You’ll Soon Be Able to Go Fast in Sonic the Hedgehog Crocs
If you ever wanted to go fast like Sonic – but in Crocs – now is your chance. SEGA has teamed up with Crocs to release a new line of Sonic-themed Clogs and Jibbitz charms.
The upcoming collaboration takes notes from the world of Sonic, which includes Gold Rings that you can collect throughout the game, Chaos Emeralds, chili dogs, and of course, Sonic’s red shoes. The Jibbitz charms will include fan-favorite characters such as Tails, Amy Rose, Knuckles, and Shadow.
Officially announced today we’ve gotten our look at the Sonic Crocs! Red crocs with a White Heel Strap that has the Sonic the Hedgehog logo with 8 different jibitz exclusive to this pair
These will be available in Toddler, Kids and Adult sizes and will drop on May 23rd https://t.co/ir8HPYansY pic.twitter.com/30w0fOUbLx
— SonicStyleBlog (@ClothingSonic) May 11, 2023
You can pick yourself a pair on May 23 if you’re in the U.S. and May 24 for everyone else. If you want to purchase the Classic Sonic the Hedgehog Clog, they’ll cost $59.99; the Kids’ Classic Sonic the Hedgehog Clog will cost $49.99; and the Toddlers’ Classic the Hedgehog Clog will be $44.99. In addition to that, loose Jibbitz charms will cost $4.99, and the charm pack will cost $19.99.
Look, they may not be the real-life set of Mario boots that were unveiled in March, but they’re still Sonic Crocs.
It’s worth noting that this isn’t the first time Sega has collaborated with a shoe brand before. In 2021, it partnered with Puma to make a Dr. Eggman and Sonic-inspired shoe collection. Following that collaboration, SEGA teamed up with FILA to create another Sonic-themed shoe, but this time it was to promote Sonic the Hedgehog 2: The Movie.
Shoe manufacturer FILA announced the Ray Tracer Evo X Sonic 2 slip-on sneakers, which are designed to look like the Blur Blur’s iconic kicks. pic.twitter.com/OO9B6r3ObA
— IGN (@IGN) April 4, 2022
For more Sonic-related news, check out our story on Sonic the Hedgehog 3 hitting theaters in December 2024 and where the Knuckles series fits in the Sonic movie timeline.
Luis Joshua Gutierrez is a freelance writer who loves games. You can reach him at @ImLuisGutierrez on Twitter.
Check out our Latest News and Follow us at Facebook