National Croc Day
Also known as
annually on October 23rd (since 2013)
Mr. Croc on September 20th, 2013
Crocs came onto the casual footwear scene in 2002, after being created in Boulder, Colorado, as a form of a boat shoe. Known for bringing comfort and style together, their coziness can be attributed to Croslite, a proprietary closed-cell foam resin. Over a billion Crocs are sold in over 90 countries each year. There are over 120 styles available for men, women, and children, with the signature shoe being the Classic Clog.
A fan of the shoes created National Croc Day and consumers picked up on it, eventually bringing it to the attention of Crocs, Inc., in 2017. The following year, Crocs released a limited edition gold-foiled Classic Clog on the day, which sold out within hours. In 2019, they partnered with Pizzaslime, a "premier streetwear brand," to create a glow-in-the-dark Classic Clog for the day. On National Croc Day, everyone is to wear Crocs. People show them off on social media, and National Croc Day parties are held. Crocs are so esteemed that the whole month of October has been dubbed Croctober.
How to Observe National Croc Day
Put on a pair of your Crocs or pick up some new ones to wear today. Check to see if a special pair is being released for the day. Show off your Crocs collection in photos and videos on social media, tagging them with the hashtags #NationalCrocDay or #CrocDay, and follow the Crocs Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.