Dallas, TX – Post Malone receives his fair proportion of heavy-handed criticism for his controversial statements and success within the business, however he stays in excessive demand for manufacturers trying to make the most of his starpower.

Crocs has introduced a brand new partnership with the platinum-selling artist as a part of their “Come As You Are” marketing campaign. The two sides are working collectively on a design known as The Post Malone x Crocs Dimitri Clog.

The gaudy shoe is available in a traditional white colour flamboyantly adorned with six custom-designed Jibbitz charms, which embody Malone’s yellow “Stay Away” tattoo and his Posty Co™ brand.

“If you want one thing, go get it,” Malone mentioned in a press launch. “I put on Crocs in all places from the bar to the stage and I felt it was the right collaboration to get along with Crocs and provides the followers what they’ve been asking for.”


Crocs Chief Marketing Officer Terence Reilly elaborated on how the collaboration got here to be.

“Amidst his record-setting 12 months, when Post tweeted, ‘U can inform so much a few man by the Jibbitz in his Crocs’, that basically received our consideration,” he defined. “Post Malone is a beloved creator and represents what it means to be snug in your individual footwear, so collaborating on product design is particular. We’re thrilled with how the Post Malone x Crocs Dimitri Clog turned out and enthusiastic about what’s to return. Stay tuned.”

The limited-edition shoe was out there for $59.99 at crocs.com, but it surely bought out throughout the hour of its launch. Those who missed out are in luck although as a result of Crocs plans to launch extra quickly.

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