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patrick
18-12-2009, 07:41 PM
I visited a stall at the FLEA MARKET in Summit which runs every Friday, Sat & Sunday from about 11am to 9pm. It's located right in front of this Dynasty Dragon Rest and they sell Crocs products at a fraction of the price. I believe they are seconds and imported direct from China. Look and feel genuine, just like those I usually buy from China. And at about the same price as those I got in China. So no need to go and buy there. Got myself another pair of crocs again !! Go there and tell the nice Malay lady you are from usj.com and ask for more discount. Still can bargain lah!!

Sentinel
18-12-2009, 09:19 PM
I visited a stall at the FLEA MARKET in Summit which runs every Friday, Sat & Sunday from about 11am to 9pm. It's located right in front of this Dynasty Dragon Rest and they sell Crocs products at a fraction of the price. I believe they are seconds and imported direct from China. Look and feel genuine, just like those I usually buy from China. And at about the same price as those I got in China. So no need to go and buy there. Got myself another pair of crocs again !! Go there and tell the nice Malay lady you are from usj.com and ask for more discount. Still can bargain lah!!
Hey Brader, make sure you don't give those Crocs to some old fellas okay because they slip easily on slightly wet floors... I saw those on sale there Patrick, I have my doubts they are the genuine stuff... Crocs are only sold in their own outlets and through Guardian (medical Crocs).

patrick
18-12-2009, 10:48 PM
Hey Brader, make sure you don't give those Crocs to some old fellas okay because they slip easily on slightly wet floors... I saw those on sale there Patrick, I have my doubts they are the genuine stuff... Crocs are only sold in their own outlets and through Guardian (medical Crocs).

Not really bruder. I have examined them closely and am confident those are genuine seconds or rejects. But of late, I believe they are being "smuggled" out of the factory in China. Plse dont ask more.

gracellp
18-12-2009, 11:04 PM
Sorry to tell you that those are fate one. Three months ago, I bought two pairs of Crocs for my sons from one of the "distributor" in Bandar Utama and one week later, I read a notice from Crocs Outlet itself about the fate Crocs in the market.

gracellp
18-12-2009, 11:14 PM
[QUOTE=Sentinel]Hey Brader, make sure you don't give those Crocs to some old fellas okay because they slip easily on slightly wet floors... I saw those on sale there Patrick, I have my doubts they are the genuine stuff... Crocs are only sold in their own outlets and through Guardian (medical Crocs).[/QUOTE

Just for sharing. I have heard about Crocs is highly recommended by doctors and it use wisely in the hospitals. I was in Comlumbia Asia Hospital (Puchong) last week as my son was having a minor surgery there. I was ask to change my shoes to theirs special provided one before entering to their Operation Room. I saw most of the nurses and doctors have changed to Crocs like of shoes and thought those are Crocs and apparently some are Asadi brand of Crocs Shoes.

Sentinel
18-12-2009, 11:45 PM
Not really bruder. I have examined them closely and am confident those are genuine seconds or rejects. But of late, I believe they are being "smuggled" out of the factory in China. Plse dont ask more.
OK I won't ask more but don't ever say I didn't tell you.... :D

wyshin88
19-12-2009, 01:48 AM
[QUOTE=Sentinel]Hey Brader, make sure you don't give those Crocs to some old fellas okay because they slip easily on slightly wet floors... I saw those on sale there Patrick, I have my doubts they are the genuine stuff... Crocs are only sold in their own outlets and through Guardian (medical Crocs).[/QUOTE

Just for sharing. I have heard about Crocs is highly recommended by doctors and it use wisely in the hospitals. I was in Comlumbia Asia Hospital (Puchong) last week as my son was having a minor surgery there. I was ask to change my shoes to theirs special provided one before entering to their Operation Room. I saw most of the nurses and doctors have changed to Crocs like of shoes and thought those are Crocs and apparently some are Asadi brand of Crocs Shoes.

