Today, I’m going to be ranking the best Crocs shoes. I’m going to be comparing every single type of Crocs we could get and giving you my opinion on the best Crocs to buy.
I’m going to be rating them on five different things:
Obviously, looks and comfort are my opinion, but the price, the customization, and the variety are all based on facts.
Best Crocs Shoes
Crocs LiteRide Clog
I’m going to give it 7/10 for looks because I really like the sleek design.
In terms of comfort, after trying on every single pair of Crocs I have, I can tell you with full confidence that this is the most comfortable Croc I have ever put on my foot thus giving it a solid 10/10.
These come in a price of around $55, and in terms of customization, you can’t really put normal gibbets in those holes. For that reason, I’m going to give it 1/10.
For variety, I’ll give it 3/10 because there weren’t a ton of choices there, but there were still a few.
- LiteRide material is better than older Croslite
- Easy to clean (soap and water!)
- Offers a secure feel
- Great for walking around
- Comfortable around the house and on errands
- Cute and slimmed down to go out for the day
- Doesn’t look like traditional Crocs
- Breathable and closed-toed for work
- Might be bulky-looking for small feet
Crocs Classic Clogs
I’m going to give it 10/10 on looks. This is the face of Crocs and everyone knows what this is and I think it looks amazing.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to give it 8/10. The only reason it’s not 10/10 is because those other ones from earlier were way more comfortable.
I don’t know what they did differently, but it’s still really comfortable though.
$45 is not bad at all.
In terms of customization, definitely 10/10 because you can do anything you want with these basically, and in terms of variety, I have to give like an 11/10 because there’s literally so many probably endless amounts of Classic Clogs you can get.
- Super comfortable & breathable
- Great for the house, around town, casual functions, or even work
- Toe box is pleasantly roomy for wide feet and toe splay
- Great if you’re a hiker looking for a camp shoe
- Easy to slip on and clean
- You might need jibbitz to pull a better look that resonates with your personality
Let’s move on to the Classic Fuzz…
Crocs Classic Fuzz Mania Clogs
This is a super-fun name to say by the way and these are the most insane-looking Crocs I’ve ever seen in my life.
Apparently, they’re a brand-new thing, which is why I hadn’t heard of them until I walked in the store. I think they look super-cool and so I’m going to give it a 9/10 on looks.
In terms of comfort, they basically felt like a normal clog and so I’m going to give that an 8/10.
For these, you’re looking at about $50 which honestly is a pretty good price.
In terms of customization, I’m going to give it 4/10 because there’s no normal holes on the outside, but if you look closely on the strap, you can see there’s four holes on either Croc, which means you can put jibbitz on the strap, which is pretty unique. For that reason, I’m giving it 4/10.
In terms of variety, I’m giving it 3/10 because there weren’t very many options there, but I’m assuming that’s just because they’re new and I’m assuming they’re going to have more in the future.
- All the benefits of the classic clog above
- Fuzz on the outside to make your feet warmer in winter
- The holes are covered by the fuzz (but back strap has four holes for jibbitz if you’re into them)
Crocs Classic Lined Clog
I have a bunch of these pairs and I’m going to give it a 10/10 on looks because I think they look amazing.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to go ahead and give it 8/10 because they’re super soft and fuzzy on the inside.
These are going to cost you $50, and for customization, I got to give it a 10/10 because you can put jibbitz in all those holes.
In terms of variety, I’m going to give it 7/10 because there’s not as much as the normal clogs, but there’s still quite a few options there for you to choose from.
- All the benefits of teh classic clog above
- Soft lining to make your feet warm and cozy
- Boring without jibbitz
Crocs Bayaband Clog
This is very similar to the Crocband, but I think this looks a little cooler. So, I’m going to give it an 8/10 on looks.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to give it a 7/10 because this style was a little more comfortable than the one above.
This is going to cost you about $50. In terms of customization, I got to give it a 10/10 and variety 5/10.
- This style turned a lot of haters to lifetime lovers
- Super comfy and sporty looking
- Plenty of holes to display the favorite things in your life
- You can wear these just about any where
- Offer decent arch support
- Great for walking and vacation
- Offers excellent grip for the pool
- Runs small (size up if you want more space)
Crocs Yukon Vista Clog
In terms of looks, I’m going to give them 7/10 because I think they look very unique and they’re very cool.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to go ahead and give it 8/10 because it basically feels like a normal Croc.
