Bestselling Boys' Clogs & Mules in 2020
Shocked Toddler Rubber Foam Slingback Clogs with Ventilated Upper Size 11-12 Light Pink
- BUSY PARENTS REJOICE: Whether your little one's dressing themselves or you're still helping them, it's nice to have a pair of shoes for wiggly kids that they can simply step into or out of. The slingback strap flips down to keep them firmly on frisky feet
- WATER BABIES REJOICE: These rubberized clogs are completely waterproof. Take them to the beach, the pool, water park, fountain, or just splash in the rain
- PLAYFUL PRACTICALITY: Sure, these are cute and fun and come in a rainbow of cheerful color; they're also light and wipe down or wash off in case of spills or mud puddles
- ACTIVE KIDS REJOICE: Make no mistake, the cheerful shades and cute contours are made out of tough, quality materials. These clogs will stand up to as much wear and fun as any active kid can throw at them
- COMFORT IS A GIVEN : Sturdy, treaded soles, contoured insoles, ventilated uppers for hot weather, and a strap that can be flipped down to keep little feet secure in these aqua clogs, all combine for a shoe your child won't want to take off
'Zac and Evan Boys\' Mules Brown Rubber Clogs, Size 12-13'
- Maximum Comfort; Rubber clogs for boys slip on and off with ease
- Completely Waterproof; Drainage holes allow feet and boys rubber mules to dry quickly
- Solid One Piece Construction; Boys slip on clogs are made with Tough and Durable Rubber
- Non-Skid Treaded Sole; Prevent accidental slips and help to maintain traction on the move
- Pivoting Heel Strap; He can wear them with the strap up on top of the foot as slip on clogs or down around the heel to secure the garden clogs while active
DINY Home & Style Fleece Lined Children's Indoor Outdoor Fluffy Clogs Slippers (C13, Navy)
- Fleece Lined slip on children's clogs - All-weather kid's clog-style shoes
- Perfect indoors around the house as slippers or out as clogs
- Thick, non-marking outsoles for stability and traction - Unisex design
- Keep your child's feet warm and cozy in the chilly weather
- Breathable design keeps feet dry and comfortable - Provides gentle arch support
crocs Kids' Classic K Clog, Black, 6 M US Toddler
- DESIGN: This shoe is constructed using a fully molded Crocs Croslite material for signature Crocs comfort. The ventilation ports add breathability and help water and debris drain away. And don't forget the heel strap that is designed to offer a secure fit but can be pivoted forward on the clog to provide an easy, slip-on option!
- BENEFITS: These shoes are lightweight, odor-resistant, easy to clean with soap and water, and quick to dry. They also offer non-marking soles, an easy, slip-on design, and extreme durability. Lastly, the ventilation holes allow them to be personalized with Jibbitz charms!
- WHAT SIZE SHOULD I BUY? These shoes offer a roomy fit, generous in length and width. If you are shopping for a 1/2 size, we suggest ordering up to the next largest whole size.
- WHERE DO I WEAR THESE? These shoes are perfect for any occasion. They serve as great house slippers but are also the ideal beach, pool, travel, walking or play shoe. They are also the perfect first shoe for your little ones as they offer a no-tie, easy-on experience!
- WHO CAN WEAR THESE? Anyone!! These shoes are loved by all and perfect for kids' of all ages toddler and up!
