Crocs Relief

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Crocs Relief
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Color: Khaki
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Crocs Relief - 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.
Find Relief from plantar pain, heel pain and metatarsalgia in this ultra-soft clog from Crocs®.
APMA approved and carries the United States Ergonomics endorsement.


  • Roomy forefoot allows a comfortable fit with no pressure points, reducing the discomfort from bunions and other foot irregularities.


  • Anatomically-designed sole provides comfortable relief for plantar fasciitis, heel bruises and other plantar injuries.

Traction and Grip:

  • Non-marking, shock-absorbing outsole reduces stress on feet, knees, hips and lower back and offers excellent grip.


  • Side air portals keep feet cool and dry.
  • Wide toe box is ideal for many post-op conditions.
  • Find Relief from plantar pain, heel pain and metatarsalgia in this ultra-soft clog from Crocs®. Top 25 Category Product
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Crocs Relief Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

I have many foot problems, but my job demands that I stand on my feet for my entire shift. While these are comfortable, I think the Croc Bistro's are just a tad more comfortable. They have just a little more cushion and a little more arch support. But, with that said, these are cooler to wear as they have the openings to allow air flow. I now have these and the Bistros and rotate wearing them every day. If you don't have a lot of foot problems, you will probably find these very comfy. Be aware, these will not pass OSHA foot wear requirements so if your work place insists on meeting those standards then you need the Bistros.
Anonymous - customer at on 06/23/2010
These are the best and really only shoe I have found that actually helps heel spurs and plantar fasciitis. I wear them around the house all the time and short trips shopping. I find nothing helps for long on cement or hard floors. I am ordering more colors. I only gave this a four star because I so much want a pair that I can wear to church or dress that has more style to it. I don't know if that is possible, but keep the insides the same, just a little more dressy for special occasions when I need to dress up and even wear a dress. Love this shoe for help in my conditions.
Anonymous - customer at on 02/29/2012
Well, they're Crocs, so they're comfy! No news there. I ordered these and the Mercy style to compare. Mercy, according to the description, is designed for nurses. Croc Reliefs are for people with plantar's fasciitis, which I have had for years, as well as Morton's Neuroma. These have given me my life back! I can cook a meal, I can even shop for it without suffering foot agony for hours afterwards. Wish they were prettier, but you can't have everything! Also, it would be great if they offered this style with a lower instep to accomodate the inevitable foot swelling that happens as the day goes on.
Anonymous - customer at on 02/17/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Well, these are supposed to be good for folks with plantar fasciitis, but they didn't do much for me. The heel is a lot lower than I expected, for one thing. My foot doctor says I need a 1 1\/2" heel, but these are about half that. I don't want to undo all the progress I've made toward getting my foot better by wearing a lower heel. Also, the shoes are really wide and my foot shimmies around in them. Back they go.
Anonymous - customer at on 04/09/2010
I have three pairs of Crocs Reliefs. The blue and brown pairs are much softer and more comfortable than the black ones. The black ones are rather hard and stiff. The brown and blue pair are made in Mexico and the black pair is made in China.
Anonymous - customer at on 08/29/2010