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In this Crocs ‘On the Clock’ Review I want to highlight the design features that separate the Crocs On-the-Clock Clog from other types of Crocs Clogs. I own nine different types of Crocs clogs so I can give you a nice perspective on what makes the Crocs On-the-Clock unique, and how Crocs On-the-Clock sizing compares to other Crocs clogs, and other popular shoes.
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Crocs On-the-Clock Information
My Thoughts on Crocs On-the-Clock Clogs
Crocs ‘On the Clock’ Weight
My size 12 men’s Crocs On-the-Clock clogs weigh 0.84 pounds per shoe, which made these the heaviest Crocs that I have tried. Here I am weighing my Crocs On-the-Clock work clogs size 12:
Below is a table comparing how the Crocs On-the-Clock weight compares to the other Crocs clogs that I have tried. All the weights listed below are based off of one size 12 men’s shoe. I also provided links to those clogs in case you want more information on them:
|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 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|
Crocs On-the-Clock Design
- Closed Design – These Crocs On-the-Clock clogs have no ventilation and also have a closed heel which makes them more appropriate for work environments. This closed design does add a little bit extra weight and makes these clogs heavier than normal Crocs Classics.
- Slip Resistant – The Crocs On-the-Clock clogs have a slip-resistant outsole tread pattern which makes them better for work environments. This is something that Crocs Classic clogs do not have. Here is a look at the outsole slip-resistant tread on mine:
- Insole – These Crocs On-the-Clock shoes comes with insoles, which make them a bit unique compared to Crocs Classics. You can buy these shoes with the “Dual Comfort” insoles I have pictured below, or you can buy them with the “LiteRide” insoles, which provide extra foam cushioning which we discuss next.
- LiteRide – I personally love the Crocs LiteRide insoles. Crocs offers these On-the-Clock clogs in a LiteRide version that has these LiteRide insoles. If you are looking for extra cushioning, these are a great option. Click here to view the Crocs On-the-Clock LiteRide clog available at Crocs.com (paid affiliate link takes you to Crocs.com). In the video below, I tried to capture just how soft the LiteRide insole is:
Potential Drawback to Consider
- Air Flow – Because these Crocs On-the-Clock clogs don’t have the standard Crocs ventilation holes, they won’t provide as much breathability as other types of Crocs. Obviously, some work environments demand a closed work shoe. But if you prefer breathability, there will be better options. It is worth noting that these shoes do have two small air holes on the side, but they don’t have the ventilation that Crocs is known for.
Crocs ‘On the Clock’ Sizing
In my experience, the Crocs On-the-Clock fits true to size. It has what Crocs calls a “relaxed” fit, which means it isn’t as wide as other types of Crocs. Now, to be clear, don’t expect a narrow fit. It still has extra space in the toe box area compared to many other types of shoes, but this isn’t the widest fit that Crocs offers.
Because the fit isn’t as wide as other types of Crocs, it gives these Crocs On-the-Clock clogs a more secure fit. I found the length of the Crocs On-the-Clock clogs to be true to size and pretty consistent when compared to other popular shoes.
Below are comparison photos I took for Crocs On-the-Clock sizing. As you can see, the toe box area is wider than most other types of shoes (but not as wide as Crocs Classics).
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Vans
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Nike Air Max
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Nike Dunk
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs New Balance 574
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Reebok Classic
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Adidas Superstar
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Air Jordan 1
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Merrell Jungle Moc
Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Hey Dude
Other Crocs to Consider
As I mentioned earlier, I recently tried nine different types of Crocs, including these Crocs On-the-Clock clogs, to compare them on sizing, comfort, and design. To read more, visit my Crocs articles linked below:
- Crocs Styles
- Safety Toe Crocs
- Crocs Classic Clog Review
- Crocs Bistro Review
- Crocs LiteRide Review
- Crocs Baya Review
- Crocs All Terrain Review
- Crocs Crocband Review
- Crocs Specialist Review
- Do Crocs Run Big or Small?
- Adjustable Heel Strap Crocs
- Comfortable Crocs Clogs
- Classic vs Crocband
- Will Crocs Shrink in the Dryer?
- Crocs Classic vs Baya
Where to Buy Crocs On-the-Clock Clogs
The Crocs On-the-Clock shoes are very different than other types of Crocs Clogs. This Crocs On-the-Clock shoe is designed for work, and because of that, it has both a closed toe and a closed heel. Although all Crocs are lightweight compared to other types of shoes, because these Crocs On-the-Clock shoes have a closed heel and toe, they weigh a bit more than other Crocs.
And it is important to understand that because this Crocs On-the-Clock shoe is meant to be used primarily as a work shoe, and has a slip on design without a heel strap, it has a snugger fit than Crocs Classics (Crocs for professionals). No, don’t expect a tight fit, but the fit (which Crocs calls “Relaxed”) doesn’t have quite as wide of a toe box as the Crocs Classics.
This is the current price of these Crocs On-the-Clock Clogs available at Crocs.com (paid affiliate link takes you to Crocs.com). In my experience, these Crocs On-the-Clock clogs fit true to size.