In the past two years, Salehe Bembury has exploded into the global footwear scene. The New Yorker’s Crocs Pollex Clog, which will be reissued in a “Cobbler” hue on August 18th, has been instrumental in making him famous.
Its name probably pays homage to the popular peach cobbler treat, since the design’s tonal and bright color palette resembles that of the dish. The next version, like its forerunners, is fashioned with exaggerated grooves across the shoe to embody his unique fingerprint concept. The majority of the shoe is a vibrant orange, with a darker color contrasting on the heel straps and select molds on the toe tips and treads. Both the sport mode spoilers and the insoles include debossed logos for the two companies that made this possible.
If you want to get your hands on the Crocs Pollex Clog “Cobbler,” you may do so via the Spunge website on August 18 at 12 PM EDT.