Open Post: Hosted By Balenciaga’s Croc Stilettos

June 9, 2021 / Posted by:

Balenciaga warped reality when they released some kind of Crocs collaboration on their runway in 2017. It was sick and strange and somehow they’ve outdone themselves. Balenciaga has once again teamed up with Crocs to create a shoe and this time they have twisted the powers of creation to form an unholy stiletto Crocs heel and a Crocs rain boot. The Crocssenaissance continues!

Have you ever wanted a heel that makes people look at you and wonder, “Who hurt you?” Well, here you go! The heeled Crocs and Crocs boots were debuted at the Balenciaga Spring/Summer 2022 fashion show. The New York Post says that Balenciaga’s last collaboration with Crocs sold out before even making it to stores and cost $850 apiece. Some think that these unholy creations could go for $1000 a pair.

That boot looks like you used the Honey I Shrunk The Kids Ray gun on a recycling bin and put your foot in it. That boot looks like a silicone oven mitt from AliExpress melted in the UPS truck en route to you. Those boots will have you looking like you’re the imposter in Among Us–vote them out! That heel looks like someone who was wearing alligator green Crocs stepped on a nail in a construction zone and never went to the hospital. But hey, at least Crocs is giving people with all kinds of different fashion styles the ability to look absolutely stupid.

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