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Crocs All-Terrain Atlas

If you’re looking for something new to sport around the cantonment area, check out the All-Terrain Atlas from Crocs with its shoe-like construction, all rubber MTN outsole inspired by the shape of the Rockies, and nylon webbed cross-strap with a magnetic pull release closure.

Also available in classic Crocs clog-style.

15 Responses to “Crocs All-Terrain Atlas”

  1. D Liddle says:

    Wherever you go in the world, look more like an American than you already do with Crocs All-Terrain Atlas

    • Mike says:

      Yeah… except I spent a few weeks in rural villages in Kenya and Tanzania in July. Literally every child under the age of 10 wore Crocs or a cheap knock-off. Makes sense – they’re cheap and virtually indestructible. Perfect to pass down from older brother to younger sister as they grow. I think they’re becoming ubiquitous, not just for Americans.

    • THAT GUY! says:

      If you don’t like the USA you’re free to leave! If you aren’t an American citizen, Then SYFM!

      Nuff said

  2. jjj0309 says:

    I see everyone around wearing crocs these days. I don’t get it, are they really comfortable? They looks bad for your feet.

    • Brian says:

      I resisted for a while but ended up getting a croc style shoe for $20. They are surprisingly comfortable. They are my house shoes. A friend of mine was having issues with his feet and his doctor told him specifically to get a pair to wear around the house. They are better than flip flops as deployment shower shoes.

    • James says:

      Don’t knock them till you try them. They’ve got excellent toe room and breathability . I don’t really wear them much away from the house( actually got a bright red pair so I wouldn’t- literal clown shoes) but if I ‘m home they’re on.

    • rob c says:

      I wear crocs pretty much everywhere and anywhere I can

      My feet easily sweat and smell, in the summer they are on almost all the time unless I need footwear to run/hike etc.

    • Vet says:

      I’m a bit embarrassed to say, but they are as comfortable as they are ugly, which says allot. They are hands down the most comfortable sandals I ever wore, even after long hours.

  3. roy says:

    Interesting but no sizes in stock.

    As an alternative, I like these:

  4. Lcon says:

    When you love Hiking but live in a trailer

  5. Raul says:

    Dunno man, might have to take a knee on adults wearing Crocs…kids under 10 A – Okay.

  6. Cal says:

    This remind me of that man who was kicking russian asses at azovstal for 86 days while wearing Crocs. Respect!