From what I heard from my doctor friend, Crocs are bacteria free, maybe they have injected some kind of antibacteria into Crocs while making the shoes, that's why the real Crocs will never smell bad, coz bacteria can't grow on it.

jan tomaswaki
19-12-2009, 12:30 PM
Those sell in the pasar malam,flea mart are all fakes.Of coz they tell you reject lah or over run stocks.I think in Cheras pasar malam is selling for RM12.Doctors use it becoz it dries easily.

BMW9700
19-12-2009, 12:36 PM
one word of warning though...this applies to the original crocs bought from their outlets...make sure u throw them out when the soles are wearing out...they can be very dangerous as they become very slippery on wet floors..they are worse than the pasar malam type and the asadi brand..so be careful..

jan tomaswaki
19-12-2009, 12:50 PM
My son wore one and it got stuck in the escalator when we went to buy the movie tickets sometime ago in Summit.I didn't notice it until he scream and the escalator stop.No choice have to carry him home.

BMW9700
19-12-2009, 12:53 PM
thankfully your son is ok....yes that is another potential hazard of the crocs...be very careful on escalators..there had been a few local cases of kids with mangled feet after the crocs got stuck at the end

patrick
19-12-2009, 03:19 PM
Sorry to tell you that those are fate one. Three months ago, I bought two pairs of Crocs for my sons from one of the "distributor" in Bandar Utama and one week later, I read a notice from Crocs Outlet itself about the fate Crocs in the market.

I dont mean to protect or criticise any brand, but just for discussion sake. Even IF the Crocs in the market were genuine, would the distributor put up a notice to read "The Crocs in the market are genuine but dont buy from unauthorised distributor". On the other hand, if they stay quiet, their market share may be eroded.

In any case, my belief is that it's just a case of willing buyer, willing seller. At about 1/4 of the "original" price, the buyer should just look at it as buying another brand of shoes! Whether it's fake, seconds or whatever, buy it based on your own perceived value and quality!

patrick
19-12-2009, 03:23 PM
From what I heard from my doctor friend, Crocs are bacteria free, maybe they have injected some kind of antibacteria into Crocs while making the shoes, that's why the real Crocs will never smell bad, coz bacteria can't grow on it.

No such injection lah. Just that the material is supposed not to allow the propagation of bacteria. But it's not entirely true. After some wear, they still smell. And I have two pairs bought from the Croc Shop.

patrick
19-12-2009, 03:26 PM
OK I won't ask more but don't ever say I didn't tell you.... :D

Ok bruder. But like I said, it doesnt matter whether it's called Crocs, Alligator or T-Rex. So long as it looks like Croc, Sounds like Croc, feels like Croc, as comfortable as Croc but for a fraction of the price....who cares!! ;-) :D

bslee
19-12-2009, 03:28 PM
So if its FLEA market there, any "used" stuff there?, or its just another new stuff at bargain prices there?

Sentinel
19-12-2009, 03:30 PM
Patrick, the ones I wear comes only in one lousy colour... boring grey... and they are the ones which has protection all around for diabetic patients. I bought mine at Guardian. I have 2 pairs which my friend came to the house and threw away without my permission which I bought from Summit... my friend is the importer and franchise holder for Crocs lah... and he has since sent me 2 genuine pairs as replacement. Thats why I was trying to tell you... at 1/4 the price it cannot be genuine. :D

robertec
19-12-2009, 03:41 PM
LOL, I have mentioned this before.

They are Kitchen Shoes.

When I was told that the Crocs people tookout small little advertisements in the newspapers to "warn" people of these "fakes" it was quite comical.
What they mentioned was that the original (probably also made in China) has a special paper label with a serial number or something like that.

With the gigantic profits that the Crocs people are making, they should take out full page adverts.

So the price now is only RM12 at the Pasar Malams? the last I saw about a month back it was going for RM20 each. Talk about a price reduction.

patrick
19-12-2009, 04:05 PM
So if its FLEA market there, any "used" stuff there?, or its just another new stuff at bargain prices there?

