Crocs teamed up with the singer to release the shoe — a yellow rubber clog, with eight custom Jibbitz charms that can be added to the footwear.
The collaboration with the singer goes live Tuesday. Credit: From Crocs/Instagram
“As an artist, it’s important that my creations stay true to myself and my style. I wear Crocs all the time, so designing my own pair came naturally,” Bieber said in a statement.
“With these Crocs, I just focused on making something cool that I want to wear,” he added.
The singer teased the collaboration through a series of Instagram videos. Credit: From Crocs/Instagram
While many people certainly have a love-hate relationship with the brand, Crocs seem to be making a comeback in 2020, the year of staying at home.
Just weeks ago, the comfort footwear’s glow-in-the-dark collaboration with trap artist Bad Bunny quickly sold out.
The Crocs X Justin Bieber with drew shoe will be released Tuesday, at $59.99.