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Peeps, Crocs Step into Clog Collab

Just in time for Easter, Peeps has teamed up with Crocs for a line of shoes.

Peeps has teamed up with Crocs to offer fans a limited-edition Peeps x Crocs classic clog collaboration.

The limited-edition Peeps x Crocs line will be coated with a brightly colored, sugar-like texture reminiscent of the marshmallow candy, and come adorned with 3D jibbitz charms shaped as the Peeps marshmallow chicks. 

"This is the first time Crocs is partnering with a candy brand, and what better way to keep our fans on their toes than by pairing our iconic clog with an iconic Easter candy brand for a one-of-a-kind collaboration," says Terence Reilly, chief marketing officer, Crocs. "We're thrilled to be chillin' with our Peeps this season in a bright and colorful clog that's sure to be our sweetest creation yet."

2D chick and bunny jibbitz charms are also available for individual purchase. Peeps x Crocs are available in blue, pink or yellow colorways in adult sizes, as well as yellow in children's sizes.

"We are so thrilled to be joining forces with Crocs to offer fans a stylish new way to express their Peepsonality," adds Caitlin Servian, brand manager, Peeps. "Each year our fans look forward to receiving our tasty marshmallow candies in their Easter baskets, and we continue to look for ways to help them enjoy their favorite treat in new and unique ways. Teaming up with likeminded brands such as Crocs brings the Peeps chick and bunny to life like never before."

Peeps x Crocs are available at Crocs retail stores nationwide as well as online at and The line joins previous Crocs collaborations with brands such as KFC.

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