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2020 will go down as the year of many things, most of them strange and unexpected. One such thing is the full-blown comeback of Crocs. Though it had been bubbling up for the past few years, Crocs rode a wave of hyped collaborations this year, with the likes of Justin Bieber, Nicole McLaughlin, and, er, KFC getting involved. Continuing a long-standing partnership with everyone's favorite clog, a new Post Malone Crocs shoe hit stores this week, but you can still secure a pair by scrolling down.

This latest Post Malone x Crocs release follows up the pair's black and blue camouflage colorway from last year, which took things up a notch technically via an adjustable velcro strap, chunky sole, and drawcord. Sticking to a similar utilitarian path, this time using the Duet Max Clog silhouette, Post Malone kits the clog out in branded rivets, lanyard clips, and backstraps.

The unisex Post Malone x Crocs shoes arrive in both black and pink colorways, with the black edition boasting the loud pink inside the shoe. Both colorways come with the functional elements mentioned above, as well as a seriously rugged sole.

StockX market data shows the shoe is currently trading for an average price of $74 on the platform, with its 52-week high reaching $109.

Shop the new Post Malone Crocs at StockX.

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Post Malone x CrocsClassic Clog
$132
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Post Malone x CrocsClassic Clog
$295
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