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Cherry Blossom Trees Inspire the Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog "Kuwata"

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Adam Cheung
October 13, 2022

One of our favorite Pollex colorways of all time.

There's no doubt in anyone's mind that the Salehe Bembury x Crocs collab has completely changed the game for good. First revealed earlier this year, this was one of those partnerships that helped Crocs become the hyped brand that it is today. Whether you're a Pollex collector or you're searching for your very first pair, the Tribeca-born fashion icon has taken to Instagram to reveal an all-new colorway, dubbed the Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog "Kuwata."

Image credits: Salehe Bembury

Dipped in a salmon pink hue, the "Kuwata," which translates to "paddy field" in English, is inspired by Japan's famous cherry blossom trees. Crafted from a soft foam construction, the upper boasts a series of intricate curves and lines that fall in line with Bembury's signature fingerprint aesthetic. A contrast cap features around the front to prevent any scuffing around the toe box, and around the back, you'll find a redesigned strap that comes with proudly presented co-branded detailing.

Image credits: Salehe Bembury

The Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog "Kuwata" is scheduled to launch on October 22nd. One of our favorite Pollex colorways of all time, make sure you keep it locked on Ox Street to find out everything that you need to know and more. If you manage to take a L at the end of the month, don't worry, as it will be on our dedicated Crocs page very soon.

Salehe Bembury x Crocs Pollex Clog "Kuwata"
Image credits: Salehe Bembury
Adam is a writer and editor specializing in sneakers and style. Over the past few years, he's curated features and guides for fashion publications across the globe, winning multiple awards along the way. Often travelling between the UK and Hong Kong, don't be too surprised if you find Adam anywhere else around the world taking street photography or feasting on the local delicacies.