Crocs Sizing Guide: Do Crocs Fit Big or Small? [My Photos]


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After trying nine different types of Crocs my conclusion about Crocs sizing is this: Although Crocs have a wide, roomy fit, I found the overall length of Crocs to fit true to size in most all cases. I did, however, find a few exceptions that fit a bit bigger than expected.

In my opinion, the Crocs Bistro, Crocs Bistro Pro, and Crocs Specialist II clogs all fit bigger than other types of Crocs clogs. I will use my comparison photos in this article to help you understand how Crocs fit. I would also recommend you use the sizing resource from Crocs.com linked below:

**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:

When I say that I found the length of Crocs to fit true to size in most cases, perhaps a better way to say it is I found the length of Crocs to be average (meaning, I found some brands that fit longer, and some brands that fit shorter).

For example, here is my size 12 Crocs Classic compared to my size 12 Vans Slip On:

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I found the Crocs to fit much wider, and to be just a slight bit longer than the Vans slip ons. But, it’s also worth mentioning that I found some other types of popular shoes that fit longer. For example, here are my size 12 Crocs Classics compared to my size 12 Nike Air Max shoes:

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As you can see, those Nike Air Max shoes fit longer than the Crocs Classics. And, of course, it will also depend on what type of Crocs clog you choose to buy. Crocs offers these clogs in a couple different fits that affect the width and roominess of the clog.

The main two types of Crocs fits are Roomy Fit and Relaxed Fit. Although both of these fits create a wide design, the Roomy Fit is the wider of the two.

So, we know the width of Crocs sizing can vary between different Crocs styles, but I also found the length of the Crocs clogs to differ slightly depending on the type of Crocs you choose. For example, here are my size 12 Crocs Classic clogs (right) compared to my size 12 Crocs Bistro clogs (left):

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As you can see, the Crocs Bistro fits longer than the Crocs Classic. If this all seems a bit overwhelming, let me say again, that in my experience, ordering my normal sizing was almost always the correct choice for Crocs. Hopefully my experience with these clogs can help you find the right fit.

Below is a list of the nine types of Crocs clogs that I have tried (all of which I will discuss at length in this Crocs sizing guide):

In this article, I want to use the comparison photos I took of these nine different types of Crocs clogs. I will also link to my Crocs sizing resources I have for each of these individual styles in case you want to read more about a specific Crocs style. I hope this helps!

Crocs Classic Sizing

I found the Crocs Classics to fit true to size. They have a roomy fit, which is Crocs widest toe box. Do not expect a narrow fit. That said, the length of the Crocs Classics was what I consider to be true to size, meaning it felt comfortable on my foot, and also meaning that when I compared it to other popular brands, I found some brands that fit shorter, and some brands that fit longer.

**Confirm 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).

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. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs Classics.

Crocs Classic Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs Classic Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs Classic Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs Classic Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs Classic Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs Classic Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs Classic Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs Classic Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs Bistro Sizing

In my experience, the Crocs Bistro was one of the types of Crocs that I felt like fit just a little bit too big. It definitely fits bigger than the Crocs Classics. It didn’t feel obnoxiously big on my foot, but it was definitely loose.

Here’s my advice: If you prefer a loose fit, then I would recommend ordering your normal sizing for the Crocs Bistro. If you prefer a snug fit, sizing down is probably your best option. The Crocs Bistro has what Crocs calls a “roomy” fit, which is their roomiest, widest toe box. Don’t expect Crocs Bistro clogs to fit narrow.

**Confirm 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).

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs Bistro clogs 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. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs Bistro.

Crocs Bistro Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs Bistro vs Crocs Classic

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Crocs Bistro Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs Bistro Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs Bistro Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs Bistro Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs Bistro Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs Bistro Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs Bistro Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs Crocband Sizing

In my experience, the Crocs Crocband 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.

Crocs Crocband clogs have that relaxed toe box which gives the clog a casual, comfortable fit, but I found the length of the Crocs Crocband clogs to be true to size and pretty consistent when compared to other popular shoes. The sizing for Crocs Crocband is very similar to the sizing for Crocs Classics. I’d describe the overall length of these clogs as average (meaning some shoes run smaller, some shoes run bigger).

**Confirm Your Sizing for Crocs**: 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).

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs Crocband clogs 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. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs Crocband.

Crocs Crocband Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs Crocband vs Crocs Classic

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Crocs Crocband Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs Crocband Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs Crocband Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs Crocband Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs Crocband Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs Crocband Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs Crocband Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs Baya Sizing

In my experience, the Crocs Baya fits true to size. It has what Crocs calls a “roomy” fit, which, as we have discussed throughout, is their roomiest, widest toe box. Don’t expect Crocs Baya clogs (or really any Crocs clogs) to fit narrow.

