First drop of the Satsify x Crocs Classic Clog
Neoprene gaiter with elastic cinch, reflective elements, ripstop carrying bag included
May 19th for $120
Photography by Peter Sutherland, following Satisfy pro athlete Michael Versteeg and pro skater Ryan Lay in the Arizona desert.
In a tradition that only confirms we’re living in a simulation, low-end meets high-end once again with the all-new Satisfy x Crocs Classic Clog, a trail dawg take on the ubiquitous comfort shoe we’ve all come to love or hate.
Available on May 19, the new design features a neoprene sleeve upper with elastic shock cord to help keep out dirt and debris. Front and rear pull tabs allow for ease of access while inner pillows in the heel counter help with foot lockdown. A nylon, ripstop-style carrying pouch is included, which also packs into itself.
According to Satisfy, the clog is “made for trails and willing to get wet, perfect for the adventurer in all of us.” And although this is a limited-edition drop, this is the beginning of a series of collaboration drops between the two brands.
If I’m being real, it’s taken me a long time to jump on the Crocs wagon, whether ironically or unironically. I’ve been mixed on some of the high-end collabs in the past, but this may be the one to push me over the edge. It actually appears to be the first Croc that has real functional benefits built into it that still add to the aesthetic of the shoe. Of course, the core Crocs elements are there; the forefoot silhouette is classic clog while the wiffle holes and ventilation ports remain the same.
It really does look pretty great and stands out among the other variations of Crocs which generally stick to the script. Point being, Satisfy doesn’t miss on the collabs (the Norda 001 Peace & Silence is still one of my favorite shoes).
The limited edition clog will be available in two colorways, bone and black, and goes on sale May 19 on satisfyrunning.com and May 24 on crocs.com for $120. You can pick it up at the shop links below or sign up for early access here.