Crocs and Alife have combined forces on a trio of clogs, elevating the everyday shoe to new artful heights. As designed by Alife founder and creative director Rob Cristofaro, the shoes use the classic Crocs silhouette as a platform to make a street-rooted statement ranging from low key logo to bold and elevated.
“Crocs’ iconic clog has made a global impact, not only because of its unique design, but because it serves a functional purpose. At Alife, these are the brands that we strive to work with,” said Cristofaro. “The clog is a fashion misfit, which is why I think our collaboration points out that doing something you love is more important than following the latest trends.”
Each design represents one of three categories: art, sport and classic. True to Alife’s New York roots, the grey art shoe pays tribute to the City with a set of removable Jibbitz depicting the city’s most beloved landmarks, including the Brooklyn Bridge, Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building.
The sport clog has some fun with the sock shoe trend with a white Crocs clog that comes with an attached white sock. The classic version features a grey clog emblazoned with an oversized version of the Alife logo.
Pricing for the art clog with Jibbetz is $600, the sport clog is $140 and the classic clog is $80. All three shoes will be available on alifenewyork.com on June 14th.
Check out all three silhouettes below.