If you’ve been hoping to use your Crocs as a wallet, you’re in luck.
The brand has teamed up with cult Japanese clothing line Beams on fanny pack-adorned footwear. The zippered pockets are large enough to store essentials like keys, cash or other items.
The shoes come in two colorways — Ultraviolet and Tropical Teal — which go with the neon trend that’s big for spring. They retail for $53.
But the fanny pack croc collab isn’t the only playful silhouette from the brands. Beams and Crocs have also teamed up on a visor-adorned style. The shoe resembles a traditional Crocs clog, with the twist coming in the form of a see-through visor attached to the toe — an unexpected take on the clear shoe trend. It comes in white or black with a $53 price point.
The final style is a festival-ready take, with beaded, suedelike fringe attached to the top of the classic rubber clog. This one retails for slightly more than the other two, coming in at $68.
This is not the first time Crocs has teamed up on an unexpected collaboration.
The Colorado-based company partnered with Pizzaslime on a $300 crossbody bag made from its rubber clog in February.
Crocs has also been spotted on the runways, working with high-end labels Balenciaga and Christopher Kane. The collab with Christopher Kane came first, with gemstone-studded clogs debuting for spring ’17 (the following season saw mink-trimmed shoes on the runway). Balenciaga sent platform Crocs down the catwalk at its spring ’18 show — with the buzzy style selling out almost instantaneously.
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