Making its debut in 2002 by Scott Seamans, Lyndon Hanson, and George Boedbecker Jr., the group of friends were out casually sailing the Caribbean when they came across this revolutionary material, which we now call Croslite. They came up with the idea of making this material into a comfortable boat shoe. That transformed into them introducing the footwear brand Crocs. Considered some of the most comfortable shoes in the world, Crocs footwear is not only a practical footwear staple in households and professions worldwide. Still, it has also grown to become a streetwear staple with the introduction of several footwear collaborations. These include partnerships with PLEASURES, BEAMS, Balenciaga, and celebrities such as Post Malone, SZA, and more.
Crocs still maintains its stake as one of the OG comfortable footwear brands, as it considers style and comfort at the beginning of each design, which is prevalent throughout the brands’ countless collaborations and innovative silhouettes. The same can be said for Crocs’ latest Echo Collection. Spotlighting the Crocs Clogs and Crocs Slides, these designs embody the philosophy of comfort without sacrificing style. Using dynamic silhouettes, the designs represent a new language while maintaining elements of their classic constructions that still feel synonymous with the Crocs brand. The full-molded Clogs and Slides take on imaginative sculpted designs and are crafted for those who aren’t afraid to wear something different. The designs take on cutting-edge exoskeletal constructions, creating a dynamic frame that exposes the silhouettes’ intricate details.
“CROCS ECHO COLLECTION”
The Crocs Echo Collection introduces the Crocs Echo Clog for those who want comfort without sacrificing their look. Bridging the worlds of sound, design, sport, and style, this design features 14 spaces for Jibbitz charms for optimal self-expression. Light and easy to wear, these silhouettes use a Croslite construction and a LiteRide drop-in footbed that allows for water-friendly and buoyant components. Ventilation ports add breathability and help shed water. The heel pad at the back strap allows for additional comfort, while the dual-density support is thanks to the Croslite sole and LiteRide footbed. In addition to the Crocs Echo Clog, the Crocs Echo Slide makes an impression with its same Croslite construction and ventilation ports that allow for breathability. The slides are easy to wear and incredibly light, and the slip-on construction allows for even more functionality.
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