Crocs Baya clogs have a wide design, but I found the length of the Crocs Baya clogs to be true to size and pretty consistent when compared to other popular shoes. The sizing for Crocs Baya is very similar to the sizing for Crocs Classics. I’d describe the overall length of these Crocs Baya clogs as average (meaning some shoes run smaller, some shoes run bigger).

**Verify Your Sizing for Crocs**: 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).

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs Baya clogs 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. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs Baya.

Crocs Baya Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs Baya vs Crocs Classic

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Crocs Baya Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs Baya Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs Baya Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs Baya Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs Baya Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs Baya Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs Baya Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs ‘On the Clock’ Sizing

In my experience, the sizing for Crocs On-the-Clock is true to size. These Crocs On-the-Clock clogs are a bit different because they have a closed heel without a heel strap, which gives them a true slip-on design. These clogs are designed for work environments that demand a closed heel shoe (does Crocs make a safety shoe?).

The Crocs On-the-Clock clog 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. I’d describe the overall length of these clogs as average (meaning some shoes run smaller, some shoes run bigger).

**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).

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs On-the-Clock clogs compared to other brands (all shoes are size 12 men’s). If you look closely below, the Crocs On-the-Clock clog looks a tiny bit longer than the Crocs Classic, but in my experience, they both feel true to size when they are on my feet. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs On-the-Clock.

Crocs On the Clock Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs On the Clock vs Crocs Classic

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Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs On the Clock Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing

In my experience, the sizing for Crocs LiteRide is 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.

It has a sleeker design, which gives it a more athletic fit and appearance. I found the length of the Crocs LiteRide clogs to be true to size and pretty consistent when compared to other popular shoes. I’d describe the overall length of these clogs as average (meaning some shoes run smaller, some shoes run bigger).

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs LiteRide clogs compared to other brands (all shoes are size 12 men’s). The heel strap is obviously where the heel will begin, so take that into account when using these comparison photos.

**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).

It is worth noting that even though in the photo below the Crocs LiteRide looks to be a bit longer than the Crocs Classic, in my experience, these two clogs fit basically the exact same on my foot regarding length (the Crocs Classic is a bit wider). To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs LiteRide clogs.

Crocs LiteRide Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs LiteRide vs Crocs Classic

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs LiteRide Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs Specialist II Sizing

In my experience, the Crocs Specialist II clogs do fit a bit loose (looser than my Crocs Classics). I wouldn’t describe the fit as obnoxiously loose, so if you prefer a looser, more relaxed fit, your normal sizing might work. But if you prefer a snug fit, then it will probably be best to size down.

It has what Crocs calls a “roomy” fit, which is their roomiest, widest toe box. Don’t expect Crocs Specialist clogs (or really any Crocs clogs) to fit narrow.

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs Specialist clogs compared to other brands (all shoes are size 12 men’s). The heel strap is obviously where the heel will begin, so take that into account when using these comparison photos.

**Verify Your Sizing for Crocs**: 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).

Again, it is worth noting that in my experience, the sizing for Crocs Specialist clogs do fit a bit longer than the Crocs Classic clogs. I tried to capture that in the photo below. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my Crocs Specialist II Review.

Crocs Specialist II Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs Specialist II vs Crocs Classic

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Crocs Specialist Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs Specialist Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs Specialist Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs Specialist Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs Specialist Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs Specialist Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs Specialist Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing

These Crocs All Terrain shoes are a bit more difficult to give sizing advice on. Why? Well, they have an adjustable heel strap, so the fit is customizable. Obviously, this can be very helpful in allowing you to find the perfect, most comfortable fit for Crocs.

In my experience, I would describe the sizing for Crocs All Terrain as true to size. It has what Crocs calls a “roomy” fit, which is their roomiest, widest toe box. Don’t expect Crocs All Terrain clogs (or really any Crocs clogs) to fit narrow.

Crocs All Terrain clogs have a wide design, but I found the length of the Crocs All Terrain clogs to be true to size and pretty consistent when compared to other popular shoes (and pretty consistent when compared to Crocs Classics).

**Verify Your Sizing for Crocs**: 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).

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs All Terrain clogs compared to other brands (all shoes are size 12 men’s). Remember, the Crocs All Terrain has the adjustable heel strap to help you find the right fit. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs All Terrain.

Crocs All Terrain Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs All Terrain vs Crocs Classics

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs All Terrain Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing

These closed-toe Crocs Bistro Pro clogs are similar to the Crocs All Terrain from above in that they have an adjustable heel strap which allows you to customize the fit to the unique length of your foot. Obviously, this can be very helpful in allowing you to find the perfect, most comfortable fit for Crocs.

In my experience, the Crocs Bistro Pro LiteRide does fit a bit longer than Crocs Classics, but again, the heel strap is customizable. Still, if you prefer a snug fit, sizing down may be your best option. It has what Crocs calls a “roomy” fit, which is their roomiest, widest toe box. Don’t expect Crocs Bistro Pro clogs to fit narrow.

