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Crocs Women's LiteRide Stretch Sandals

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Take a ride in a new kind of footwear. Inspired by today's on-the-go lifestyle, the lite ride collection was created to be worn on your terms, at any pace. Lite ride foam footbeds, the latest breakthrough in world-class comfort, Add to the comfort and style of the soft, stretchy asymmetrical straps. It’s time to feel sensational with every step along life's winding path.


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Crocs Women's LiteRide Stretch Sandals

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