Mainly new stuff at bargain prices. Dont think it's what you have in mind BS ! Haha..!! :D

patrick
19-12-2009, 04:09 PM
LOL, I have mentioned this before.

They are Kitchen Shoes.

When I was told that the Crocs people tookout small little advertisements in the newspapers to "warn" people of these "fakes" it was quite comical.
What they mentioned was that the original (probably also made in China) has a special paper label with a serial number or something like that.

With the gigantic profits that the Crocs people are making, they should take out full page adverts.

So the price now is only RM12 at the Pasar Malams? the last I saw about a month back it was going for RM20 each. Talk about a price reduction.

Rob, you are still thinking of those "holed" sandals when we talk of crocs. But Crocs has gone a long, long way now. They produce many types of casual shoes too. I have two pairs which are very, very comfortable. The latest one...you wont even know it's a Croc unless you look carefully.

kuma
20-12-2009, 02:58 AM
Going thro' the posts here, I notice some comments about the Crocs becoming slippery on wet floors after some wear.

Well....I have this particular problem...my sandals get flattened out quickly and become slippery even on polished floors...I have this problem even with shoes, and new ones at times. I've taken a few falls here and there and the worst I recall was in KLIA, arriving early one morning while they were cleaning the floor...and I was wearing a new Hush Puppies.

What should I wear and any brand in particular that minimizes this.

Thanks

HTH
20-12-2009, 09:36 AM
Did anyone notice the warning usually found on elevator regarding Crocs shoes? Wat's that all about?

patrick
20-12-2009, 12:40 PM
Going thro' the posts here, I notice some comments about the Crocs becoming slippery on wet floors after some wear.

Well....I have this particular problem...my sandals get flattened out quickly and become slippery even on polished floors...I have this problem even with shoes, and new ones at times. I've taken a few falls here and there and the worst I recall was in KLIA, arriving early one morning while they were cleaning the floor...and I was wearing a new Hush Puppies.

What should I wear and any brand in particular that minimizes this.

Thanks

Not only sandals. Even my leather Bruno Magli and Bally, they become slippery after sometime. Guess the only non skid would be industrial shoes !!

jimmyay
20-12-2009, 09:34 PM
Use Vibram Soles to avoid slippery situation.
http://www.vibram.com/

AllUrban
23-12-2009, 05:38 PM
Rob, you are still thinking of those "holed" sandals when we talk of crocs. But Crocs has gone a long, long way now. They produce many types of casual shoes too. I have two pairs which are very, very comfortable. The latest one...you wont even know it's a Croc unless you look carefully.there was a crocs warehouse sale at The Mines from December 11 - 13.

Wifey bought 2 pairs of crocs, at 60% off. And they are so light, even better than the Asadi "copies" that I have!

I wouldnt buy any fake crocs or counterfeits...may as well pay RM10 for the "genuine" versions from Asadi instead of paying more for fake crocs

Cheers, m

ps. m still doesnt understand why people buy retail or buy fakes and end up spending more than they have to ... when there is a happy, legal and safe "in-between" option~m

pps. only yesterday m bought 2 high quality dress shirts with minor defects (loose threads, missed stitches in the tails) for RM16 (for both shirts, not for each shirt) at a shop in Bangsar~m

ppps. after buying the shirts for RM16, m then went and had a RM30 burger at The Daily Grind, plus RM14 heavenly milkshake shared with wifey~m

AllUrban
23-12-2009, 05:39 PM
Not only sandals. Even my leather Bruno Magli and Bally, they become slippery after sometime. Guess the only non skid would be industrial shoes !!Or the real Dr. Martin's with the thick gum rubber sole (not the fake Dr. Cardin's)

Cheers, m

USJ27Resident
23-12-2009, 09:43 PM
ps. m still doesnt understand why people buy retail or buy fakes and end up spending more than they have to ... when there is a happy, legal and safe "in-between" option~m

same reason why some people buys protons and rebadge 'ems to look like Mitsubishis.... :p it is basically the "gaya mau, money tak ada" senario... so they "fake" it lorrrr.... I had seen a Datin with fake stuff - and just becos' she's a datin.... nobody questioned if it was genuine or not..

