Post Malone’s Crocs Collab Sold Out In 10 Minutes
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You had to be quick to get yourself a pair of the ‘Posty’ Crocs.

What seemed to be one of the most unlikely pairings in music/fashion (are Crocs categorised as ‘fashion’?) has proven to the world that Post Malone can make pretty much anything cool, and by ‘cool’ we mean marketable to young adults and teens. With the Crocs ‘Come As You Are’ campaign selling out faster than you can say, ‘Wow, these are actually quite comfy.’

Taking to Instagram, the rapper has let fans know that whilst the first release of the shoe which features the Classic Clog silhouette, as well as six custom-designed Jibbitz™ charms including the artist’s “Stay Away” tattoo, and his Posty Co™ logo, is all gone. No need to worry, however, Posty has also promised there’ll be more on their way soon.

 

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my first collab with @crocs is SOLD OUT already! go to link in my bio to get updates on future releases. 📷 by @adamdegross

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Who knows, maybe he’ll be rocking them when he heads out her for his stadium tour next year? He’s just added some extra shows over here too, check them out below:

Post Malone 2019 Australian Tour

Friday, 26th April
RAC Arena, Perth
Tickets: Live Nation

Sunday, 28th April
AEC Arena, Adelaide
Tickets: Live Nation

Tuesday, 30th April
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Tickets: Live Nation

Wednesday, 1st May — NEW SHOW
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Tickets: Live Nation

Thursday, 2nd May — NEW SHOW
Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne
Tickets: Live Nation

Saturday, 4th May
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Tickets: Live Nation

Sunday, 5th May — NEW SHOW
Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane
Tickets: Live Nation

Tuesday, 7th May
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Tickets: Live Nation

Wednesday, 8th May — NEW SHOW
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Tickets: Live Nation

Thursday, 9th May — NEW SHOW
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
Tickets: Live Nation

Words by Harry Webber November 2, 2018
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