Crocs Is Giving Shoes to Health Care Workers Fighting Coronavirus

Grant Boone
March 27, 2020

Crocs has launched a program that helps supply US healthcare workers at the frontlines of the pandemic with a free pair of shoes!

Crocs is donating thousands of pairs of shoes to United States healthcare workers every day until stocks last. Workers can choose a pair from select Crocs Classic Clogs and Crocs at Work styles.

Crocs CEO Andrew Rees said in a statement to the press that the company came up with the idea after speaking to healthcare workers about how they could help.

The brand's mission of "be comfortable in your own shoes" is more relevant now than ever as the healthcare industry has embraced Crocs' shoes due to their comfort and durability during long shifts. Starting today, Crocs is immediately prepared to fulfill and ship up to 10,000 pairs per day to our heroes in healthcare.

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Rees went on to say that the duration of the giveaway was subject to the level of inventory and number of requests received.

The rubber-like waterproof shoe can be easily washed off and is an attractive option for people working in fast-paced environments that require you to be on your feet for long periods of time, like hospitals. It's part of the "A Free Pair for Healthcare" program, according to a release from Crocs.

A spokesperson told Business Insider that these healthcare workers will be able to claim a free pair of shoes fon its site every day from 12 p.m. ET. We simply ask for consumers to use their best judgment and only request their free pair of Crocs shoes if they are involved in an area of caregiver work where their job puts them at risk of coming into contact with or directly fighting the COVID-19 virus.

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