What are you doing in my Crocs?
Crocs is unveiling a swampy new collaboration with everybody’s most beloved ogre, Shrek, The Post can verify.
“Crocs and Shrek are the last word swampy sole-mates from a land far, far-off,” a spokesperson for the shoe model advised The Post.
The new “splendidly hideous” model of the model’s Classic Clog is impressed by the animated character’s aesthetics, with a slime-green base to match the ogre’s pores and skin tone.
Fuzzy brown heel straps mimic Shrek’s trademark vest, and removable charms, referred to as Jibbitz, embellish the entrance of the shoes within the shapes of the character’s ears and nostril are hooked up on the forefront. Shrek branding can be plastered onto the perimeters and underfoot.
The limited-edition Crocs use the traditional clog as a “car of self-expression, reimagining Shrek’s beloved irreverence.”
The all-new shoes might be out there beginning Sept. 13 at 12 p.m. ET on crocs.com, Crocs’ retail shops and thru choose wholesale companions worldwide.
The Classic DreamWorks Shrek Clogs are available in a variety of grownup sizes for $59.99, youngsters’ sizes for $49.99 and toddler sizes for $44.99.
People have been fast to reply to the information on Twitter with a variety of ideas.
“These are the ugliest shoes I ever … *add to cart*,” one person said.
“Okay, these I can Stan for,” one other wrote.
“But why,” somebody questioned.
“if i see you in Shrek Crocs i’m calling the police,” one quipped.
The release of the brand new clog comes on the heels of Crocs coming into the jokey-yet-high-fashion sphere with the brand teaming up with MSCHF to make the Brooklyn label’s viral Big Red Boot in yellow.
The cartoonish-looking footwear is modeled by Paris Hilton — and she or he posted a video of her needing help as she struggled to get the oversize shoes off her ft.
Meanwhile, Shrek by no means goes out of favor.
A fifth installment of the “Shrek” franchise was greenlighted in April, and it’ll characteristic the unique voice actors.
“We anticipate the forged coming again. Talks are beginning now, and each indication that we’ve gotten is there’s super enthusiasm on behalf of the actors to return,” Chris Meledandri, CEO and founding father of the studio Illumination Entertainment, told Variety on the time.