Shoppers go wild over a new style of the Crocs which they say are ‘perfect for the club’… but not everyone’s on board | The Sun

FASHION enthusiasts have been divided after Crocs released a new style of the cult favourite footwear, which some reckon is perfect for the dancefloor.

If you thought the comfy shoes couldn't get any better, think again, as the company has launched a new style to join the range – Glow in the Dark Clogs.

According to the high-street retailer, the lime green Clogs will set you back by £49.99 and will offer you both comfort and a spike of ''personality''.

While it appears that the footwear is currently available in just one colour, eager fashion fans can also jazz it up with customisable charms.

Just like with its OG version, this style, too, comes with its iconic ventilation ports that add breathability – perfect for the hot weather and those into gardening.

The new Clogs can be nabbed in a range of sizes, starting from UK size 4 to UK size 10 for women and size 3 to size 12 for men.

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One fanatic of the shoe, social media user, took to TikTok to demonstrate how the Clogs looked in pitch black dark.

After grabbing the pair from the store, the style fanatic went in a different room and switched the lights off – and lo and behold, magic happened.

The footbead of the Clog was bright green, as some of the ventilation holes were beaming with light.

However, the reaction on social media, where the clip was shared, was mixed – and it seems that not everyone will be forking out for the shoes.

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One mortified fashion was exclaimed in horror: ''Why? I wouldn’t want to be seen in daylight in crocs let alone in the dark!''

Meanwhile, others appeared to be totally obsessed with the £49.99 buy.


One such person tagged their pal, writing: ''I would wear these to clubs.''

''I NEED OMG!!!'' someone else chimed in.

A fellow style enthusiast reckoned: ''these are good for nights out.''

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