Same same with other (men's) branded stuff... like watches and ties.... check out how some people check you out... on what you have and what you wear.... sheeeeeeesh!

vsat
24-12-2009, 10:23 AM
Men don't wear Crocs. If I were a woman, I wouldn't date a man wearing Crocs. It's just unmanly

ksc8813
24-12-2009, 11:07 AM
Did anyone notice the warning usually found on elevator regarding Crocs shoes? Wat's that all about?

Regarding the warning found actually on escalator is that there are a lot of accident on this croc shoes stuck between the escalator step and the skirt panel. Pls see below website.

http://www.whiotv.com/health/13696864/detail.html

AllUrban
24-12-2009, 11:10 AM
Men don't wear Crocs. If I were a woman, I wouldn't date a man wearing Crocs. It's just unmanlyReally? Seems to me there are a lot of manly men on this forum who have no problem wearing crocs ... hahahaha sorry to say Vsat, but while there may not be any holes in your shoes but it looks like there is one giant hole in your argument. :D

Cheers, m

USJ27Resident
24-12-2009, 04:13 PM
Men don't wear Crocs. If I were a woman, I wouldn't date a man wearing Crocs. It's just unmanly....

Yikes... my underwear used to be Crocs... like [Crocodile] :p Must now change to [VS].... not Versace but more to Victoria Secrets.... must get in touch with the feminine side... LoL!!

Sentinel
24-12-2009, 04:17 PM
Men don't wear Crocs. If I were a woman, I wouldn't date a man wearing Crocs. It's just unmanlyIt is getting more obvious you might have been marooned on remote islands for far too long, no?

locust
24-12-2009, 05:50 PM
there was a crocs warehouse sale at The Mines from December 11 - 13.

Wifey bought 2 pairs of crocs, at 60% off. And they are so light, even better than the Asadi "copies" that I have!

I wouldnt buy any fake crocs or counterfeits...may as well pay RM10 for the "genuine" versions from Asadi instead of paying more for fake crocs

Cheers, m

ps. m still doesnt understand why people buy retail or buy fakes and end up spending more than they have to ... when there is a happy, legal and safe "in-between" option~m

pps. only yesterday m bought 2 high quality dress shirts with minor defects (loose threads, missed stitches in the tails) for RM16 (for both shirts, not for each shirt) at a shop in Bangsar~m

ppps. after buying the shirts for RM16, m then went and had a RM30 burger at The Daily Grind, plus RM14 heavenly milkshake shared with wifey~m60% off? aiyo, i missed this good deal, any more clearance sales? How to know they have this kind of sale? Any web site that will notify us?

jan tomaswaki
29-12-2009, 02:04 PM
Or the real Dr. Martin's with the thick gum rubber sole (not the fake Dr. Cardin's)
It's Dr Martens,last month i bought one RM369/= with rubber soles,made in Vietnam.BTW before i left S'pore,i bought a Crocs SGD$25 from Royal Sports in Causeway Point.My whole family wore Crocs,it's a very comfortable shoes.

Blue Jasmine
29-12-2009, 03:46 PM
opposite usj 27 got one malay stall selling crocs for RM75. since i bump to this thread i will check the one at summit instead. hehehe

fRaNkY
29-12-2009, 10:37 PM
Men don't wear Crocs. If I were a woman, I wouldn't date a man wearing Crocs. It's just unmanly

Hahaha! I had similar thoughts ! :D

Though looks comfortable and probably protects diabetics foot... the design looks funny and I think should wear at home or beach .... like slipper....

