Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog Surfaces in "Yoke"

A vibrant yellow example expected to release this November.

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Salehe Bembury, a master of collaboration, from works with Moncler, New Balance and Crocs is back at it again with one of his most popular and accessible silhouettes — the Crocs Pollex Clog, this time in a vibrant yellow “Yoke” colorway.

More subtle colorways released this year for the popular clog include Horchta, Niagara and Como, however, this most recent offering aligns more with the Slime colorway, which was once a one-of-one sample for artist Aminé.

Like those before it, the yellow clog features Bembury’s signature design style, including topographical-styled curved ridges, a closed heel and a slightly off-colored toe. The pair also features a detachable heel strap that can be worn for “Trail” mode or removed for a strapless “Free” mode.

The latest Crocs Pollex Clog in Yoke from Bembury is expected to be released November 9 via the official beaspunge site, with retail set at $85 USD. A broader rollout of the shoe to the official Crocs site is expected starting November 17.

In other footwear news, the Nike Air Max 1 “Keep Rippin’ Stop Slippin’” is set to make a comeback.

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