Justin Bieber Officially Reveals Upcoming Crocs Collaboration

Inspired by his drew house label.

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After teasing the collaboration recently — and causing a jump in stock price — Crocs and Justin Bieber have now officially unveiled their upcoming collaboration. The collaboration is inspired by Bieber’s drew house label, and features a take on the Classic Clog silhouette as well as eight custom Jibbitz charms.

The Classic Croc has been rendered in yellow for the collaboration, with different charms referencing the sunny colorway of the silhouette. As well as a large yellow “drew” charm, others include depictions of rainbows, flowers and the drew house logo.

Take a look at the collaboration in the gallery above. The Justin Bieber x Crocs with drew Classic Clog and accompanying charms is due to arrive via the Crocs and drew house web stores on October 13 and will be priced at $54.99 USD.

In other footwear news, Bad Bunny has also recently worked with Crocs on a collaborative project.

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