Forget about sneaker collaborations such as Travis Scott x Nike, Beyoncé x Adidas, Rihanna x Puma, there’s a new shoe in town. The boating shoe made of rubber made their first appearance almost 20 years ago as they became the shoe of choice for those looking for comfort and just about nothing else. Fast forward we get to see playful and bold collaborations with some of the biggest brands and artists in the world.
Crocs x Diplo
Latest to the party was the EDM producer, Diplo, the limited edition collaboration dropped on June 8, 2021. The design was inspired by a journey through the woods featuring a psychedelic print and glow-in-the dark mushrooms.
Crocs x Bad Bunny
This collaboration pays tribute to Bad Bunny’s hit album YHLQMDLG, which is the highest charting all-Spanish album in US Billboard Top 200 history.
The Crocs Classic Clog Bad Bunny comes with an off-white foam upper and sole that glows in the dark. Custom Jibbitz are also included, featuring a Bad Bunny logo Gibit and others that nod to YHLQMDLG. Retail 60 dollars - Worth 300 dollars
Crocs x Post Malone
Ever wondered what a Croc made by Post Malone would look like? Well the man from Texas has released a few pairs over the past 3 years. If you got your hands on the first drop you should feel lucky as they're valued at over 1000 dollars.
Crocs x Justin Bieber
Ever since Justin Bieber launched his own streetwear label Drew House back in 2018, the singer has been consistently sporting his smiley face-logo'd gear on the streets.
Crocs x Chinatown Market x Greatful Dead
We love a three partnered collaboration. The Grateful Dead x Chinatown Market x Crocs Clog ‘Tie Dye’ is taken from a larger collaboration between the legendary San Francisco jam band and LA-based streetwear brand. Their take on the classic Crocs slip-on features a psychedelic tie-dye print with removable 3D Jibbitz charms depicting the Dead’s signature dancing bears. Dual Chinatown Market and Grateful Dead branding adorns the clog’s heel strap and footbed.
Crocs x Luke Combs
The American country music singer/songwriter and grammy winner, Luke Combs, is just past 30 and is already a legend. Designed with function and warmth in mind, these Luke Combs Crocs for men and women are great as a slipper but also perfect to spice up your look.
Crocs x Little Big
Do you remember the Russian band, Little Big, in Eurovision back in 2020? They’re back with a collaboration with Crocs. The band’s distinctive style merges rock, punk, techno, rave and underground subcultures together. Now it has been translated onto the Crocs Classic Clog.
Crocs x Kiss
KISS made a signature Croc, because there was literally nothing else the band could slap their logo on. The shoes feature the band’s faces along the sides of the shoe, while the top sports a flame and the famous Kiss logo.