Balenciaga X Crocs: Would you

Balenciaga x Crocs have launched the ‘stiletto Croc’. Image via Twitter @Saint.

Balenciaga X Crocs: Would you wear stiletto Crocs at R14k a pair?

Fashion house Balenciaga has teamed up with Crocs to launch ‘stiletto Crocs’. Here’s what Tweeps think.

Balenciaga X Crocs: Would you

Balenciaga x Crocs have launched the ‘stiletto Croc’. Image via Twitter @Saint.

Luxury fashion house Balenciaga has collaborated with Crocs for their Spring 22 collection and one of their latest pieces is the stiletto cCoc which tweeps think aren’t all that. 


Paris-based fashion house Balenciaga, in collaboration with Crocs, debuted the stiletto Crocs as part of their their Spring 22 collection. The stiletto Crocs is a classic Crocs clog with a narrow heel attached and is available in black, grey and bright green shades and is sold at $1000 a pair equating to around R14 100.

This is not the first collaboration between the two brands, back in 2017 they debuted something similar, the platform Croc at $850 which equates to around R11 985. The collection sold out instantly and made it onto the “hottest product” list that year. 

“It’s light, it is a one-piece sponge shape, and these types of techniques and materials work well with Balenciaga,” said Balenciaga’s creative director, Demna Gvasalia about the platform Crocs according to Good Things Guy.

Although many do not seem to fancy a pair of Crocs,purchases of the comfortable shoe surged during the pandemic. The shoe was seen on the Instagram feeds of celebrities such as Justin Bieber, Post Malone and Ban Bunny who have collaborated with the brand. Even Nicki Minaj was seen sporting an electric pink pair. 

Shares in the company hit an all-time high in early June showing how popular it has actually been. However, Tweeps do not feel the same way about the stiletto Croc.


Twitter users are not holding back their thoughts on the new stiletto Croc with some going as far as calling it “fresh hell”. Here is what the Tweeps think.

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