(CTN News) – Crocs have conquered a lot, but they have rarely advanced much past the ankle, despite all the territory they have conquered.
As soon as the company launches its own cowboy boot this month, that will all change when the company launches its own line of footwear.
It was noted in the press release that the boot was “embellished with unique metallic Jibbitz charms and a first-of-its-kind spin-able spur charm attached to the backstrap of the shoe” as well as having “a high shine croc-embossed texture and bold western-inspired stitching”.
As the company adds: “On the rivet detail, the iconic black and white Crocs logo of Duke, the brand’s beloved crocodile mascot, is sporting his very own cowboy hat, a nod to the brand’s country roots.”
According to the company, a large number of regular users had requested the design on a large scale, as stated by the company.
It will be available for a limited time on Crocs’ website and at some Crocs retail stores for a limited time from 23 October for a price of $120 (£98) for a limited time only on Crocs’ website.
During a dinner with the new king, Stormzy, and Post Malone, David Hockney, Stormzy, and Post Malone were all spotted wearing Crocs, as the artist wore a Savile Row suit paired with while dining with the new king, Stormzy, and Post Malone.
There is no doubt that for many years before the introduction of these shoes, they were considered a staple item of workwear by many.
There is no doubt that black Crocs with faux fur linings were among the most popular shoes on the racks last year, according to one retailer.
It was announced by the company that the company reached almost $1 billion (£820 million) in sales in the quarter ending 30 September 2022.