Crocs are a serious fashion debate, and there's no clear cut answer on who's right. On the one hand, the plastic shoes offer extreme comfort and ease when wearing. On the other hand, they can completely ruin your feet.
One runner in Utah even uses them for his marathon races, saying he and his whole family find them to be the best shoe for the job.
The bright colors and unusual shape have made Crocs arguably the most recognizable shoe in the world.
Crocs are pretty reasonably priced, as well. A child's pair can run for just $17, while adult shoes are no more than $40. Considering how comfortable people find them, the price is definitely right.
However, there's a new trend hitting the fashion world and it's not something you'd expect.
That's right. Clothing designer Christopher Kane has started producing designer Crocs with jewels and animal print, which then sparked a trend of fuzzy Crocs, too.
Continue reading to see what these shoes look like, and to see how much they cost. Hint: it's a lot more than $40.
Christopher Kane launched his designer Crocs as a limited edition venture.
"They are brilliant for summer, as they are so comfortable and cooling," he says. "That they look great is an added bonus. I've always been a fan of the iconic Crocs Clog. I like that they are perceived by some to be quite 'ugly' and not at all feminine or designed to flatter. They are designed for function, and that's what attracted me to them."
Are you ready to see these 'high-fashion' shoes?
These Crocs boast marble patterning and real gem-stones. Combine all this and you have a $400 pair of Crocs.
And that's just the marble embellished line! Continue reading to see what the animal print Crocs look like, and to see the newest (and furriest) addition to the Christopher Kane Crocs line.
After apparent success with his marble and gemstone Crocs, Christopher Kane moved into the animal print style, as well as a fur line as well.
The animal print Crocs run for just $85.95, which is a far cry from $400 for the marble version.
As of February 2017, Christopher Kane also released a furry Croc which has already hit catwalks.
Now, there's no price tag on these Crocs, but they'll probably be between the other two.
What do you think of these designer Crocs? Would you wear them?