Crocs teamed with Coca-Cola to transform some of the company’s effervescent beverages into clog silhouettes.
The collaborative effort, which will be released on Foot Locker next Tuesday, includes three clog styles —two All-Terrain and one Classic — inspired by Coca-Cola and Sprite sodas.
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Retailing for $60, the Classic Coca-Cola clog styles come in red, white and black and include playful polar bear-printed uppers that pay homage to the soda brand’s mascot. Said mascot first debuted in a Coca‑Cola print advertisement in France in 1922 and then appeared periodically for the next 70 years.
Alternatively, the All-Terrain clog comes in a red, white and green colorway with graphic Coca-Cola motifs printed throughout with green accents. Finally, the last All-Terrain clog is cast in Sprite-themed ombre shades of white, yellow and green.
The All-Terrain clogs feature fully molded Croslite foam uppers and adjustable turbo heel straps that secure the shoe. The Classic clog is also constructed of a lightweight foam that transitions into heel straps.
Per usual, Crocs classic clogs are water-friendly, lightweight, quick drying and easy to clean. The shoe will likely come in a wide range of sizes. Although little is known about the collaboration, the collection will also include a range of soda-inspired Jibbitz, giving Crocs lovers endless customization.
This year alone, Crocs has dropped a myriad of unique silhouettes that often feature playful and inventive designs, expanding its footwear horizons in the process.
The brand has dipped its proverbial toes into the worlds of Pop-Tarts, Crayola, Kanghyuk, Disney, Lisa Frank, Minecraft, Ron English, McDonald’s, Hello Kitty, Pokemon and Aries in the past. Through these collaborations, Crocs has proved that their silhouettes are extremely versatile.
Crocs and Coca-Cola’s three-piece footwear collection will be available for purchase on Nov. 21 on footlocker.com.
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