Crocs launches 'Free Pair for Health Care" program during coronavirus pandemic


INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) — As health care professionals work tirelessly to fight the coronavirus pandemic, Crocs wants to give them a free pair of shoes.

The company has launched a "Free Pair for Health Care" program that gives a pair of Crocs to medical professionals "on the frontlines of COVID-19."

Health care workers can request a free pair online. Shipping is free.

The website opens for requests each day at noon ET and stays open until that day’s allotment has been fulfilled. It reopens the next day at noon.

Crocs is also donating up to 100,000 pairs of shoes to be distributed to employees at select health care facilities and organizations.