This week, it was reported that the grand social experiment of assimilating the experience of walking on a cheese wheel or maybe a banana could soon come to an end: Crocs Inc. has announced plans to shutter its last manufacturing plant. The Tampa Bay Times notes that Crocs has announced no plan for continued…
It pains me to say this, but it is summer and nothing truly matters. The Crocs heel that has rattled the cages of anyone with an opinion (read: everyone) are not a harbinger of the End of Days.
Hello, who is walking around in high-heeled Crocs?! Because I know at least *some* of you are, that is, unless everyone is stockpiling them for the apocalypse. They seem like very practical roach-stomping shoes.
One of the most inspired celebrity endorsement deals these days is the one between Drew Barrymore and Crocs. She’s not the greatest actor in world, but doggonit, she’s one of the most charming. And Crocs aren’t the greatest shoes in the world, but doggonit, they’re among the most comfortable.
Perhaps you recall last season’s London Fashion Week when Christopher Kane, the visionary designer of a million non-basic gals’ fashion dreams, introduced jewel-encrusted Crocs that not only high-low’d the reviled footwear but gave them, perhaps, a little healing crystal aura for your tootsies.
A former Whole Foods employee in Boulder, Colorado who’s suing the store for discrimination claims she faced frequent harassment for being gay.
Ugly shoes are all the rage. But does America’s fiery passion burn hot enough to make these Teva x Ugg mashup monstrosities successful. I don’t know—would you wear them?
These are a pair of Crocs with what looks like a bunch of rocks glued onto them. It appears that Crocs are messing with our minds.
In the past few years, Crocs have expanded their look, moving past the Mario Batali-approved orange monstrosity that made them famous and into high-end hideousness. But that kind of stuff didn’t seem to work very well, so now they’re dialing the ugly back, returning to their original ugly that made them famous.
Crocs, Inc., the company responsible for those ugly porous foot holders for shoe-resistant people, has been floundering lately. Things have changed a lot since 2007, when the world populace lined up to place their appendages into lightweight clogs — but now, as Crocs, Inc. wheezes helplessly, a charitable figure has…
Many of us have a signature item of clothing, like a preferred style of cardigan or beloved pair of black pumps. But rare is the level of dedication that chef and foodie personality Mario Batali shows his beloved orange Crocs.
Ugh, I kinda want a pair. Dammit.
These new running shoes from Crosskix are made with a foam composite material called ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) — also known as what makes a Croc a Croc. They're neon yellow, look like a useless Transformer, and appear to be so fucking flimsy, they might as well be made of banana fruit roll-ups. (At least then,…
A Kuwaiti teenager is in some hot water after flying into a shoe-throwing rage and destroying a chandelier worth over $1.8 million.
Owning Crocs is already a terrifying concept, but now we have to worry that this footwear will lurk in a closest, sprout appendages and try to man-handle (sandal-handle?) our feet. Watch. Shudder. Repeat, if you dare.
Whaddaya know, but the Crocs designers seem to be fresh out of ideas to extend the shelf life of their hideous footwear, which has been rapidly fading from the national fad-consciousness since early 2008. They want your help.