McDonald’s And Crocs Are Dropping A Collaboration

The rumours are true: McDonald’s and Crocs are dropping a next-level collab, available around the globe…

McDonald’s and Crocs have teamed up for a playful limited-edition collection that launches on Tuesday November 14 in more than 30 countries around the world. The next-level collab marks the first-ever shoe line for the fast-food chain, and includes shoes, socks and Jibbitz charms that are inspired by some of the brand’s most memorable mascots.

The McDonald’s x Crocs collection includes a classic Crocs clog that flaunts a red and yellow colourway reminiscent of McDonald’s signature colours, a purple faux-fur-lined Grimace-inspired sandal, a Hamburglar-style classic Clog featuring black-and-white stripes, and a Golden-Arches-yellow clog representing the Egg McMuffin-loving early bird Birdie. Of course, each pair will come complete with McDonald’s-themed Jibbitz charms for personalization. (Think McNuggets, fries and Big Macs).

The McDonald’s x Crocs collab not only fuels a shared brand love, but also supports a beloved cause in Ronald McDonalds House Charities.

“We love how passionate our guests are about their McDonald’s orders, and with this Crocs collaboration they can now boldly express themselves through their footwear,” said Alyssa Buetikofer, Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer at McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada. “We are so excited to be partnering with Crocs – a brand that truly leads culture – on our first-ever global shoe collab inspired by our beloved McDonaldland characters while supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities.”

The McDonald’s x Crocs collection will be available to shop online on Tuesday November 14 at noon EST. Shoes range in price between $85 to $90 (with Jibbitz charms included), while socks are $25 each.

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