A few years ago, many of us would've rather been caught dead than wearing a pair of Crocs — but my how the times have changed. Now, everyone from Justin Bieber and Post Malone, to Bad Bunny, Nicole McLaughlin, and countless others have their own pair, as the slip-on shoe has become a fashionable footwear option.

Joining the ever-growing list of artists and brands to collaborate with Crocs is none other than Palace. Palace debuted its Classic Clog this week upon sharing the lookbook for its new summer collection. While we have yet to receive a closeup of the shoe, we can tell that it is dressed in an all-over desert camouflage print. The Crocs are said to come with 11 Palace Jibbitz charms, allowing you to mix and match your favorite pieces and customize accordingly.

The Crocs collab isn't the only part of the upcoming drop season we're excited about, though — there's also a banging pair of loafers, an incense holder, a nod to Queen's Bohemian Rapsody, some 10/10 football jerseys, and, as per, some top tier branding puns. Take a look at our highlights below.

Palace hasn't shared a specific release date for the Classic Clog collab, but the brand has announced that the first delivery from its Summer 2021 collection will arrive in-store and online on Friday, May 7. The Crocs could very well release at this time. But if we come across any additional info on the collaboration, we'll be sure to bring you the latest details.

In the meantime, you can check out the best Crocs collabs available online.

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