The Crocs collaboration catalog is full of playful team-ups, from Salehe Bembury’s Pollex redesigns to cereal-inspired clogs with General Mills. Levi’s is now getting in on the fun, teaming up with Crocs on footwear to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the iconic 501 jean.

The three-piece collection includes a tie-dye iteration of the Crocs Classic Clog inspired by the Japanese dyeing technique known as Shibori. This pair comes eight custom Jibbitz inspired by the “hippie” counterculture movement of the ’60s, the same kind you might find on vintage trucker jackets. Additional details include red outsoles inspired by the Levi’s Red Tab and the Levi’s Two Horse-Pull logo stamped on the footbed.

The collection also includes two iterations of the All-Terrain Clog, a light denim “Bone” colorway and a dark indigo “Navy” colorway, each adorned with it’s own Sashiko-style stitch pattern and a Levi’s Red Tab on the right shoe. These versions come with three metal Jibbitz inspired by Japanese culture: a koi fish, feather, and a turquoise and gold pendant. These pairs also feature a Japanese version of the Two Horse-Pull logo on the footbed.

The Levi’s x Crocs collection will be available starting September 19th on Levi.com, followed by a global release on September 21st on Crocs.com and at select retailers. Check out all three pairs in the collection below.

 

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