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Although there are similarities, it is impossible to deny that there are significant differences when you compare the Crocs All Terrain vs Classic Clogs on things such as weight, sizing, and design. Quickly, this is what jumps out the most to me:
- Crocs All Terrain, as the name would suggest, have a design better built to handle an outdoor environment. This includes an enhanced tread pattern and an adjustable heel strap.
- Both styles have what Crocs calls a “roomy” fit (which is the widest fit they offer). In my experience, these styles have a similar fit, but the Crocs All Terrain has that adjustable heel strap, which means you can customize the fit as needed. At the bottom of the article I use real comparison photos to compare the sizing of these Crocs to the sizing of other popular shoes.
- There is a difference in weight. My Crocs Classics weigh 0.43 pounds per shoe and my Crocs All Terrain weigh 0.56 pounds per shoe (based off size 12 men’s).
- Both shoes have the same type of ventilation holes both on the top of the shoe, and on the sides.
I recently tried ten different types of Crocs. Just to give you an idea where Crocs Classics and Crocs All Terrain clogs compare to other styles regarding weight, I listed all of the weights below (weights based off one size 12 men’s shoe). You might take note that the Crocs Yukon Vista II (which is another popular outdoor-style clog) has the same weight as the All Terrain:
|Type of Crocs||Weight (lbs)||Photo|
|Crocs Classic||0.43||click here to view|
|Crocs Baya||0.43||click here to view|
|Crocs All Terrain||0.56||click here to view|
|Crocs Yukon Vista II||0.56||click here to view|
|Crocs Specialist||0.60||click here to view|
|Crocs Crocband||0.60||click here to view|
|Crocs LiteRide||0.66||click here to view|
|Crocs Bistro||0.73||click here to view|
|Crocs Bistro Pro||0.83||click here to view|
|Crocs On-the-Clock||0.84||click here to view|
In this article let’s take a closer look at Crocs Classic vs All Terrain so you can decide which style might be best for you. I will use specific sizing photos that I have comparing these styles to other popular types of shoes so you can feel more confident you are ordering the right size.
Crocs Classic vs All Terrain Clogs
Crocs Classic Clogs
The Crocs Classic Clog is the traditional Crocs style, with a ventilated toe and an open heel with heel strap. It has a roomy toe box, but I found my normal sizing to fit true to size (just don’t expect a narrow fit).
This Crocs Classic shoe is very comfortable and lightweight. Out of the ten different types of Crocs clogs that I tried, the Crocs Classic tied for the most lightweight Crocs (my size 12 weighs 0.43 pounds per shoe).
This is the current price of these Crocs Classic Clogs available at Crocs.com (paid affiliate link takes you to Crocs.com). If you want to read more about this style of Crocs and see sizing photos, visit my Crocs Classic Clog Sizing Review.
Crocs Classic All-Terrain Clogs
The Crocs All-Terrain Clogs are a variation of the Crocs Classic Clogs, but with a couple small tweaks that make them more appropriate for outdoor recreation. These All-Terrain Crocs have enhanced tread for better grip in outdoor terrain.
These Crocs also have an adjustable heel strap that allows you to tighten the shoes better, which provides more secure support. These Crocs have a roomy fit just like the classic Crocs, and although they weigh a bit more due to the extra tread, they still have a very lightweight design.
This is the current price of these Crocs All-Terrain Clogs available at Crocs.com (paid affiliate link takes you to Crocs.com). If you want to read more about this type of Crocs and see sizing photos, visit my Crocs All-Terrain Sizing Review.
Crocs All Terrain vs Classic Sizing
In my experience, all types of Crocs clogs have a wide fit design. But, it is important to note that Crocs are offered in two main types of fits: Roomy Fit and Relaxed Fit. Don’t expect either of these fits to be narrow, but the Roomy Fit is the widest option.
Both the Crocs Classics and the Crocs All Terrain have a “Roomy Fit”, which means they both have the widest fit available. I found the fit of these two clogs to have a very similar fit. The one thing you will want to consider is the Crocs All Terrain has the adjustable strap, so the fit is customizable.
Here is my side-by-side comparison photo of the Crocs Classic vs All Terrain sizing (All Terrain on left):
**Verify Your Crocs Sizing**: Crocs.com now has its own sizing resource page which helps you find the right fit for your foot. Click here to view this sizing resource available at Crocs.com (paid affiliate link takes you to Crocs.com).
Also, if you are looking for quick Crocs sizing advice and don’t want to browse through all the comparison photos on this page, then this quick video below just summarizes my thoughts regarding how Crocs fit:
Crocs Classic Sizing Photos
Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs Classics compared to other brands (all shoes are size 12 men’s). Please note that the pivoting heel strap is where the back of the foot will start, so take that into consideration when comparing these shoes.
Crocs Classic Sizing vs Vans
Crocs Classic Sizing vs Nike Air Max
Crocs Classic Sizing vs Nike Cortez
Crocs Classic Sizing vs New Balance 997
Crocs Classic Sizing vs Converse Chucks
Crocs Classic Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost
Crocs Classic Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr
Crocs All Terrain Sizing Photos
Below are the sizing photos I took for the Crocs All Terrain clogs compared to other brands (all shoes are size 12 men’s). Please note that the adjustable heel strap is where the back of the foot will start, so take that into consideration when comparing these shoes.
Crocs All Terrain Sizing Comparison Photos
Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Vans
Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Nike Air Max
Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Nike Cortez
Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs New Balance 997
Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Converse Chucks
Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost
Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr
Crocs Classic vs All Terrain Design
Despite other design differences, the ventilation holes on the Crocs Classics and Crocs All Terrain are the same. Both styles have top and side ventilation holes:
The Crocs All Terrain clogs have enhanced tread for better grip in outdoor terrain. Not only is the tread patter on the All Terrain a little bit deeper, there are also individual lugs around the edge of the outsole that the Crocs Classic does not have.
Below is the tread of my Crocs Classics (white, top) compared to my All Terrain (navy, bottom):
The enhanced tread is not the only design detail that makes the Crocs All Terrain more outdoor friendly. These Crocs All Terrain clogs also have an adjustable heel strap, which means you can tighten the fit to provide a more secure fit across all types of terrain.
Other Crocs to Consider
If you want to read about other Crocs, visit our articles linked below:
- Crocs Clogs without Holes
- Crocs with the most cushioning
- Best Adjustable Heel Strap Crocs
- Crocs Classics Compared to Crocband
- Best Closed Heel Crocs Clogs
- Crocs Classic vs Crocs LiteRide Clogs
- Crocs Yukon Vista II Clog Review
- Baya vs Classic Crocs Clogs
- Crocs Classic vs Bistro
- Bistro vs Bistro Pro Clogs
My Crocs Classic vs All Terrain Conclusion
The Crocs All Terrain will be the better choice if you plan to wear your Crocs outside, and on something other than a predictable, smooth surface. The Crocs All Terrain might make for a nice summer camping/fishing clog.
The adjustable strap allows you to secure the fit, and the enhanced tread provides grip.
The Crocs Classic is lighter in weight, and has the pivoting heel strap, which means you don’t have to strap and un-strap it. It would be the better choice who want something simple and easy to kick off to wear around the house and for errands.