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Justin Bieber Isn't the Only Musician Keeping It Comfy With a Crocs Collab

Justin Bieber Isn't the Only Musician Keeping It Comfy With a Crocs Collab

Your favorite artists' hottest collabs have sold out within minutes, thanks to Crocs. The foam clog shoe manufacturer's partnerships with pop stars, country artists and rock bands can't go unnoticed, especially when they come with a set of Jibbitz charms that personify the artist.

Justin Bieber

The Biebs worked with his Drew House apparel company to drop some swaggy yellow Crocs, and his Midas touch turned them into a golden commodity. The Crocs X Justin Bieber with drew Classic Clog reportedly sold out within 90 minutes on Tuesday, the day of the shoes' release. Beliebers were clearly ready to celebrate Croctober with their comfy new kicks.

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Bad Bunny

Turn off the lights because Bad Bunny's Crocs glow in the dark while sporting Jibbitz charms including stars and his signature bunny logo. The Puerto Rican singer's partnership with the shoe company dropped on Sept. 29, and the Bad Bunny x Crocs Classic Clog sold out within 16 minutes, The New York Times reported.

Grateful Dead

The iconic rainbow-colored Grateful Dead bears got a new platform when Chinatown Market partnered with the rock band for not just one, but two different drops on Aug. 14 and Sept. 2. The Chinatown Market x Grateful Dead Crocs Classic Clog featured a vibrant tie-dye pattern while being adorned with the Grateful Dead Bear and rock climbing holds Jibbitz.

Post Malone

Posty has collaborated with Crocs more times than with Swae Lee. Their fourth installment, the blue and black camouflaged Post Malone x Crocs Duet Max Clog, dropped on Dec. 10, 2019, and just like the rest, they sold out within minutes. His previous pairs include the Dimitri Clog from November 2018, with a yellow devil face pattern and "Stay Away" tattoo Jibbitz that Madonna wanted to cop, the yellow Classic Clog from December 2018 with a barbed-wire design, and a rainforest printed Classic Clog from May 2019 with beerbongs & bentleys-style Jibbitz that was exclusively sold in Australia. The man himself once tweeted, "u can tell a lot about a man by the jibbits on his crocs," so of course, his offerings are A1.

Luke Combs

Combs redefines "guitar slides" with his Luke Combs x Crocs Classic Bootlegger Slide. The guitar string base of the shoe comes decked out with his own set of Jibbitz, including a guitar pick holder, an American flag, moon shine and a coffee mug.


The collab with the '70s rockers in time for their End of the Road World Tour was sure to Croc anyone's socks off with four timeless designs: the Bayaband KISS Clog that heats up anyone's toes in the winter with its blazing motif on the toe cap, the Bayaband KISS II Clog with a trippy psychedelic outline featuring the members' faces, the matte black Classic KISS Clog imprinted with the band's fiery font, and the Crocband Platform KISS Clog that offers support in its sleek silver scheme.


Psy brings "Gangnam Style" to a whole other level with his own limited-edition Psy x Crocs Classic Clog with smiley face and lighting bolt notebook doodles coming to life. They were exclusively sold in Korea.