Crocs isn’t going anywhere this year, as the brand has just dropped a new pair of Bistro Clogs in a navy tie-dye print.
Favored by Guy Fieri and other chefs alike, the Bistro is a special variant of Crocs’ signature clog that features a number of safety updates. For starters, the typical hole design on the vamp is no longer present, instead, the clog features a closed toe construction that helps protect your feet from spillages or drops.
Elsewhere, the Bistro edition features Crocs Lock™ slip-resistant tread to provide traction on potentially slippery surfaces, a thicker metatarsal area to further protect your foot from spillages, a better-contoured footbed so that they can be worn for longer times with higher levels of comfort, and of course, they’re comprised of a fully molded design that’s easily cleaned with kitchen essentials such as soap and water.
For its latest Bistro version, Crocs covers the clog in a navy-based tie-dye pattern that sees a rainbow of hues decorate the indoor-outdoor essential. Crocs’ signature crocodile motif hits the lateral and medial side’s strap, while embossed branding appears on the rear of the strap.
Crocs’ Bistro Clog retails for $57 USD and can be purchased from stockists such as Slam Jam now. Take a closer look at the tie-dyed pair above.
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