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(CNBC)   Crocs are doing the happy dance. Covid is becoming more of a neural affliction with every day   ( divider line
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2021-10-21 9:49:00 AM  
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Here's my problem with Crocs as an investment - it sells mostly one shoe.  I get it that there are variations, but it's really that one shoe.  That shoe was in and then it was out and then it was ironic in and now that's out but then it's in again.  It hit $70 in 2007, and didn't hit that again until 2021.  That's a lot of waiting around to recoup your investment.  I don't see the point in owning a stock so heavily dependent on fashion, which is the most fickle of all human endeavors.

Yes, I realize that you wear crocs because they're so comfy and you don't care how you look, but teenagers will wear broken glass on their feet if it's in fashion.  Crocs won't be in fashion with them forever.
2021-10-21 9:52:59 AM  
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Ironically enough - I find the dollar-store knock-offs more comfortable than the bonafide brand-name Crocs I own.
They're really just comfy slippers that you can wear outside (if you're not concerned with appearances).
2021-10-21 10:00:42 AM  
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I wear Crocs all the time. They don't fade or need laces, and they're the most comfortable shoes I've ever worn. Also, it's kind of hilarious to know that your fashion sense is being judged by cargo-shorted suburban dads wearing grass-stained New Balance tennis shoes.
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