There are just a lot of people out there who think that Crocs are not cool.  Even though numerous "cool" celebrities have come out with their own line of Crocs.  Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Drew Barrymore, KISS, Psy and Bad Bunny are just some of the celebrities that have cashed in on the Crocs style.

Even if you held off before.  The newest Croc collaboration is sure to make you jump all in. Wu-Tang has now come out with their own Crocs collaboration.  The best part, they are affordable at just 38.50.

Everyone knows that Wu Tang comes harder than anyone in Hip Hop today, yesterday or forever. Business Age claims that they have the biggest logo of all time. These Crocs are dropping right on time.  The Nas & Wu-Tang concert series is droppin' this Summer all across the country. Now this incredible collection is ready to rock your feet.

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The Wu-Tang Crocs come in a couple of different styles, including either black with jibbitz or yellow with jibbitz. They come in slides or the classic clog.  The collaboration has only been announced a short while and this is already the Viral Fashion Statement of the year.  I don't know how many they plan to make, but if you plant to snatch them, you better "move" fast in whatever footwear you've got on now. Buy a few extra pairs, because you know they will fetch big bucks on E-Bay later.  In fact, ditch the crypto and invest in this.

Either way, you will be the most fashionable fashionista influencer in a zillion block radius.  Peace Out and Wu-Tang Forever


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