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McDonald’s and Crocs have teamed up to create a line of spicy shoes that are inspired by the animated characters from the fast-food chain.
The well-known maker of the delicious McFlurry is teaming up with a renowned shoe company to launch four exclusive sandals on November 14th. The limited-edition line will include three classic Crocs in the company’s signature red and yellow colors, as well as slip-on styles inspired by popular characters Grimace, Hamburglar, and Birdie.
Crocs and McDonald’s have joined forces for their first collaboration. The collection, which includes shoes, socks, and Jibbitz charms, was inspired by both Crocs fans and loyal McDonald’s customers. According to a press release from Crocs, the collection will be available in various countries starting tomorrow, with the launch taking place midday.
“The latest shoe designs range from a traditional clog with a McDonald’s twist to a special, exclusive collection influenced by beloved McDonald’s characters such as Grimace, Birdie, and Hamburglar. These shoes offer fans the opportunity to proudly showcase their love for McDonald’s on a daily basis,” the statement further explained.
The inner lining of the Grimace sandals will be made of strong purple fur, and the outer straps will display the well-known perforated holes of the footwear brand, allowing for themed Jibbitz to be added. The Birdie design will showcase plastic pink bows, white goggles, and matching insoles. The Crocs, inspired by Hamburglar, will feature black and white stripes, eyes that pop out, and yellow soles.
Jibbitz add-ons now include iconic items from McDonald’s such as the golden arches, french fries, a soda cup, McNuggets, and the Big Mac.
Every distinct pair will be priced at $70 to $75, and customers can also purchase matching socks for an additional $20. The complete collection will be available at Crocs retail stores and a few chosen wholesale outlets.
The recent collaboration between McDonald’s and Crocs is a delicious delight, but it also continues the shoe company’s bold release just over a month ago. On October 5th, Crocs combined a Western style with edgy grunge to create their unique cowboy boot.
The “foul” shoe was long and flexible, with two spurs decorating the fake leather shaft. Precise stitching and a textured front mirrored a traditional cowboy boot, while still showcasing the brand’s affinity for unique design.
These $120 boots were created for “Croctober,” the time of year when the brand introduces a new style. They caused a stir among fans online, with eager customers defending the innovative and unique design against harsh critics.
One individual asked, “Why… why don’t I dislike these?” Another person commented, “Crocs has come out with cowboy boots. I’ve seen enough of the internet for today.”