Crocs Shares Outstanding 2010-2022 | CROX

Crocs shares outstanding from 2010 to 2022. Shares outstanding can be defined as the number of shares held by shareholders (including insiders) assuming conversion of all convertible debt, securities, warrants and options. This metric excludes the company's treasury shares.
Crocs Annual Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2021 64
2020 69
2019 72
2018 68
2017 72
2016 73
2015 76
2014 85
2013 89
2012 91
2011 90
2010 88
2009 85
Crocs Quarterly Shares Outstanding
(Millions of Shares)
2022-03-31 61
2021-12-31 64
2021-09-30 63
2021-06-30 65
2021-03-31 67
2020-12-31 69
2020-09-30 68
2020-06-30 68
2020-03-31 69
2019-12-31 72
2019-09-30 70
2019-06-30 72
2019-03-31 75
2018-12-31 68
2018-09-30 73
2018-06-30 71
2018-03-31 72
2017-12-31 72
2017-09-30 72
2017-06-30 75
2017-03-31 75
2016-12-31 73
2016-09-30 73
2016-06-30 74
2016-03-31 74
2015-12-31 76
2015-09-30 74
2015-06-30 78
2015-03-31 78
2014-12-31 85
2014-09-30 85
2014-06-30 88
2014-03-31 90
2013-12-31 89
2013-09-30 89
2013-06-30 89
2013-03-31 89
2012-12-31 91
2012-09-30 91
2012-06-30 91
2012-03-31 90
2011-12-31 90
2011-09-30 90
2011-06-30 90
2011-03-31 89
2010-12-31 88
2010-09-30 87
2010-06-30 87
2010-03-31 86
2009-12-31 85
2009-09-30 87
2009-06-30 85
2009-03-31 84
Sector Industry Market Cap Revenue
Consumer Discretionary Textile - Apparel Manufacturing $2.953B $2.313B
Crocs, Inc. is one of the leading footwear brands with its focus on comfort and style. Famous for its iconic clog material, Crocs' simple design and great comfort was an instant hit among consumers. The company offers a wide variety of footwear products including sandals, wedges, flips and slide that cater to people of all age. Most of the company's shoes are made up of Croslite, which comes with qualities including soft, comfortable, lightweight, non-marking and odor-resistant. Its other iconic product 'The Classic Clog' for adults and children offers all-day comfort. It is now using the Croslite technology in its LiteRide collection, which features proprietary foam and is soft, lightweight and resilient.
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