So I went to a summer festival and it didn’t even rain. I almost feel cheated.
Seriously though, the amazing weather we were blessed with at Camp Bestival didn’t stop me from rocking my Crocs all weekend.
Mostly I wore my new boots – not just because I dig their funky purple tones, but also because they are cosy and super lightweight compared to traditional wellies.
From climbing the slope to our camp site to grooving at the main stage, my Crocs held up nicely throughout the festival.
Since I’d only come with cut-offs, the wellies kept my bare legs toasty during the evenings when the temperature plunged. In fact, they’re so insulated that I actually got too hot in the blazing sunlight. Luckily they were easy to slip in and out of (no marathon tugging sessions like normal rain boots) when I wanted to go barefoot on the grass.
Extra cool points for inbuilt carry handles, steady grip soles and flexible material for
shoving into your luggage packing.
And while I love the slats in my flats, I definitely favoured the wellies when braving the festival loos!
Crocband Jaunt Women’s boots are available in multiple colours and retail at £39.99
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Crocs Donates 20,120 Shoes to Charity!
To celebrate their 10th anniversary, Crocs Cares are donating a pair of shoes for every sign up via their website or Facebook page, aiming to donate 20,120 pairs of shoes to those in need. All you have to do is visit the Crocs home page or sign up on Crocs Facebook Page and click on the tab “it’s time to give back.”