You can actually adjust the strap so you can make it bigger or smaller depending on your foot. For that reason, 8/10.
In terms of price, these are on the higher side coming in around $60, but I think these Crocs are worth it though and I think there’s a lot you can do with them.
Unfortunately, customization is kind of lacking with these because there’s really no place for jibbitz and so I’m going to give it 1/10 on that.
In terms of variety, there were quite a few pairs there and so I’m going to give it a 3/10.
- Great if you can’t go around inside the house without shoes on
- Great to wear in the house in warmer weather and wear outside anytime in nice weather
- Comfortable & stylish
- Easy to cleanup and they provide secure footing indoors and out
- Lightweight & rugged
- Tighter than other Crocs styles
Next up, we’ve got the LiteRide Stretch sandal…
Crocs LiteRide Stretch Sandal
In terms of looks, I’m going to give this a 3/10. I’m not saying they’re ugly, I’m just saying that for me personally, I wouldn’t necessarily wear these because they weren’t the most comfortable walking sandals compared to the other Crocs.
So, I’m going to give it 4/10 on comfort.
These Crocs are going to set you back about $45
In terms of customization, I’m going to give it a 0 unfortunately because there’s really nothing you can do and there’s no holes for gibbets.
In terms of variety, I’m going to give it 2/10 because there weren’t very many options there.
- Dreamy & incredibly comfortable to walk in
- Casual and dressy
- Ample arch support
- Great for narrow-footed people looking for snug sandals
- Straps are not tight and offer the security needed
- Great for Disney (no blisters or sore feet)
- Runs narrow (size up if you want more room)
Crocs Crocband Clog
I’m going to give it 6/10 on looks because they look very similar to normal clogs, but they’re just a little bit different.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to give it 4/10. That might have been because these weren’t exactly my size, but I felt like I was leaning forward for some reason.
Maybe it was probably just me, but I’m going to still give it a 4/10 on comfort.
These are also going to set you back about $50, and in terms of customization, I’m going to give it 10/10 because it has all the holes so you can put the jibbitz in there.
In terms of variety, I’m going to give it a 5/10 because there weren’t that many pairs, but there was still a decent amount of pairs for you to choose from.
- Really comfortable to wear around the house, to the store, at the beach, camping, in the river…
- Quickly go from 2 wheel drive to 4 wheel drive thanks to the strap (can’t do that in flip flops
- Supports your foot
- Stylish & versatile
- Fits a little snugger than other Crocs styles
Let’s move to probably one of my favorites from this entire list, the LiteRide Pacers…
Crocs LiteRide Pacer Sneaker
I’ve never even tried these on up until today, but I got to give them solid 10/10 on looks. I think they look insane.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to give them 8/10, but these are a little more expensive than other Crocs and they’re going to set you back about $60.
In terms of customization, unfortunately, I’m going to have to give these 0 because there’s really not much you can do there.
In terms of variety, unfortunately, I’m going to have to give it 3/10 because there weren’t a lot of options there.
- Looks like normal entry level running shoes
- Comfortable and cushy like a pair of Crocs sandals
- Perfect for humid weather (breathable holes) and summer
- Great for light running, walking around, and work
- Feet are always dry and comfy inside
- Easy to put on and fit
- Doesn’t come in half sizes or a wide fit option
Next up, we’ve got the Crocs Freesail…
Crocs Freesail Lined Clog
I think these Crocs look pretty cool and so I’m going to give them 7/10 in terms of looks.
These were pretty comfortable and so I’m going to give it a 7/10 on comfort.
You’re looking at about $45 for these ones as well.
In terms of customization, the holes on the clogs are pretty much the same as normal ones and so I’m going to give that 9/10.
In terms of variety, I’m going to give it a 4/10 because there weren’t a lot of options there, but there were still a few.
- Cute and comfortable when on your feet for hours
- Perfect for fall weather and cold days with or without socks
- Decent support
- Easy to clean
- Thick enough to feel stable taking the dogs out in snow
- Inside lining is a bit diffcicult to clean
- Runs snug with socks
Crocs LiteRide Mule
This isn’t really my style and that’s not really something that I would personally wear. So, I’m going to give it 2/10 on looks.
I also found they were about 4/10 on comfort. The price comes in at about $55, which in my opinion is a little high.
In terms of customization, there’s really nothing you can do.
In terms of variety, there was like one pair there and so I’m going to give it 1/10.
