be worn as if they were black. SUPER VERSATILE!! I would love for Crocs to experiment with different colors and patterns on this model :))))
jjh - Review from Amazon.com
Fun, but order a size larger.This is a fun shoe, but I recommend ordering a size larger then you normally wear. The shoe is very tight around the toes. However, if you normally wear narrow shoes then your normal shoe size should be okay.
Charlie Blackwood - Review from Amazon.com
Different crocs material, much too rigid for a shoe!By way of context, I'm a diehard crocs fan. I own eat least 15 pairs in various styles, and evangelize them to the point where my friends get annoyed. I was fully prepared to love these shoes (I found that they ran true-to-size, btw) -- they're cute, trim, neat, and for crocs relatively elegant (they even make one's feet look smaller).The problem is the new material crocs is using for some of its current-season shoes. It's more attractive and much sleeker than the old rubbery-looking material (croslite). It's slightly translucent, so it looks nice against bare skin. BUT, this new material is very, very, very rigid, to the point where the shoes were literally flying off my feet and across the room as I walked around the house (and, again, the size isn't too big for me). And unlike croslite (which is used in the otherwise-comfortable footbed), it's doubtful this material will soften over time.For what it's worth, they're quite comfortable if you're standing perfectly still. But if you do plan to try them out, make sure to walk around a bit before committing. I'm reluctantly returning mine because they're simply not functional for taking even a few steps. (Aside: they might work with tights or socks to provide some friction inside the shoe. However, since they're somewhat translucent I can't imagine they'd look good with tights, and, to my fashion eye, they were obviously designed with the expectation that people would wear them with bare feet.)
Melinz - Review from Amazon.com
ComfortI have these in both black and brown. They are very comfortable but do make that "froggy sound" when walking, sounds like air in the spaces, otherwise I love them very much. I now own 26 pairs of crocs!!
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