- Crocs and Post Malone are collaborating on their fifth clog together, after clogs from past partnerships quickly sold out.
- Post Malone will also be giving away 5,000 pairs of the shoes around the globe as a “thank you.”
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Post Malone and Crocs are teaming up again.
The Post Malone x Crocs Duet Max Clog II debuts on Tuesday and has an “exaggerated, chunky outsole, pivotable backstraps with adjustable hook and loop closures, Post Malone-branded rivets and lanyard clips,” the company announced.
The clogs, available in black and pink, will retail for $US59.99 online and in stores.
This is the fifth collaboration between the rapper and the comfort shoe brand, who began working together in 2018. The collaborations normally do quite well, selling out in under a day.
“Giving away 5,000 pairs of shoes is how I’m saying ‘thank you’ to my fans. Each time Crocs and I partner, we make something better than before and I’m excited about what we came up with this time around,” Post Malone said in a statement. “Drop 5 is going to be one my fans remember.”
Matching jibitz for the shoes will also be available for $US11.99. The designs include “grapes, a heart, a rubber duck and representations of his infamous tattoos.”
To celebrate this release, Posty will be giving away 5,000 pairs of the clogs in various cities including “New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Austin, Salt Lake City, Toronto, London, Sydney, Tokyo, Paris and Berlin,” according to the announcement.
This is the just one of many high-profile collaborations for Crocs this year, as the brand dropped a glow-in-the-dark shoe with Puerto Rican rapper Bad Bunny in September. The shoe sold out in 30 minutes.
The following month, Crocs released a limited-edition yellow clog with superstar Justin Bieber in October. The shoe also sold out, and was quickly listed on resale websites.
Overall, Crocs has had a landmark year.
As the pandemic kept people at home, consumers gravitated toward more comfortable shoes, including Crocs. The company reported a 67.7% increase in online sales for Q2, according to Footwear News.