Friends, here we are again; a new day, a new wearable, food-branded item. Today’s invention: cereal Crocs. The (in)famous shoe company wants you to slide your feet into some General Mills cereal-branded rubber clogs.
Alright, now that we know these Crocs exist (no use fighting it anymore), let’s find out what flavors(?) they have.
The first to be released in the Rise N’ Style collection is Cinnamon Toast Crunch (available now). It’s a white and brown swirled Croc clog, reminiscent of Cinnamon Toast Crunch in a bowl of milk. In July, the brands will release three more: Coco Puffs (I’m sure people will be Cuckoo for them), Honey Nut Cheerios, and Trix Crocs (which, unlike Trix cereal, are not just for kids—the clogs come in adult sizes too).
Each of these Croc varieties is supposed to look like a swirl of the respective cereals’ main colors with white (to represent the milk). You can get these cereal-themed Crocs in the All-Terrain clog silhouette (in addition to classic Crocs Clogs), and there are also a gazillion and three different cereal Jibbitz you can get to adorn your cereal-themed sandal-adjacent shoes. These Crocs are available at Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker, Champs Sports, and Eastbay.
While I’m not currently in the market for a pair of Crocs, I’m curious if y’all are. Let me know in the comments if you pick up a pair of Crocs Classic Cinnamon Toast Crunch Clogs. Do they smell like cinnamon? Do the shoes eat each other like the Cinnamon Toast Crunch dudes do in the ads? Long story long, I’m not sure why these shoes exist but I could say that about most things, and for the most part I’m happy those things are here on this earth (lookin’ at you, kiwi spoons).
H/T Design Taxi