Now, you see people wearing crocs....at high end shopping centers and even restaurants.. :( Maybe I should start wearing my wooden clogs everywhere.
*kik klak kik klak kik klak!.....

Saw mount of crocs slippers at the pasar tani in brinchang 2 weeks ago... maybe they grew them in Cameron Highland :D

AllUrban
06-01-2010, 03:04 PM
It's Dr Martens,last month i bought one RM369/= with rubber soles,made in Vietnam.BTW before i left S'pore,i bought a Crocs SGD$25 from Royal Sports in Causeway Point.My whole family wore Crocs,it's a very comfortable shoes.sorry, you're right about the spelling. Those are great shoes...solid, heavy and stable.

Crocs are the opposite...light, flexible and slippery but so comfortable.

SGD25 for Crocs is a great deal! With the exchange rate it is RM65 or thereabouts. RM75 with GST.

Cheers, m

umadavid
06-01-2010, 03:16 PM
According to a lady I met at the dentist, these cheap "Crocs" can be got for RM10 at the SS2 market.

AllUrban
06-01-2010, 03:19 PM
It's Dr Martens,last month i bought one RM369/= with rubber soles,made in Vietnam.BTW before i left S'pore,i bought a Crocs SGD$25 from Royal Sports in Causeway Point.My whole family wore Crocs,it's a very comfortable shoes.sorry, you're right about the spelling. Those are great shoes...solid, heavy and stable.

Crocs are the opposite...light, flexible and slippery but so comfortable.

SGD25 for Crocs is a great deal! With the exchange rate it is RM65 or thereabouts. RM75 with GST.

Cheers, m

USJ27Resident
06-01-2010, 03:36 PM
just wondering.... out of curiosity....

if these Crocs are fakes... where the heck are they coming from, how the heck are they brought in, in vast quantities, why the heck isn't the authorised dealer(or distributor) raising "hell" and why isn't the authorities ensuring that the public are not being duped into buying fakes... as these sellers are claiming that the Crocs are the real deals...

AllUrban
06-01-2010, 03:54 PM
just wondering.... out of curiosity....

if these Crocs are fakes... where the heck are they coming from, how the heck are they brought in, in vast quantities, why the heck isn't the authorised dealer(or distributor) raising "hell" and why isn't the authorities ensuring that the public are not being duped into buying fakes... as these sellers are claiming that the Crocs are the real deals...you're right that they arent doing much. Just posting ads outside their stores.

Methinks that they are happy with their share of the real market and know that their customers can tell the difference.

Another thing is that the official crocs have diverse models now.

Cheers, m

Ditto
06-01-2010, 04:41 PM
just wondering.... out of curiosity....

if these Crocs are fakes... where the heck are they coming from, how the heck are they brought in, in vast quantities, why the heck isn't the authorised dealer(or distributor) raising "hell" and why isn't the authorities ensuring that the public are not being duped into buying fakes... as these sellers are claiming that the Crocs are the real deals...

Aiyooo count on the authority in bolehland kah? If no fakes products in bolehland, there already no Petaling street. BTW, just wonder can one find a single genuine product in Petaling Street?

Weezy
06-01-2010, 04:57 PM
i bought 4 pairs at the last warehouse sale... :p

Firefly
06-01-2010, 05:02 PM
Aiyooo count on the authority in bolehland kah? If no fakes products in bolehland, there already no Petaling street. BTW, just wonder can one find a single genuine product in Petaling Street?
Can. The Longan drink seller in the corner and the fruit sellers at the ends. Doubt they are fake.

patrick
06-01-2010, 05:20 PM
Can. The Longan drink seller in the corner and the fruit sellers at the ends. Doubt they are fake.

Maybe not the longan drink but the fruit sellers are fakes too !! Haha!!! ;-) Really...check their pricing. Often they put the price as $XX. You tell yourself..."Wow...that's cheap"!! But look closely, in very small print...."per 1/2 kilo" or something to that effect!! Once I bought some fruits (cant remember what now lah!!), came home, check the weight....sure enough....under weight!! Kena con!

