This goes out to all the Crocs Fans out there and specifically to the Crocs Mammoth users. Indeed Crocs Mammoth has served us well during cold weathers, protecting us in great deal of different terrains during our every day activities in the cold winter weather. The downside is that the Crocs Mammoth Lining gets dirty which is not surprising when you think of the slush that we so often walk through in winter. Nothing lasts forever and although the Crocs Mammoth Lining can be washed it also doesn’t last forever. The lining can start looking tatty after a while, despite being cared for and washed correctly. So you can have a very tatty looking shoe liner while the shoe is still looking good with a long life ahead of it. Problem!
For those who are not familiar with the Crocs Mammoth, here’s a brief summary. Crocs Mammoth is a clog designed for the cold weather. Its main feature is the removable fleece lining. This winter clog is very soft and comfortable and with the lining your foot is kept warm all day long. When the lining needs a wash, you simply remove it, hand wash it with mild soap and hang it on the line to dry. Do not put it in the washing machine or the tumble dryer as you will end up with a mangled mess. Some people have found removing it to be quite confusing but once you’ve got the hang of it, it is no longer a problem.
To remove the liner:
- Flip up the heel portion of liner
- Place thumb firmly on top of the outer surface of the rivet and with care peel the liner back, away from the rivet.
- Do the same on other side.
To replace the liner:
- Place the liner on your hand and tuck it into the shoe, making sure that the liner toe reaches the toe of the shoe.
- Thread the outer surface of the rivet through the slot in the liner on each side of shoe.
- Pull the heel portion of the liner over the heel of the shoe.
- Check to see that the liner stays in place.
You could Google for a site that will show you photos of the process, step by step.
When Crocs Mammoth were first manufactured, there were no replacement Crocs Mammoth Linings available. Fortunately Crocs listened to the complaints of their customers and Crocs Mammoth Linings are now available, so it is easy to replace the lining once the original one has worn out or looks tatty. The replacement linings come in a variety of colors so an added bonus is that you can have a new looking shoe by changing the color of the fleece lining. The shoe itself lasts a very long time. Maybe even buy a spare one to use while the other gets washed. These replacements are just as soft and sturdy as the original. You just need to buy the same size as your shoe so as to get a perfect fit.
Well done to Crocs for listening to the needs of their customers.