National Croc Day is a great excuse to get out your crocs, put them on and go on a trip! Seriously, these are amazingly practical shoes that give you a comfortable ride. She has come a long way: from street walks to fashion catwalks. The shoes are ready to follow you wherever you go!
It is noteworthy that Crocs were originally designed as boots for boating. In 2002, Crocs introduced them to the world. The name appeared as an association of the upper part of the shoe with the muzzle of a crocodile. Crocs later became popular with school students, then they fell in love with an older audience.
Now they are available in all colors and variations! Many designers are working on collections to make them even more original. For example, in 2018, crocs with built-in socks were created, in 2020, pink patterned products wrapped in a silk scarf. Even Balenciaga released their collection, giving it a black color and complementing it with metal bolts and studs. The pair cost over $925!
People are traditionally divided into 2 types: some love crocs, others do not understand how they deserved popularity. Let’s just say one thing – once you put on these shoes, it’s hard to refuse them. Practicality is the main advantage!
Did you know that:
- all Crocs production stores are closed, but models are still sold worldwide;
- high-heeled crocs turned out to be mega-popular and literally flew off the shelves;
- shoes are recognized by many designers as one of the most unusual and fashionable;
- in 2007, George W. Bush wore this shoe, and Michelle Obama and her children were also fans of it.
How to celebrate
Buy a couple of new crocs right now! Choose your favorite color and manufacturer. Tidy up your dusty old shoes and go for a walk. Tell others about the holiday, let everyone wear grandiose shoes on National Day. Invite your friends to a theme party: try out bold combinations of clothes with shoes, fool around and have fun!
When is National Croc Day celebrated in 2022?
National Croc Day is observed on October 23 each year.