Crocs, while it continues to make noise via its high-powered collaborations across fashion and culture, has also expanded its in-line launches to emphasize style as well. Earlier this year, the brand reissued the Quick Trail Low — a model from 2010 that leans into the outdoor-centric aesthetics that are prevalent today — and teamed up with Simone Rocha to include it in the designer’s project with the brand that launched (and subsequently flew off of shelves) this month.

Now, the Quick Trail Low serves as the focal point of a collaboration between Marmot and Crocs. The duo’s special rendition of the slip-on sees its Croslite upper start with black at its toe and then transition to a rich forest green from there. As for the mesh portion of its upper, which notably features a new loose-gauge mesh layer, a lavender hue covers it, complementing the shoe’s overlay that sports Crocs branding at the front and Marmot branding at the heel. Its uppermost layer notably features the model’s cord-based fastening system and opts to expose the black cable around the collar, pairing it with silver hardware.

Release for the Marmot x Crocs Quick Trail Low is set to take place exclusively in Asia. Launch events are scheduled to be held later this week in Japan and South Korea, with an online drop set for May 3 via Marmot stockists and Crocs Japan at a starting price of ¥18,150 JPY (approx. $115 USD).


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