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3sixteen / Vincent Picone

The team at the New York-based fashion label 3sixteen has been a fan of Crocs’ Dylan Clog ever since it was first released.

“Their minimal design made them suitable to throw on with a pair of flowy linen pants or some drawstring shorts, but we also found ourselves reaching for them to run quick errands or to go to the pool,” reads a blog entry on the brand’s website, announcing that it’s releasing its own take on the minimalist, heelless Dylan Clog. 

Almost a year to the day when the Dylan Clog was first released, 3sixteen is launching a new take on the shoe.

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The Crocs for 3sixteen Woven Dylan takes the simple slip-on and provides it with a more textured finish, mimicking the look of woven leather straps on the upper through a molded pattern. 

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Inspired by Mexican Huarache sandals, the woven look is reminiscent of the Bottega Veneta intrecciato pattern. However, while a pair of Bottega mules will run you back $600, this pair of Crocs will only cost $70 when released on June 27 via 3sixteen and at select retailers Berkeley Supply in Denver and Bodega in Boston.

Alongside the woven pattern, there are also two tonal branded Jibbitz featured on these mules, however, that’s about as far as the embellishments go on the concrete-colored shoes. Unlike Crocs’ Classic Clog or its recent trail-focused slip-ons, this model opts for a less-is-more approach. 

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The stark difference between this minimal clog and much of Crocs' inventory is a testament to the brand’s versatility. One minute it’s creating meme-worthy clogs with fake toes sticking out of them, then it’s creating some seriously wavy sneakers, and then it’s creating these paired-back clogs that wouldn’t look out of place in a high-end beach club. There’s rarely a boring day in the Crocs universe. 

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