With the arrival of summer, Crocs shoes are still the favorite of many students. Classic clogs are comfortable and easy enough and can be worn in almost any situation (it is best to change a pair when driving), because it is too popular - and even becomes the key object of counterfeiting - it will be considered too common by everyone, which has become a contradiction.
Crocs attempts have also continued. For example, the Pollex Clog, on which Salehe Bembury collaborated with Crocs, is very successful. It not only has all the characteristics of a classic clog but also embodies a sense of design and uniqueness in its own way (Salehe Bembury has been appointed as the creative director of the Crocs Pollex Pod series).
Also exploring this direction is the Echo Clog series. This is also a "redesign" based on the classic shoe shape. The Echo Marbled Clog, under the series received by the Ideal Life Laboratory editorial department, is one of them. It has "black/flame red" and "bone white/color". We have the latter, which can also become an option for personalization.
Like their name suggests, the shoes are covered with a marble print texture. With a carved appearance, the overall shape is more stylish. It will be more contoured than the classic clog (although it will look heavier than the classic clog, but in fact there is almost no difference after wearing it), and there are still holes in the upper. It is no problem to match "Jibbitz."
It has a lot of special parts, such as this marble print texture that is different on each pair of shoes, which makes each pair of clogs shoes actually "unique". The holes on the front and side of the upper are also more personalized, and they allow the shoe to maintain breathability and drainage.
Like the classic clog, the strap at the heel can be placed behind the heel to fix it, or it can be placed in the front, so that the shoe is more like a pair of slippers and more free to put on and take off.
The shoes use a combination of Croslite soles and LiteRide insoles, both of which are fully supportive, which actually gives a double-supported foot feel. The feeling of the upper feet is dense, not purely "stepping on shit".
Although there are drains (or vents?) from the outsole, because the LiteRide insole is lined and the insole does not leave holes, the feet in the shoes will not communicate with the ground through the insole. You can still step on the water without worrying about water coming up from the soles.
These drains only increase the breathability and drainage capacity (for example, every time you step on the ground, the hot air on the soles of the feet can be discharged through the holes on both sides) and even have the effect of shock absorption and cushioning.
The sole says "Designed in Colorado". Crocs is headquartered in Colorado, USA.
The final point is that the Echo Marbled Clog will have a different possibility of wearing than the classic Clog, especially for young people or students who want to reflect their personality in wearing it. It is functional and street style; it can correspond to different styles of wear, and at the same time, it continues to be lightweight and comfortable, so there is no need to worry about getting it dirty or stepping on it.
Even though its audience will definitely be much smaller than the classic Clog, it was originally prepared for students who pursue something different. (It is the same style for men and women, but the size is different; girls can also try it.)
In addition, it also has slippers (Echo Marbled Slide), which are also marble-printed textures and are also a combination of Croslite soles and LiteRide insoles, but they are still not as outstanding as the Clog models. This depends on what everyone likes.