Pokémon Crocs are hot stuff

Pokémon Crocs sound like a match made in heaven, and now all your Poképals can adorn your holey slip-ons wherever you want to take them

A pair of Pokemon Crocs (basically plastic clogs with holes in them). They both have various Pikachu sprites and a red and yellow gradient.

Uh oh! A new thing I can spend my money on, that shouldn’t be good news. But it sure is to my eye. As Pokémon’s latest collaboration is with the infamous shoes-with-holes-in manufacturer Crocs. Now, I don’t normally like this sort of thing, but crikey, they look absolutely excellent.

Okay, so Pokémon Crocs are also a little silly – they do look like something only 12-year-olds could pull off. Still, picture this: you’re lying down in Lloret de Mar on a sun lounger, mojito in hand, and everything’s perfect. But no one’s looking at you. So, you swing your legs off the lounger and into a pair of these bad boys. Suddenly, all eyes on you, baby (probably).

Anyway, all this fancy footwear also has names too! As the Pokémon company themselves announced: “Introducing the Energy Style Classic Pokémon Clog with Pikachu’s electrifying expressions, the Classic Pokémon Clog II with fan-favourite Pokémon, and more! Which will you choose, Trainers?” I think I’m choosing more, for now, as the Crocs website only has the two named ones available at the time of writing.

Where can I buy Pokémon Crocs?

To buy Pokémon Crocs, just head to the Crocs website and search for Pokémon. That simple. Oh, and also have some money because unless you’re buying for a toddler, these bad boys are gonna cost you $59.99 / £54.99. Crikey.

The Pokémon and Crocs logo above a pair of Crocs (basically plastic clogs with holes in them). The left one has various Pikachu sprites and a red and yellow gradient. On the right is a white croc with various different sprites of charizard, bulbasaur, and pikachu.

Anyway, Pokémon Crocs have triggered enough nonsense out of me. Check out our Pokémon Scarlet and Violet gym leaders guide and see if you can spy what sort of footwear they’re all wearing.