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Crocs has collaborated with Margaritaville once again to create a classic clog inspired by the resort and restaurant chain’s beach aesthetic.
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The new Margaritaville Beach Classic Clog features a sand-printed upper surrounded by a sole pictured with the shoreline. The footbed and outsole are colored in bright turquoise, which includes the Margaritaville logo along the inside of the pivoting heel strap.
Along with the reiterated Classic Clog, the two brands also collaborated on a collection of Jibbitz charms that features a palm tree, a guitar pick and a colorful parrot.
This is the brands’ second time collaborating with each other, following the success of their limited-edition Classic Clogs set in 2022. The original Buffet-themed set included foam uppers in a marbled pale lime green and white palette, inspired by the summer drink. The pair’s accompanying Jibbitz set also included an opened parrot-shaped bottle. Unlike their current collaboration, the pair was made only available for fans to shop through an online drawing on the Crocs website.
The Margaritaville Beach Classic Clog retails for $69.99 and is now available for purchase on the brand’s website and in select stores worldwide.
Created by singer Jimmy Buffett, the Margaritaville company has become a front-runner in the vacation industry with locations in eight countries and 34 cities, including New York City, San Diego, and Las Vegas. To commend the singer’s tropical rock music, the brand revolves around island energy with their international resorts covered with beach-themed decor like surfboards and thatched roof bars. Their most popular decor piece is an oversized flip-flop in the center of their lobbies. However, for their latest collaboration, they’ve traded the slip-on style for another summer staple.
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