If you love to wear your Crocs but just don’t know what to style them with, worry no more, because a Crocs bag is here.
When I first heard the phrase ‘Crocs bag’, I imagined a something similar in shape to a tote bag, perhaps designed with some of the brand’s telltale holes which would allow for accessorising with their custom ‘Jibbitz’ pieces.
While I don’t think this idea is too outrageous, it turns out I was thinking too far out of the (shoe-) box. Despite venturing out of the footwear department and into the realm of bags, the company obviously decided to play it safe and stick to what they know.
The result? A Croc with a strap.
The company collaborated with PizzaSlime to come up with two crossbody bags, made from the classic rubber shoes. The area where your foot would usually live has been replaced with a pouch and a zipper, ensuring nothing can fall out of the holes and your belongings remain safe and sound inside the shoe.
It looks similar in size and shape to a bumbag, but the Crocs bag is obviously much more unique.
The accessory is available in black and yellow and comes complete with seven Jibbitz pieces themed around PizzaSlime, but with only 25 bags made in each colour you’ll have to be quick to get your hands on one!
If you want to be part of the exclusive, small group of people who own the official PizzaSlime x Crocs bags, you’ll have to fork out a whopping $300 – but I suppose that’s the price you have to pay for style.
Alternatively, you could probably just buy a pair of Crocs and a cheap bumbag and combine them yourself for a much lower price.
Still, if you do want to get your hands on one of the products you can do so at the PizzaSlime online store. I’m certain it would get you lots of attention!
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Emily Brown first began delivering important news stories aged just 13, when she launched her career with a paper round. She graduated with a BA Hons in English Language in the Media from Lancaster University, and went on to become a freelance writer and blogger. Emily contributed to The Sunday Times Travel Magazine and Student Problems before becoming a journalist at UNILAD, where she works on breaking news as well as longer form features.