Crocs Release 7-Eleven Footwear Collection for Stylish Slurpee Lovers

Only a few years ago, Crocs wearers were condemned by society. Much to the disdain of their family members, goofy Dads would rock the rubbery clogs in public, claiming the sole support was simply unmatched. Little did they know the brand would eventually become not only popular but extremely trendy. So much so that fashion icons such as Bad Bunny, Salehe Bembury and Justin Bieber would sign partnership deals, leading to a mass wave of rubber lovers. Not one to get complacent, the Colorado-based company has now linked up with convenience store giants 7-Eleven, for a tasty footwear collection.

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The company responsible for satisfying your late-night cravings has put a playful spin on three silhouettes – the new chunky Mega Crush Clog, the Classic Clog and the Classic Sandal. The first pair pays homage to 7-Elevens vibrant colours and includes an elevated heel for a more sneaker-type look. The classic clogs are more basic in design, with the dyed black base contrasted by orange up the front. Then lastly, the Sandals come in white with straps over the bridge of the foot decorated with 7-Eleven’s signature accents. Each pair comes packaged with unique Jibbitz, including Slurpee drinks, Big bite Hot Dogs, pizza, coffee and more.

For all you stylish slurpee lovers, the Mega Crush Clogs are available via the Crocs raffle through September 22, while the two other silhouettes will drop globally on November 7. Prices range from USD$50-$100.

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