Justin Bieber X Crocs announce second collection and here's where you can buy them

JUSTIN BIEBER has partnered with Crocs for their second collab, and they look incredible.

A must have for any Belieber, the second collection is expected to sell just as fast as the first so you'll need to be speedy.

  • Crocs x Justin Bieber with drew house Classic Clog, £64.99, Crocs – buy here

The Crocs x Justin Bieber with drew house Classic Clog, will go on sale at 12pm on 17 March, and will set you back £64.99.

They're available to shop from crocs.co.uk, but you'll need to fast; the first collection sold out in record time.

Crocs has partnered with Justin Bieber with drew house; Justin Bieber's personal clothing brand, for the playful, fun collection.

The "Crocs x Justin Bieber with drew house Classic Clog 2" features a lavender Classic Clog ,with a branded logo fixed to the backstrap and special appearances from Theodore and other characters from the drew house; community as colourful, oversized Jibbitz charms.

The iconic Crocs silhouette comes bundled with a pair of drew house-branded socks, for the perfect of pairing, and a cozy vibe that represents Bieber’s style and personality.

Justin Bieber said: “Crocs with socks is definitely the move,”

“They’re comfortable, they’re fashionable, and most importantly it’s fun to bring your own style to how you wear them. It’s been a blast bringing this latest collaboration with Crocs to life.”


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You'll need to be speedy if you want to get your hands on a pair of these; we're expecting them to sell out.

The limited-edition unisex collection will be available in the UK at £64.99 from 12pm on 17th March at crocs.co.uk/.

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