**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).

Below are the Crocs sizing photos I took for the Crocs Bistro Pro clogs compared to other brands (all shoes are size 12 men’s). Remember, the Crocs Bistro Pro has the adjustable heel strap to help you find the right fit, but does fit a bit loose compared to other Crocs. To read more about Crocs sizing, visit my review of Crocs Bistro Pro LiteRide.

Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing Comparison Photos

Crocs Bistro Pro vs Crocs Classic

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing vs Vans

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing vs Nike Air Max

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing vs Nike Cortez

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing vs New Balance 997

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing vs Converse Chucks

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing vs Adidas 2K Boost

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Crocs Bistro Pro Sizing vs Under Armour Hovr

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Crocs Sizing Conclusion

Do Crocs Run Big or Small?

In my experience, Crocs fit true to size in most all cases. As we have discussed above, there are some styles that fit a bit looser than other types of Crocs.

You can expect the sizing for Crocs Bistro, Crocs Bistro Pro, and Crocs Specialist II clogs to all fit a bit longer than Crocs Classic clogs. They aren’t obnoxiously loose, but if you prefer a snug fit, sizing down those specific styles may be your best option.

For all other types of Crocs that I have tried, my normal sizing fit true to size.

Are Crocs Wide?

Yes, Crocs are wide. 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.

Expect the toe box area of Crocs to be much wider than other types of shoes. For example, in the photo below I tried to capture just how much wider the toe box area of my Crocs are compared to my Vans slip-on shoes:

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The main takeaway is, yes, expect Crocs sizing to have a roomy, wide design. The Relaxed Fit option will be less roomy than the Roomy Fit, but still do not expect the Relaxed Fit design to feel narrow. If you are interested how this might affect weight, visit my article that explains the weight of Crocs.

Should I Size Up or Down for Crocs Half Sizes?

Most types of Crocs do not come in half sizes. If you normally wear a half size, then this can create a difficult decision regarding sizing. Here’s my advice:

Although Crocs are wide, in my experience, they are not big regarding length. As I have said throughout this Crocs sizing guide, I think the best way to describe the length of most Crocs clogs is “average”.

**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).

If you size down, I do think there is a reasonable chance the Crocs are too tight. If you are stuck on a half size, I would probably advise you to size up most types of Crocs clogs. But, there are exceptions.

In my experience, the Crocs Bistro, Crocs Bistro Pro, and Crocs Specialist all fit looser than other Crocs clogs. If you wear a half size and are buying one of those styles, I would recommend sizing down.

Do Crocs Stretch?

Yes, in my experience, Crocs do stretch out a bit over time. Don’t expect the amount of stretch to be enough to affect Crocs sizing decisions, but the foam material is very flexible, and I notice that over time, the Crocs seem to adapt to the shape and length of my foot.

Are Crocs Adjustable?

Some types of Crocs are adjustable. These adjustable Crocs have adjustable heel straps so you can better customize the fit of Crocs to your foot.

Here is an example of my Crocs All Terrain clogs which have an adjustable heel strap:

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But, it is also worth noting that the pivoting heel strap used in normal Crocs does have some give to it. No, it isn’t adjustable, but it is flexible, and it helps the Crocs fit comfortably against the foot. In the video below, I tried to capture how flexible the foam heel strap is:

Do All Crocs Fit the Same?

No, don’t expect all types of Crocs to fit the same. As we have discussed above, the width of Crocs can change depending on what style you choose. Some Crocs Clogs have a Roomy Fit, which is the widest option, and then some other Crocs Clogs have a Relaxed Fit, which is a bit more narrow.

Also, the length of Crocs sizing can vary depending on style. For example, here are my size 12 Crocs Bistro Clogs (left) compared to my size 12 Crocs Classic Clogs (right):

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As you can see, the Crocs Bistro Clogs fit longer than the Crocs Classic Clogs.

That said, in my experience most types of Crocs Clogs have a similar, true-to-size fit. In most cases, ordering your normal sizing will be the best option.

How Do You Know What Size of Crocs to Get?

Again, in my experience, ordering your normal shoe sizing is best for most types of Crocs clogs. I have detailed exceptions throughout this article that I feel like fit a bit looser (Croc Bistro, Crocs Bistro Pro, Crocs Specialist II).

If you are worried about Crocs sizing, and want to read more, my recommendation is to visit the Crocs.com sizing advice page. This is where you can view the sizing advice at Crocs.com (paid affiliate link takes you to Crocs.com).

Paul Johnson

Paul is a lead content creator for Workwear Command. He has had several blue-collar jobs which have provided him a wide range of experience with tools and gear. He also has a business degree and has spent time in business casual office settings.

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