I have a Morton's neuroma that won't go away. My podiatrist told me not to go barefoot and suggested crocs. She didn't specify what model, but other reviews made me try Rx Relief. It is aptly named. I wear them almost constantly. My office is at home, and most of my communications are via phone and internet, so I don't have to worry about wearing sort of clunky looking footwear. I started with an indoor pair a year ago, bought an outdoor pair, then kept getting more for other exit doors, a vacation condo, and so on. I bought one classic pair, and they're okay but not as comfortable. I do wear a metatarsal pad stuck to the bottom of my foot at all times I'm not sleeping, but that is not enough. These shoes make the difference. I wear them with socklets for extra warmth and comfort. I suggested them to a friend with a different foot problem, and she loves hers too. They're big, wide, soft support, and wear really well. I am so grateful to have found them. I just bought another pair to save in case crocs gets some horrible idea like discontinuing the style. I'd like to see them in a nice grey - maybe off white for spring/summer, because I wear them year round.