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Crocs’ Latest Collab Includes Fishing Vest-Inspired Clogs

Crocs and Beams are back with another collaboration.

The American clog maker and Japanese cult clothing label have partnered on a series of standout shoe styles for spring. This year, they’ve come up with two styles that have a utilitarian twist and a subtle neutral color palette.

Two bespoke silhouettes, coming in beige and black, are inspired by fishing vests. The shoes feature D-rings, straps and mesh — all materials familiar to fishing fans — with bright orange tabs adding a bit of color to the otherwise toned-down palette. Pairs retail for 6,600 Japanese yen, or around $60.

Beams x Crocs fishing vest-inspired clogs
Beams x Crocs fishing vest-inspired clogs.
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Meanwhile, a second silhouette features a sturdy handmade upper, with a COBRA buckle adding an eye-catching touch to both the black and olive green colorways. The buckle is linked to the clog’s toebox by a D-ring. The shoe is finished by an all-terrain sole. Pairs sell for 7,700 Japanese yen, or about $70.

Beams x Crocs COBRA buckle clogs
Beams x Crocs COBRA buckle clogs.
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Beams x Crocs COBRA buckle clogs
Beams x Crocs COBRA buckle clogs.
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Last spring, Crocs and Beams partnered on several other standout styles, including clogs with fanny packs attached as well as pairs with beads and suedelike fringe.

Beams x Crocs
Beams x Crocs fanny pack shoes.
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Over the years, Crocs has become known for its collaborations. The Colorado-based brand has teamed up with everyone from celebrities like Post Malone and Luke Combs to food brands including KFC and Peeps. Crocs also has partnered with high-end labels including Christopher Kane and Balenciaga.

Click through the gallery to take a look back at Crocs’ biggest collaborations of 2019.

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