Crocs Collaboration With Bad Bunny Sells Out In 15 Minutes

Crocs never fails to give the people what they want! The brand just launched a Halloween collaboration with Latin pop star Bad Bunny and fans were so excited to get their hands on a pair of limited edition shoes.

The white glow-in-the-dark shoes with Jibbitz charms, glowing galaxies, and Bad Bunny’s logo sold out in just 15 minutes! According to Fox News, the shoes which retailed at $64.99, are now being resold for nearly four times the amount on websites like StockX.

Crocs left a message for their customers on Instagram, who was left empty-handed following the release.

”We appreciate everyone SHOWING UP today and congrats to those that scored a pair. For those who didn’t stay tuned for many more surprises to come in Croctober 🔥

P.S. We don’t like bots either, which is why we use a combination of a queuing system and other fraud protection measures to protect against them.”



Roommates, will y’all be checking for the Croc restock?

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