KFC, the fast-food company partnered with Crocs to launched a limited-edition “Bucket Clog” during New York Fashion Week.
KFC has teamed up with Crocs, to make a shoe that looks like fried chicken leg. As the company made the announcement it took the social media by storm.
KFC tweeted a video of the shoe being fried in the kitchen with the caption, “Introducing the official Kentucky Fried Chicken licensed proprietary footwear made in collaboration with @crocs. Do not eat. Coming Spring 2020.”
The shoes come in two unisex versions – the Kentucky Fried Chicken x Crocs Bucket Clog, a sky-high, platform style, and the Kentucky Fried Chicken x Crocs Classic Clog, which features a low-to-the-ground sole. Both options have the iconic red-striping that resembles KFC’s chicken bucket and are topped with a print of the Colonel’s famous fried chicken.
The video, however, left people with tons of questions. Many couldn’t wrap there head around the KFC-inspired footwear. Some, however, wrote that they would love to try the shoes.
“I would want to punch someone wearing these. I wouldn’t, but I’d want to,” wrote a Twitter user. “These shoes should definitely be added to the “bucket” list,’ joked another. “This can’t be real. KFC is getting out of hand,” commented a third. “And here I thought that Crocs couldn’t come up with a design that was uglier than what they currently have,” wrote a fourth.
KFC Crocs.Every day we stray further from God’s light. https://t.co/apehUW3azT
— Daniel Holland (@DannyDutch) February 12, 2020
Burn it all…especially these KFC crocshttps://t.co/2mE1tL372q
— The Mary Sue (@TheMarySue) February 12, 2020
Nobody:Absolutely nobody:KFC & Crocs: pic.twitter.com/Kn2MUFOCPI
— Tom. (@tmac_416) February 13, 2020
KFC x Crocs collab, 2020 I want to log out right now… pic.twitter.com/FcUP6OBBUg
— Sam Quilter (@samquilter) February 13, 2020
Really? KFC crocs? WTF…!!! pic.twitter.com/cozil4raXf
— 🐜 Tonio® (@iTonio____) February 12, 2020
(With inputs from IANS)
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