- Wonderful to wear all day around the house & at work
- Comfortable and supportive but not constricting
- Lots of cushion to walk around in
- Perfect fit & easy to slip on and off
- Stretchy upper material is perfect for wide feet
- The sole should be thicker for better shock absorption
Crocs Santa Cruz Loafer
I’m going to give these a solid 7/10 on looks and I think they look pretty cool. They look a little different from normal Crocs, but I think that’s still dope.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to give it 7/10, but unfortunately, there’s not much customization you can do here.
In terms of variety, there were quite a few options and so I’m going to give it 5/10. You need about $55 to get these.
- Super supportive, comfy, cushy, lightweight, & airy
- Comfortable with it without socks (better use no-sho socks instead of going sockless)
- Great for everyday wear and work
- Look great with jeans or shorts
- No rubbing or blisters after wearing all day
- No half sizes
Next up, we’ve got the Crocs Reviva Slide…
Crocs Reviva Slide
I’m going to give it a 2/10 on looks, but I know a lot of you are going to disagree with that.
In terms of comfort, I’m going to give it a 2/10 because it had these little bumps on the bottom which I don’t personally like. So, for me personally, I’m going to give it 2/10.
Coming in at around $40, unfortunately, the Reviva slides don’t have many customization options as there’s no holes and so I’m going to give it 0/10 on that.
In terms of variety, 3/10. There were a few options but not a ton.
- A lot of people’s go-to pair for everyday wear
- Great for the house after work, the park, around the block, family vacation…
- Soft yet supportive
- Does not slip on the wet floors (great for the pool)
- Great if you cannot walk go barefoot
- Bumps on the footbed might take some getting used to
- Stretches out a little after a few wears (size down)
Crocs Reviva Flip-flop
In terms of looks, I’m going to give it 2/10, but that 2 is mostly just because I didn’t want to take off my socks and I looked like a freaking idiot.
In terms of price, surprisingly these are actually pretty affordable coming in at $30. Unfortunately, there’s not much customization and so 0/10 on customization.
In terms of variety, 2/10.
- Exemplary comfort and cushion (like clouds on your feet)
- Great for the house, around town, beach, walking the dogs, or as your summer slip on shoes
- Great for wide feet
- Easy to keep clean
- Massaging bumps on the footbed might take some getting used to
Crocs Classic Bae Clogs
I think these clogs look pretty cool and so I’m giving it 7/10 on looks.
In terms of comfort, these are really high and I almost rolled my angles and so I’m going to have to give it 3/10 on comfort.
These come in at a price of around $45 and in terms of customization, 9/10 thanks to the holes where you can put jibbitz in.
As for variety, there was literally one pair there and so I’m going to give it 1/10 because if I were to buy this pair, there would just be none left in the entire store.
- Great comfort and support despite the platform
- Great if you stand all day in a pharmacy, for example
- Same typical squishy Croc feel
- Lightweight & stylish
- Added height
- Easy to clean
- New platform style is adorable and trendy
- Sizes are not consistent
Crocs Neria Pro 2 Clog
The Neria Pro is one of the best shoes for nurses and workers who stand all day.
In terms of looks, I’m not the biggest fan and so I’m going to give it 4/10.
In terms of comfort, they felt a little tight on my foot and so I’m going to, unfortunately, have to give it 2/10. It’s about $55 for the price.
In terms of customization, 0/10 and variety, 2/10.
- Great comfort for teachers, waitresses, bartenders, tech students… (12+ hour shifts)
- Squishy and comfortable sole
- No more foot fatigue after work
- Comes in cute designs
- Insoles offer good arch support
- Supports the feet & keeps you from sliding/falling
- Might be a bit tight over the top for high arches
Next up, we’ve another running shoe-looking Croc…
Crocs Classic Slides
In terms of looks and comfort, I’m going to go ahead and give it 5/10 because they don’t stay on my foot as well as I would like.
For the price, these are actually surprisingly cheap at only $25, which is pretty cool. Honestly, for customization, I got to give it an 8/10 and variety 6/10.
- Doesn’t feel tight for wide feet
- Wonderfully comfortable and versatile
- Great if you can’t wear sandals of flip flops anymore
- Duarable & easy to clean (house, quick trip to the store, dirty yard, camping, muddy waters…)
- Does not store much residual moisture.
- Needs more support
- The height of the strap might fit males better than females
Other online shops to buy these hiking sandals…
There you have it. These were some of the best Crocs shoes, sandals, clogs, mules, slides, and sneakers we would find.