This week Palace is set to release their second pair of Collaborative Crocs, and they’re sticking to the same pattern of camouflage and cheeky Jibbitz.
The jungle camouflage is darker on the classic clog than the Palace Desert pattern used earlier this year, and the custom Jibbitz is even better this time around. Our favorite of the bunch is easily Albert Einstein having a beer, but we also support the qualifying statement “Palace for safe people”. What exactly does “safe” mean in this context? Either way, we adhere to the idea that Palace is indeed not for everyone.
While it doesn’t technically fit into the category, Crocs Classic Clog was undoubtedly the sneaker of the year as the masses turned to the fugly design in the name of comfort. The company reported a huge 73% increase in revenue for the third quarter of 2021 compared to the same previous year, and we have yet to see any signs that the trend will fade in 2022.
One last hit for 2021 – Crocs already has a similar line classic camo clog, but what sets the London-based skate brand’s collaboration apart is, as a David Attenborough-style narrator puts it in the promo video above, “Brightly colored Jibbitz with funny little pictures on it to draw attention. potential partners “. The Palace name is also theoretically hidden on the camoflauge foam exterior, while the brand’s signature Tri-Ferg logo appears on the interior on the sockliner.
Other highlights among the Jibbitz include a dove and yin-yang symbol that continues to emphasize peace, as well as a shamrock and a few palace-specific figures. None of this is actually going to attract the sex you’re interested in, of course, but it should give you at least a moment of fleeting happiness – that’s all that really matters.
Palace’s Crocs is set to release as part of its weekly release at 11 a.m.ET this Friday, December 31, through both his website and physical stores. Pricing has yet to be announced, but one of the strongest aspects of Crocs’ rise in popularity is that its collaborations never bring in a significant margin.