When it comes to hype, few footwear brands in the world can compete with Crocs.
The company unveils a new model nearly every day, including a variety of collabs with celebs and big name brands.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the brand’s flagship product, the world famous clog.
In fact, Crocs is so proud of it that it’s throwing a month long party called ‘CROCTOBER’, during which it is giving away free pairs every day.
So let’s celebrate in style by checking out some of the craziest Crocs ever made.
8. Crocs x 7-Eleven ($50-$150)
Crocs teamed up with 7-Eleven to launch a collection that comprises three pairs of clogs and a pair of slides.
And yes, we’re talking about the 7-Eleven convenience store.
Each pair is decorated with 7-Eleven’s flagship colors and adorned with various 7-Eleven-themed accents.
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In theory, they retail for $50-$100 depending on which model you pick.
In practice, they’re already sold out and re-selling for double that amount in the secondary market.
7. Crocs x Nicole McLaughlin ($80-$150)
For this pair, Crocs partnered with New York-based designer Nicole McLaughlin to turn the classic clog into a survival kit.
The shoe features multiple attachments, including a headlamp, a paracord and a compass.
They originally retailed for $79 and can now be found for about $150 on StockX or eBay.
6. Crocs Margaritaville ($60-$220)
This pair was created in partnership with Margaritaville, a US-based hospitaly company.
They have a ‘summery’ lime green and white finish and are adorned with four figurines on each shoe.
The right shoe has a parrot, a lime wedge, a salt shaker and a Margarita shot glass.
Meanwhile, the left shoe features a cocktail umbrella and three ice cubes.
The retail price for these crazy Crocs was $59,99 but they go for about $150-$200 in the secondary market.
5. Crocs Pollex by Salehe Bembury ($100-$350)
By far the most hyped Crocs release of the year, the Pollex by Salehe Bembury is the perfect shoe to celebrate Croctober.
They’re available in a myriad colorways.
These crazy crocs are still super hot at the moment, especially in the cobbler (orange) and menemsha (brown) colorways.
They retail for $75, but are permanently sold out.
They can be found on the pre-owned market for about $150.
4. Crocs x KFC ($300-$400)
The craziest part about the Crocs x Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) collab are the chicken tender-shaped charms that are located on the toebox.
They’re made by Jibbitz, an American company, and are made to resemble and smell like fried chicken.
This collab is one of Crocs’ best-sellers.
They’re sold out and can only be found on the pre-owned market for $300+.
3. Crocs x Peeps ($300-$500)
These crazy Crocs were designed in partnership with Peeps, a brand of marshmallows that’s hugely popular in the U.S. and Canada.
They’re available in yellow, pink and blue and all three colorways sell like hot cakes in the secondary market.
On average, an unworn pair usually sells for 500% more than their original retail price.
That’s insane, but then again what about Crocs isn’t?
2. Crocs ‘Just Love’ by Ruby Rose ($1,000-1,300)
The Crocs Classic Bae Clog is available in several different colorways but this is definitely one of the most interesting.
And also one of the most expensive.
Crocs calls them ‘Just Love’, and they were designed by Australian model and actress Ruby Rose.
Style-wise, they feature the same exaggerated wedge as other Bae Clog models but they also feature dedicated strings with ‘Pride’ written on them.
And then of course we can’t ignore the fact that the right shoe is red and yellow while the left shoe is blue and purple.
If you want a pair, be ready to fork out $1,000 or more.
1. Crocs x Balenciaga ($1,000 – $1,500)
Crocs and Balenciaga have worked together on multiple occasions to create various types of clogs, boots and even high heel shoes.
However, the model you see here is worth mentioning because it is by far the most expensive.
These days it is nigh on impossible to find a pair of unworn Crocs x Balenciaga for under $1,000, and the price is likely to go up now that it’s officially ‘Croctober’.
They’re super rare, they wear the name Balenciaga, and they have the celebrity factor attached to them as well.
After all, even Lewis Hamilton has a pair.