Post Malone crocs 



Posty co's

I know it’s been month’s since Croc’s released a second Post Malone Collab and you might be thinking why in the hell am I talking about this?

2 reasons why I decided to do an article on this, first I’ve noticed that there is alot of people that have never heard of Posty Co’s, and second if you want a pair right now , your gonna pay around $250!

So if you are one of the people that have not heard about Posty Co Crocs, then here is a quick recap.



Sold Out In 10 Minutes

November of last year, ten minutes after the first Posty Co’s hit the market they sold out. The design for Post’s Dimitri Clog collaboration was all white with six custom-designed Jibbitz charms, one for his “Stay Away” tattoo, his own logo and covered with baby devils. The retail price was $59.99

“If you like something, go get it,”  “I wear Crocs everywhere from the bar to the stage and I felt it was the perfect collaboration to get together with Crocs and give the fans what they’ve been asking for.” Post Malone talking about first release.

Reselling for up to $250

Two back to back


Malone & Crocs released a second collab in December of 2018(only a month after his first release)and sold out in 10 minutes again.

Like the first drop, this one also comes with Posty-themed Jibbitz™ add-ons, which range from a saw blade, snake, a skull, pony head, and barbed wire. This Posty is all yellow and retailed for $59.99, same as the last.

Reselling for up to $225

3 In A Row

In earlier this year in May, Post released his third Croc but this time exclusively for Australia. He didn’t sell out in 10 minutes again, but he did sell out in a day. 

This editions theme centered around a tropical forest print  on the outer of the shoe. Like the last 2 this one also comes with interchangeable buttons centered around Post Malone’s Jibbitz character,“Stay Away” tattoo, and Posty Co. logo. Retail $59.99

Reselling for up to $125

                             Pic From Crocs Australia

So in closing, whether you like Post Malone or not, or whether you wear Crocs or not, you can’t deny that Post made mad money off of the least appealing footwear.