TiNKeRFY
07-01-2010, 06:46 PM
Can. The Longan drink seller in the corner and the fruit sellers at the ends. Doubt they are fake.

Don't forget the taufufah stall diagonally opposite the longan drink stall!! My favorite..

btw, i bought a pair of these cheap Crocs at summit, they caused blisters on the side of my foot.

I asked the seller at Summit USJ whether these are rejects, and he told me they are originals, manufactured for China market. Shuffle the words and some words and you get: Manufactured in China for any market.

Went to the Crocs shop at Subang Parade and compared them, confirm fakes.
Original ones are much softer and they don't 'poke' the bottom of your feet...
:mad:

kokomo
07-01-2010, 06:54 PM
SS2 morning market, they sell Crocs also, berlambak there. Says from China got it cheap from manufacturer. Nowadays China technology very advance. Which ever product you see is good and in market doing well, the next day you'll see it coming from China.

Last time there is a local brand call Asadi design all follow Crocs. I have an original Crocs and I stop wearing already, the bottom of the sole wears off very fast if we walk on normal roads. Initially the idea of Crocs is for sandy beach walk use but now is so common everywhere.

TiNKeRFY
07-01-2010, 06:57 PM
SS2 morning market, they sell Crocs also, berlambak there. Says from China got it cheap from manufacturer. Nowadays China technology very advance. Which ever product you see is good and in market doing well, the next day you'll see it coming from China.

Last time there is a local brand call Asadi design all follow Crocs. I have an original Crocs and I stop wearing already, the bottom of the sole wears off very fast if we walk on normal roads. Initially the idea of Crocs is for sandy beach walk use but now is so common everywhere.

I'll just stick to my Teva.. can even go hiking and cross waist-deep rivers with them...

USJ27Resident
07-01-2010, 10:23 PM
Which ever product you see is good and in market doing well, the next day you'll see it coming from China..

In China, R & D standfor RECEIVE n DUPLICATE... :D

patrick
07-01-2010, 10:50 PM
SS2 morning market, they sell Crocs also, berlambak there. Says from China got it cheap from manufacturer. Nowadays China technology very advance. Which ever product you see is good and in market doing well, the next day you'll see it coming from China.

Last time there is a local brand call Asadi design all follow Crocs. I have an original Crocs and I stop wearing already, the bottom of the sole wears off very fast if we walk on normal roads. Initially the idea of Crocs is for sandy beach walk use but now is so common everywhere.

Share the same problem with you. The sole wears out very fast but the top is still intact! And it becomes very slippery when floor is wet.

avusblue
08-01-2010, 10:24 AM
Share my experience - Bought a pair of Crocs Prepair flip flops (brand new model at that time) ... from the Crocs store at Subang Parade. Wore it for 3 weeks, and the strap between the big toe and second toe broke. This was normal wear, no abuse. Distraught .. i was like wtf. RM140 down the drain. So I brought it back to the store ... they replaced it for me without hassle - even allowed me to choose a different style or color. Kudos - good customer service. Been wearing it for 1 yr now ... best pair of slippers I've ever had.

Then bought 2 more pairs of crocs at 50% off at Isetan sale. With daily wear, the soles do get worn down in about a year. But when new, they're awesome on wet surface.

I've seen the ones at the pasar malam ... they're very good copies, very good! Most people won't appreciate the difference. For me, the material makes the difference - the right lightness, suppleness, and most importantly, support. Some lower quality fakes can be spotted immediately - the material is noticeably harder. Oh well, to each their own.

kokomo
08-01-2010, 11:23 AM
I'll just stick to my Teva.. can even go hiking and cross waist-deep rivers with them...

I went Sg. Chilling crossing 6 streams with my Crocs, yes, it was very slippery but I also managed to went thru the 6 streams & back safely. Teva no doubt is a very good brand. Just not my type of design they made for me to wear.

