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“I like many different Crocs, but the ones I wear the most are the LiteRide Pacer,” the New Girl star tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “I wear them all the time.”
The LiteRide Pacers are cushioned hybrid sneakers with foam footbeds. They have the same look and feel as standard sneakers, but are lightweight and have holes in the uppers like more traditional Crocs. They’re also designed to be softer and more flexible than previous Crocs styles.
Deschanel says she wears hers to the beach, to garden in and to take her kids to the park. “I get so many compliments on them,” she says. “People are surprised they’re Crocs because they don’t have the normal Crocs look.”
Deschanel isn’t the only one in her family who enjoys Crocs — she says her kids wear the Classic Clogs to the beach and park. (Her daughter, Elsie, is a fan of the pink and purple styles, while her son, Charlie, regularly wears a blue pair.)
Deschanel is one of several famous faces currently starring in Crocs’s “Come As You Are” campaign, which is designed to get people to feel more comfortable in their own shoes. She says she was immediately drawn to the concept.
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“When they came to me with this idea for the campaign, I was really excited because I love the idea of come as you are,” she says. “Now, in the age of social media, people are very focused on themselves and self-critical and I like the idea of celebrating that we are all unique.”
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