Crocs told analysts at the Piper Jaffray conference that it has installed a new management team in Europe to build up a more solid base for the brand in the region, where clogs still represent 70 percent of its business. Worldwide, the share of clogs has declined to 48 percent of sales, and it is projected to decline to between 30 and 35 percent in due time. Crocs' internet sales in Europe are growing, and the number of its single-brand stores in the region is set to double to 60 doors by the end of this year. There will be more outlet stores in the U.K., France, Germany, the Nordic countries and Russia.