When it comes to Crocs, a cowboy boot edition of the classic shoe may not sound too out of the ordinary considering past releases by the brand.
However, the cowboy boot Crocs are sadly not a real thing. The concept first went viral across social media last year as a spoof picture was shared by Busch Beer.
This week saw the picture resurface online but, unfortunately, a year on they still don’t exist.
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Busch Beer trolls customers with cowboy boot Crocs pic
Crocs have come out with some unique-looking styles of its classic clog over the years – who could forget the Balenciaga x Crocs heels?
Last year beer brand Busch teased customers on Twitter with a croc design of its own as it shared a mock-up photo of a pair of clog cowboy boots. The spoof picture saw the classic Croc shoe transformed from a clog to a boot with cowboy-esque details.
Of course, Busch styled out the hypothetical boots with some themed charms, aka Jibbitz, which included a couple of Busch Beer cans as well as the phrase “Bad Day To Be A Busch Light”.
Despite the quirky designs Croc has released in the past, the cowboy boot Crocs are sadly not real.
While the cowboy boot-style shoe isn’t a thing, the beer brand wished it was and Busch followed up the picture with a second tweet that read: “@Crocs if only…”
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Busch crocs picture resurfaces
Almost a year on from Busch’s tweet, the spoof picture of cowboy boot Crocs has taken the internet by storm once again.
This week the image gained popularity on Facebook following a post by Oddity Mall, which claimed the boots were real.
While the cowboy boot Crocs still don’t exist in real life a year on, the post went viral across the social media platform with more than 12,000 likes and 17,000 shares.
However, this TikTok user certainly doesn’t seem thrilled at the concept of cowboy boot clogs: