Western Hydrodynamic Research Covers the Crocs Classic Clog in Terrain-Inspired Graphics
The nature-y kicks come packaged with special WHR banners and Jibbitz that are shaped like buttes.
As long as clogs and mules remain a hot commodity in fashion, Crocs will continue to stay relevant in the footwear sphere. It’s kept up with the ever-surging movement through its abundance of collaborative initiatives with the likes of SZA, Salehe Bembury and more, and this week it’s growing its catalog via a brand new joint project with niche streetwear label Western Hydrodynamic Research.
Pat Towersey — Western Hydrodynamic Research’s founder — turned Southern California coves coastal cliffs for inspiration for this offering. From the toe tips to the heel spoilers, the Classic Clogs have been covered in graphics of rocky terrains. On the sides of the heel pieces, you’ll find orange banners that are branded with “WHR” hits in solid black. Plushy interior linings along with the Crocs-branded heel pieces complement the base with their tan filling. Additionally, the easy-on-easy-off kicks come housed with Jibbitz that are shaped into WHR bricks and canyon-like mountains.
Priced at $80 USD, the Western Hydrodynamic Research x Crocs Classic Clog is being raffled off via Crocs until February 8 at 12pm EDT. For a closer look at the nature-inspired pair, peep the gallery of images above.
For other news, check out Crocs’ recent collaboration with the NBA.