Crocs and Croslite, the footwear brand’s rubber-like proprietary material, are two peas in a pod. More often than not, when you see one, you usually see the other. 

Whether we’re talking Classic Clogs, Geometric Clogs, or even the Juniper Sneaker (which dropped earlier this year), each of Crocs’ most popular and sought-after shoes tend to arrive dripped in Croslite.

Yet when Crocs first released its Classic Cozzzy Slipper late last year, a shoe that went viral and has been perpetually sold out since, there was no Croslite in sight.

Instead, Crocs replaced its rubbery goodness in favor of an all-over fuzzy faux fur shearling for the Classic Cozzzy Slipper, which also comes equipped with some uber comfortable sink-in footbeds.

The result? Crocs’ most comfortable shoe to date and one that, until a recent restock, has proven virtually impossible to get a hold of.

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While the popularity of Crocs’ Classic Cozzzy Slipper is in part down to the shoe’s exceedingly cozy qualities, it’s also as a result of its virality.

Back in November, shortly after the shoe’s initial release, TikTokers all over the world began posted unboxing videos of Crocs’ newest slip-on. Then, following tens of millions of views, the shoe sold out worldwide. Go figure.

Anyways, a quarter of the way through 2024 and finally Crocs’ comfiest clog has been given an overdue restock. It’s just a shame that they’ve dropped just in time for summer.

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