In honor of the recent Post Malone x Crocs launch last Tuesday I put together a timeline of Crocs and Post Malone’s latest projects. Only selling for $59.99 each, this collab is affordable just as much as it is in style. Pairing the iconic rapper with the outlandish shoe company makes sense, and the customer response has proved this.

  1. The Dimitri

These rubber clogs launched in November 2018, marking Post Malone and Crocs’ first collaboration together. They were such an instant hit, legends like Madonna, were left plotting in the comment section how to get their hands on a pair. They were sold out in hours and came in three colors: black, white, and yellow. They are covered in a devilish caricature and offer additional customized Jibbitz™️ to accessorize.

2. The Barbed Wire

The second launch occurred in December 2018, and much like the first pair, sold out almost instantaneously. They are coated in a bright yellow, following the theme of Post Malone’s album “Beerbongs and Bentleys.” These too came with personalized Posty Jibbitz ™️ featuring a saw blade, snake, skull, and more.

3. The Aussie Exclusive

In May of this year, Post Malone expressed that he would be partaking in yet another collaboration with Crocs. However, this pair, unlike the past three, was sold online and exclusively in Australia. The printed design showcases arboraceous illustrations, in reference to Australia’s eclectic atmosphere. Unsurprisingly enough, these too sold out rapidly due to their limited quantity.

4. The Duet Max

And finally, their latest launch- the Duet Max. The color scheme of this pair very much coincides with Post Malone’s newest album, “Hollywood’s Bleeding.” This pair of clogs replicates a combat style including a threaded bottom and durable velcro strap. The style achieved drastically contrasts with Crocs’ accustomed softer and rounded design. For not being a huge fan of Crocs, this is for sure a pair I would consider copping.

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