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Crocs Is Giving Away Free Shoes To Healthcare Workers To Help Them Stay Comfortable

Many companies have been doing so many great things for healthcare workers at the frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic. Beauty brands, fashion designers, and distilleries are stepping in to make sanitizer, gowns, and masks for medical workers who are experiencing shortages of supplies due to the increasing number of patients.

Crocs is the next company stepping in to help make a difference.

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Crocs aren't just a fashion statement.

Many workers who stand on their feet all day or night find them to be a rather comfy shoe of choice.

You may or may not know, but Crocs are actually a pretty popular footwear choice for many healthcare workers.

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The brand actually has a dedicated line of closed-back and closed-toe shoes, understanding that many service workers find them to be rather comfortable when they're on their feet all day.

Crocs is giving back and showing their appreciation for everything healthcare workers are doing right now in a pretty big way.

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They're giving away a free pair of shoes to them.

"Our goal has always been to keep people comfortable in their own shoes and now, in the face of adversity, there are certain individuals who need that feeling more than ever," the company said in an Instagram post.

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"If you're a healthcare professional in need of our easy-to-clean, comfortable Crocs shoes, we've got you taken care of."

If you're a medical worker and want to claim your free pair, it's a pretty simple process!

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Just head to this link and click on the orange "Request Your Free Shoes button."

There is a bit of a queue already, but just check back at 12pm on Monday, March 30 to get back in line.

This is such a lovely gesture from a company who knows how much their shoes help those who continue to help fight and take care of those who need it most.