McDonald’s today announced the brand’s first-ever collaboration with Crocs for the debut of the new McDonald’s x Crocs Collection starting November 14, 2023.
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Inspired by both Crocs Stars and Mickey D’s loyalists, the collab will drop with a full line of shoes, socks and Jibbitz charms.
From a Classic Clog with a McDonald’s spin to a throwback, limited-edition collection inspired by iconic McDonald’s characters – Grimace, Birdie and Hamburglar – the new shoes are designed to give fans a way to live out their bold fandom every day. The collab drops midday (CT) on Crocs.com, at Crocs retail locations and select wholesale partners, while supplies last.
The full McDonald’s x Crocs Collection includes a line of shoes with Jibbitz charms available for between $70 – $75 a pair, with socks for $20 each:
- Grimace x Crocs Cozzzy Sandal: Inspired by everyone’s purple bestie, these sandals lined in faux fur will have you feeling like you’re walking a day in Grimace’s shoes. The Grimace Cozzzy Sandal features his loveable expression on the straps, comes with his favorite treat – a shake in the form of a Jibbitz charm, and can be paired with matching socks.
- Birdie x Crocs Classic Clog: Early birds like Birdie will be the first to get these Classic Clogs in her signature yellow and pink, with her favorite menu item – a McDonald’s Egg McMuffin – as a Jibbitz charm. Birdie fans can put a little extra pep in their step by coupling the clogs with Birdie’s winged pink socks.
- Hamburglar x Crocs Classic Clog: Feel as stealthy as Hamburglar himself with these Classic Clogs in Hamburglar’s famous black and white stripes and Jibbitz™ charms featuring his go-to order (a hamburger). Complete the mischief maker’s look with a pair of matching socks.
- McDonald’s x Crocs Classic Clog: For those who want to sport Crocs in a classic McDonald’s style, the McDonald’s x Crocs Classic Clog is for you. The best part? With new Chicken McNuggets, World Famous Fries and Big Mac Jibbitz charms, you can wear your go-to order everywhere you go.
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