Country Star Luke Combs + Crocs’ New Collab Comes in Camo Print With a Bottle Opener

Luke Combs and Crocs are back in business.

Following a sold-out collab that was released in June, the country star and rubber clog company have partnered on new shoes — this time with a hunting theme.

The new Classic Clogs, retailing at $60, will debut on Nov. 14 at noon ET at Crocs.com/lukecombsxcrocs. They feature a Realtree Edge camo graphic-print upper with hunting-themed jibbitz. The orange strap has additional holes for the embellishments and comes with a bottle-opener jibbitz bearing the singer’s name.

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A side view of the Luke Combs x Crocs clog.
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“I love Crocs because you get to be who you are,” said Combs of his shoes in a press release. “These are very me and I hope people enjoy them, especially my fans, ‘cause these LC2’s are awesome. Hard to believe, but I like these Crocs even more than my first. I mean, a working bottle opener on your camo and orange shoe? I’m in.”

Combs’ first collab with Crocs was a Classic Clog with a wood panel-inspired foam upper and jibbitz that reference his country roots. Those who want a pair may have to act fast: The first Crocs x Luke Combs collab sold out within minutes.

In addition to Combs, Crocs has teamed up with stars including Drew Barrymore, Post Malone and Zooey Deschanel.

 

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The top view of the Luke Combs X Crocs Classic Realtree Clog.
CREDIT: Crocs
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The rear view of the Luke Combs X Crocs Classic Realtree Clog.
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