Crocs wear it in those rivers, beach cos of the holes around it, those sand and water gets out from our foot faster & easier. Unlike we wear shoes to sandy beaches or crossing rivers, it get stuck with you feeling uncomfortable.

kokomo
08-01-2010, 11:26 AM
Share the same problem with you. The sole wears out very fast but the top is still intact! And it becomes very slippery when floor is wet.

Pat, try take a knife and craft the bottom of the sole to make threads :D Crocs so bloody expensive even if the sole wears out, can't bear to throw it away still.

jan tomaswaki
08-01-2010, 11:28 AM
the bottom of the sole wears off very fast if we walk on normal roads..
The Crocs are meant for indoor , rumah sakit (hosiptal) and aged people.When Jon Bonvi wear by the roadside it become a fad.

avusblue
08-01-2010, 12:00 PM
The Crocs are meant for indoor , rumah sakit (hosiptal) and aged people.When Jon Bonvi wear by the roadside it become a fad.

Word of advise on crocs - don't wear them hiking in the bush (eg. Africa, Australia, etc.). The inch long thorns in those areas just poke right thru them because they are so soft and full of microscopic holes. And removing broken thorns embedded in the soles can be challenging. Ask me how I know.

AllUrban
08-01-2010, 12:31 PM
Pat, try take a knife and craft the bottom of the sole to make threads :D Crocs so bloody expensive even if the sole wears out, can't bear to throw it away still.must be some people who have tried that ... see if we can find info on the internet :D

Cheers, m

jan tomaswaki
11-01-2010, 11:12 AM
Went to S/Parade to check wheather the Crocs i bought in S'pore was a fake after showing her the barcode...its a fake ! *&^%$# i bought it in a reputable sport shop.How to make complain?

superdude11224
11-01-2010, 01:09 PM
I dont mean to protect or criticise any brand, but just for discussion sake. Even IF the Crocs in the market were genuine, would the distributor put up a notice to read "The Crocs in the market are genuine but dont buy from unauthorised distributor". On the other hand, if they stay quiet, their market share may be eroded.

In any case, my belief is that it's just a case of willing buyer, willing seller. At about 1/4 of the "original" price, the buyer should just look at it as buying another brand of shoes! Whether it's fake, seconds or whatever, buy it based on your own perceived value and quality!



So many items nowdays have original and fake versions and alot of the time we might not even be able to tell the difference by just looking at it. The thing is sometimes there are differences that u notice between the two when you actually start using it provided you have used both the original and fake version. Also in terms of wear and tear the original product might win the race

It's hard to say but for me it's up to the person buying which he wanna go for. Only thing is the buyer should not be under the delusion that the two are the same, cause thats just sad.

totoro
11-01-2010, 01:10 PM
I saw Jusco selling Crocs-like shoes (you can say they are identical to the pasar malam Crocs) but under different brand names... for RM17. :)

kokomo
11-01-2010, 07:25 PM
Went to S/Parade to check wheather the Crocs i bought in S'pore was a fake after showing her the barcode...its a fake ! *&^%$# i bought it in a reputable sport shop.How to make complain?

So many fake stuff selling everywhere nowadays, how did the Crocs shop in Subang Parade helps you to identify the Crocs you bought were fake? Btw, just curious, how did you suspect that the Crocs you bought from S'gpore is fake?

Maybe you can google up their website and look for their customer service call no. or email. Good luck!

jan tomaswaki
12-01-2010, 11:27 AM
So many fake stuff selling everywhere nowadays, how did the Crocs shop in Subang Parade helps you to identify the Crocs you bought were fake? Btw, just curious, how did you suspect that the Crocs you bought from S'gpore is fake?

Maybe you can google up their website and look for their customer service call no. or email. Good luck!
It's the bar code and no pricetag are allow to overlap the bar code