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The top of the Baya is lower than the Classic.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 May 2022
I am a new Crocs wearer, I bought my first pair exactly a week ago and now I have three: 2 Classics Crocs and one Baya. One pair of my Classic Crocs are my house slippers and I have been wearing them consistently since they came a few days ago, and due to having Sesamoiditis in both feet, one case rather bad, I had been wearing the Crocs for the garden out and about prior to receiving the Baya. Unfortunately I do not find the Baya to be as comfortable as the Classic, the roof of the clog seems to be considerably lower, low enough to have caused my arched feet alot of discomfort, for the first 15 minutes of walking I was in alot of pain, continually slipping my feet out of the Baya for relief. My Classic Crocs made me forget how much the Sesamoiditis was effecting me and the Baya reminded me immediately and with surprise. My left foot has the most pain with the right being very mild (with the sesamoiditis), I found myself limping, again within 15 minutes and my right foot is now inflamed and sore again. I did however notice the after 30 minutes or so the roof of the Baya started to loosen somewhat, so I'm thinking that moreso than with the Classic, your feet has to mould the Baya to achieve the best fit, I'm hoping? Otherwise, in terms of the size, I am happy with them. I am a woman and wear a size 8, one foot measures 27cm the 26.something cm and I wear a M8 | W9 UK (42/43 EU), which on the back of the Croc is M9/W11.