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- ‘I'm used to comfortable shoes and have gravitated toward jungle mocs, kind of an up to date, upbeat take on the loafers I wore throughout high school and college.’
- ‘The final blow was when I went to my catalog to order the mocs so praised by Stewart, and there it was: ‘for men only’.’
- ‘Anyway, as you can see, the moc is sort of a slip-on walking shoe with a sneaker-ish sole.’
- ‘The duo behind the jeans has come out with a line of the most adorable mocs yet, featuring brightly colored fur lining and whimsical beaded designs on the toe.’
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