Crocs & Luke Combs Reunite for the Spookiest & Fuzziest Clogs to Date

Claudia Miller
·2 min read

Crocs and country singer Luke Combs are back for a spooky, fall-ready collaboration.

The footwear brand teased a new collaborative design with the Grammy Awards-nominated artist on its social media this week, announcing the news of a furry take on its classic clogs. The LC3 Fuzz-Lined Crocs debuts on Tuesday, Nov. 10 at noon ET at Crocs.com. The price has yet to be announced but previously collaborations between the two parties have retailed from $40 to $60.

Dedicated Luke Combs fans can get special early access to the shoes by signing up for his fan club at LukeCombs.com.

The upcoming Crocs x Luke Combs clogs feature white uppers accented with a depiction of Combs himself with a haunted twist — it’s a skeleton; Combs himself explained on social media that the design is the same depiction that can be found on the back of his tour bus. As cold weather starts to settle in, the brand made sure customers and the singer would stay warm by lining the design with its signature fuzzy interior and cushioned footbed.

Of course, no pair of Crocs would be complete without a few Jibbitz charms. For this special edition design, the capsule includes a charm inspired by Combs’ dog, his guitar, his token cowboy boots, his tour bus and more personalized pieces.

The LC3 marks the third clog reimagination between the two entities and the fourth collaborative effort in total, joined by a twist on a Crocs slide from earlier this year. Previous Luke Combs x Crocs designs sold out within hours of their release and continue to represent the musician in the most fun ways.

The new Crocs x Luke Combs Bootlegger Slides can be found on the resale market for $40 to $55 whereas the Realtree Camo iterations resell for upwards of $199 to $1,000. The original Crocs x Luke Combs CMA Fest design is available at StockX.com in limited sizing for $1,150.

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