Post Malone Second Crocs Collaboration Sell Out In 10 Minutes, Again

People are loving the Hip-Hop fashion duo of Post Malone and Crocs. On Tuesday (Dec 11), the 23-year-old rapper released his second collaborationwith Crocs, and for the second time, they sold out within 10 minutes of going on sale.

Crocs are sold out but you can get some Post Malone Jibbitz here

🙂 still limited!
— Beerbongs & Bentleys (@PostMalone) December 11, 2018

As soon as the shoe company released The Post Malone x Crocs Barbed Wire Clogs, fans immediately went into their pockets. Malone’s sandals that went for 59.99 are bright yellow with images of barbed wire cutting through the shoes, similar to the design of Post Malone’s beerbongs & bentleys album. The lateral heels of the shoes has the rapper’s signature “POSTY CO.”

As a result, the Croc’s website crashes. Fans who missed out took it to Twitter to share their frustration.

wow @Crocs AWFUL website. I’ve had the Post Malone Page up since this morning ready to purchase and your site crashed on me multiple times. I had shoes in my cart that were “available” only to be told I couldn’t purchase. Absolutely awful!!!

— Peyton Finley (@PeytonFinley) December 11, 2018

Although the slippers sold out, people can still buy the “Jibbitz charms,” the charms that can go on the Crocs, which were also released.

Post Malone’s first Croc collaboration came in November and according to Footwear News, they also sold out in less than 10 minutes. The original design featured a white classic Croc with the yellow devil in a repeating pattern across the shoes. He released a small collection of Jibbitz as well.

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