Sunville Childrens Tie Dye Garden Shoes Clogs,12 M US Little Kid,Red
- Tie-Dye Design
- Great For Casual Wear
- EVA Lightweight Material
- Little kid size 12
Crocs Kids Unisex Coast Clog (Toddler/Little Kid) Party Pink 10 M US Toddler
Disney Mickey Mouse Boys Girls Slippers Clog Mule Indoor Shoes (Parallel Import/Generic Product) (1 M US Little Kid)
- It takes about 2 weeks for delivery (USPS first class)
- Light Weight
crocs Kids' Crocband K Clog, Pepper/Graphite, 2 M US Little Kid
- Iconic comfort: original croslite foam cushion
- Half-size, size up
- Convertible heel strap offers a secure fit
- Odor-resistant, easy to clean
- Durable and comfortable
crocs Kids' Classic Graphic K Clog,Volt Green,7 M US Toddler
- Fully molded croslite for super lightweight comfort
- Classic clog
crocs Bump It Clog (Toddler/Little Kid/Big Kid), Candy Pink/Oyster, 13 M US Little Kid
- no-closure Closure
Crocs Kids' Fun Lab Star Wars Clog
- Fully molded croslite for super lightweight comfort
- Star wars license
- Featuring Star Wars Character; Lucas Films
Spider-Man Boys Navy Red Warm Fur Slippers Clog Mule Indoor Shoes (Parallel Import/Generic Product) (13 M US Little Kid)
ZAL Girls Rubber Clogs - Turquoise/10-11
- Easy Comfort alleviating prolonged hours of foot stress
- Highly Durable strong man-made materials
- Hassle-Free, classic design
- Super lightweight and waterproof
- Wear 2 Different ways: strap angled forward, for an easy slip-on sandal, or the strap angled to the back of the ankle, ensuring that the clog remains on your foot through every outdoor/indoor activity
First Person: I Survived Summer on a Shoestring Budget
Being a freelance contractor working in school-based public relations essentially means that I don't make any money over the summer. Here's a look at five ways how I cut spending and saved money this summer without significantly reducing my quality......
During the school year, I do photography and write press releases for local school districts, but the contract only runs from September through June. I work on a per diem basis. and there aren't any assignments in July and August because the schools are out for summer break. That said, the months of July and August are always a major financial struggle.
Here's a look at five ways how I cut spending and saved money this summer without significantly reducing my quality of life:
1) Cable Downgrade: I love my Verizon Triple Play service for TV, phone and internet, but pricey premium channels like HBO and Cinemax added $24.99 per month to my bill.
Cutting the 50-channel HBO and Cinemax combo from my service saved me $50 over the summer, and I still have over 200 channels left to watch.
2) Air Conditioner Adjustment: That pesky energy bill is a major drain on the wallet in the summertime.
To save money this summer, I only used my AC when I absolutely had to, otherwise I would use a small oscillating fan. When I really had to use the AC, I turned the dial up to 78 degrees instead of 72. That minor six degree difference still kept me cool and comfortable, and helped me save a few dollars in energy costs.
3) Skipping The Latte: During the school year, I can splurge a bit by breaking the bank for a Starbucks Vanilla Latte, at a cost of approximately four dollars.
This summer, I kept an eye out for special promotions and discovered that Wendy's was giving out free hot and iced Redhead Roasters coffee in July, and McDonalds introduced a deal for any size coffee for just one dollar. By drinking Wendy's and McDonalds coffee instead of Starbucks, I saved three dollars a day in July and August.
4) Enjoying Free Entertainment: Budgeting for entertainment is always tough. I'm the kind of guy that loves going to concerts and sporting events, so I have to get creative when I'm trying to have fun on a shoestring budget.
Luckily, over the summer, some of the best things truly are free. I enjoyed some long, fun, free workouts by riding my bike and going for three-mile jogs to the local park. It's also fun to walk around the mall and just window shop with friends.
My communities also host free movie and concert nights. Here on Long Island, Smash Mouth was one of the many bands to play for free at John J. Burns Park in Massapequa. It's easy to find fun by taking advantage of free community resources.
5) Shopping Smart At the Grocery Store: I never buy prepackaged "ready-to-heat" or "ready-to-serve" items, as those are the biggest money drains at the grocery store.
Anything that says "Just Heat and Serve" will probably cost at least twice as much as an item that you have to actually cook. Sure it takes a little extra time, but the savings makes it more than worth the little extra effort.