With the aid of Crocs’ consistently rising popularity, clogs have clearly experienced a rebirth this summer.
With the announcement of the arrival of its Spray Dye line, Crocs is clinging to the color of summer. The collection includes a joyful and colorful display of spray graphics on its basic footwear, such as the clogs and two-strap sandals, as an homage to the ’90s spray paint culture. One of the options is the traditional spray-dye clog, which features a rainbow color pattern. The pattern adheres to the spray painters’ blending method. The traditional clog is offered in “Black/Multi-Color” and “White/Multi-Color” colours. The two-strap silhouette, where the iridescent image is shown in a particularly distinctive way, also has the traditional spray dye sandal. Jibbitz collectors will have the option to display their collection on both the straps and the clogs.
Crocs has introduced a new colorway for the two models in addition to the new spray-dyed clogs and sandals. The traditional sandal and clog are now offered in “Blue Bolt.” For more information on these just introduced pairs, visit the Crocs website.
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