Crocs Neria

Priced: $29.84 - $45.00 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 5 reviews.
Crocs Neria
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Color: Plum
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Crocs Neria - Please note this style runs in whole sizes only. For customers that are a half size, the brand recommends ordering a half size larger than your normal shoe size.
The Neria Work clog from Crocs® is a comfortable shoe designed to handle to strains of hard work.
Designed for work environments food service, health care, hospitality, and more.
Croslite™ upper offers durability and custom form-to-foot fit.
Slip-on silhouette with open entry provides an easy on and off.
Odor-resistant interior keeps your feet fresh.
Molded Croslite™ footbed provides lasting support and comfort.
Crocs Lock™ tread delivers slip-resistance to ensure sure-footing on a variety of surfaces.


  • Croslite material upper molds to the shape of your foot for a durable, comfortable wear.

Support and Cushioning:

  • Compressed EVA mesh foot bed with argyle print provides lasting support and comfort.


  • Slip-on silhouette with open entry provides an easy on/off.
In the Neria from Crocs you'll look and feel great all-day long!
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Heel Height:1 1 2 in
Weight:7 oz

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Crocs Neria Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I'm an ER nurse and have been seeking a comfy work shoe for a while. Stumbled across these and figured for the price, why not? The expensive Danskos I had been wearing were starting to outright hurt my feet, and these are just like them, so I got them. Wow! They won me over fast! Very comfy, a tad big, but since I have high arches I usually put an insert in anyway, a little gellin' fixed that up nice. I normally wear an 8-8.5, got the 8. They are supposed to "slip up and down" just like Danskos/Sanitas which took getting used to but after a little while you don't notice it at all. I really love the way my foot kind of "bounces" (forgive me, can't find a word to better describe this) in them, but I'll tell you, my feet haven't hurt at all since I started wearing them! Also a bonus the Danskos didn't offer: they bend and are flexible, so when I'm kneeling (which as a tall nurse I'm always doing) it doesn't hurt the top of my foot. Another ER nurse bonus: they clean very easily. I take a disposable surface wipe and wipe them down, all clean! Will be ordering these again!
Cheryl E - customer at on 10/30/2011
I've been wearing the Crocs Bistro for about a year, and they never really had any support. I just bought these recently because I need something more comfortable and non-slip for the food service industry. My feet tend to start hurting after a few hours of work due to poor fitting shoes, and I think these out of everything I've tried from cheap to expensive have fit the bill! They are pretty comfortable, and are very cushiony in the heel. For those of you familiar with wearing Dansko shoes like myself, they do have the "floppy heel" feeling which is normal. I read the reviews on the Neria before purchasing with many people saying they run big, so I went a size down (I'm normally an 8, bought a 7). They fit good as long as you order down from what you normally are! I recommend.
Rachael R - customer at on 03/08/2012
If you're on your feet all day, then this is perfect! Ever wanted to walk around barefoot all day? Well, this is as close as it gets to it, as far as having to wear shoes! Runs a size larger, I can get away with a 5 in sneakers but got this in a 4. I'll be buying more!
Anonymous - customer at on 03/18/2012
They run big! Typically wear a 7.5, ordered an 8. So big! Returned and ordered a 7, still big but manageable.
Anonymous - customer at on 11/17/2011

Neutral Reviews:

These felt super comfy at first, but after I walked around in them, I started noticing two things: 1) My heels kept slipping out (and I'm pretty sure the shoes aren't too big or too small) and 2) The tops of the shoes began to rub against my arches. For a comfort shoe that doesn't have the benefit of being pretty, less than perfect comfort is unacceptable to me. Back they go.
Anonymous - customer at on 10/07/2011