Open Post: Hosted By The 7-Eleven/Crocs Collaboration

September 21, 2022 / Posted by:

There is a certain subset of folks in the world who actually believe in the power of ugly and evil Crocs. So in keeping up with a good marketing gimmick, longstanding convenience store 7-Eleven has teamed up with Crocs to reveal a line of shoes that look like something from a wacky anime fever dream. In other words, it’s high fashion at its best.

According to Eater Dallas, 7-Eleven and Crocs have released three different styles, each one more eye-catching than the other. And by eye-catching, I of course mean, you’ll want to rip your eyes out and hope somebody catches them for re-implantation once you’ve witnessed something that must be inspired by the daily uniform in Hell.

These limited edition Crocs also include custom Jibbitz charms with a 7-Eleven related vibe, including a 7-Eleven brand logo, a Slurpee, a big Bite Hot Dog, coffee, and pizza, according to a press release.

The 7-Eleven X Crocs Mega Crush Clog is launching today at a $110 price point, while the 7-Eleven X Crocs Classic Clog at $70 and the 7-Eleven X Crocs Classic Sandal at $50 will be available on November 7 (it’s the inverse of 7-Eleven, so fans can easily remember the date). All are available for purchase from the Crocs website.

Did they do a survey with stoners who descended upon their store in the wee hours of the morning and ask them “What’s something you’d like us to offer in the near future?”. If so, then the future is NOW! And the only reason I know they asked a bunch of high folks is because of the price for these ugly ass shoes. For that amount of money, you can eat like a King at 7-Eleven so I’ll pass on these, but give me all the Taquitos and Big Bite hot dogs I can handle instead.

Pic: Crocs

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