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Thanks to their popularity, Crocs can be found in an array of styles, colors and patterns. And let’s not even start on its many mashups with high-fashion retailers like Balenciaga, food brands like General Mills or celeb collaborations with Justin Bieber, Post Malone and Diplo — to name just a few.
More recently, Crocs released their Classic Crush Sandal in three colorways: bone, black and digital violet, which is a perfect color for summer wear. The platform shoes feature two straps with holes for your favorite Jibbitz and a flexibly comfortable fit.
In early May, the brand paired up with singer-songwriter SZA to release a clog and slide, supporting mental health awareness and self-care. The design features a woodgrain pattern highlighted by a collection of Jibbitz curated by SZA, including mother earth, an evil eye, a mushroom, an asthma pump and an amethyst.
Salehe Brembury also recently revealed new colorways for his collaboration with Crocs, sharing silhouettes in “Crocodile,” “Urchin” and “Stratus” that show up as neon green, lavender and white. They officially made their debut on the Crocs website May 24.
Because it seems there are always new Crocs being released, we wanted to gather all of the new releases from your favorite ugly shoe brand into one place. Keep scrolling to see the best new Crocs of 2022, and keep checking back as we update this post.
Our Favorite New Crocs & Crocs Collaborations of 2022
While the best Crocs are always fun, the latest Crocs creations have proven how versatile this brand can be. So we’re digging into some of the newer Crocs releases that have touched down in stores over the past year. There are so many that it’s hard to keep up, but here are the new Crocs that we loved the most.
Without further ado, from celebrity collabs to delicious pairings, these are the newest Croc releases of 2022. Although many of these styles are no longer available on the brand’s website, many can still be found on resale sites like StockX.