If you couldn’t seem to navigate the first Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex drop — or the second or third, for that matter — don’t fret. It looks like you’ll have 12 more chances at redemption, as six new color variants will release alongside a restock of the first six versions. The comfy footwear brand has multiple versions of its molded rubber clogs in the pipeline, varying their offerings with different colors, patterns, and interchangeable elements.
What’s in store — According to reports from Sole Retriever and House of Heat, the upcoming clogs will arrive in orange, black, red, blue, brown, and camo. The molded exterior is modeled after Bembury’s own fingerprints — swapping the smooth, perforated makeup of Crocs’s Classic Clog for a rigged and textured one.
Bembury and Crocs previously released the Pollex in two shades of green (“Crocodile” and “Cucumber”), a tan “Menemsha,” white “Urchin,” lavender “Stratus,” and in a friends-and-family exclusive white “Spackle.” Multiple restocks have already brought some pairs back, and an all-black “Sasquatch” pair gifted to LeBron James will reportedly get a public release as well.
Because of the Pollex’s removable nylon straps, it can be worn outdoors in “Trail” mode or in more casual settings when let “Free.” Thanks to the fingerprint texture extending to the sole, you should even get some traction should you put the clogs to the test on the trails.
That’s one hot clog — Each of the Pollex releases has sold out in a matter of seconds, with some iterations reselling for as much as 14 times the retail price. The clogs have even been subject to $30 knockoffs on AliExpress, but anyone looking to grab an authenticated pair on the secondary market will have to cough up at least a couple hundred bucks.
When making its debut in 2021, the Pollex marked the first time Crocs let an outside designer create a completely new silhouette. Other collaborators have remixed various elements in their own versions, such as Karol G’s barbed wire straps or Balenciaga’s bizarre heel, but most tend to add their own Jibbitz and call it a day.
Stay tuned for official announcements on Bembury’s new Pollex variants, which will reportedly release throughout the rest of the year.