Crocs is releasing limited pairs of Space Jam: A New Legacy shoes

Space Jam: A New Legacy x Crocs Collection features two styles of foam clogs

Crocs is releasing limited pairs of Space Jam: A New Legacy shoes 16

In honor of the recent release of Space Jam: A New Legacy, Crocs is dropping a limited-edition shoe collection for both adults and kids based on the sports comedy movie.

Called Space Jam: A New Legacy x Crocs Collection, the special selection of foam clogs features two styles of All Terrain Crocs. One of the styles is black with the classic Tune Squad bullseye logo, while the other features a techy look that draws inspiration from the movie’s Warner Bros. Serververse. The collection also includes a pack of Jibbitz charms, including Bugs Bunny, Lola Bunny, Tweety, Daffy Duck, basketball, the Tune Squad name, and the Space Jam: A New Legacy title card.

Space Jam: A New Legacy x Crocs Collection

Space Jam: A New Legacy x Crocs Collection

 

Priced at $85 a pair, the shoes are set to go live at Crocs.com at 12 p.m. ET today. The foam clogs will also be available in select stores while supplies last. According to ComicBook.com, those stores include Foot Locker, Kids Foot Locker, Foot Locker Canada, Champs, and Footaction.

Directed by Malcolm D. Lee, Space Jam: A New Legacy is a combination of live-action, traditional hand-drawn animation, and 3D CGI effects. The film stars basketball player LeBron James as a fictionalized version of himself, along with Don Cheadle, Khris Davis, Sonequa Martin-Green, and Cedric Joe in live-action roles, and with Jeff Bergman, Eric Bauza, and Zendaya headlining the Looney Tunes voice cast.

Set in a shared Warner Bros. virtual space multiverse, Space Jam: A New Legacy follows James teaming up with the Looney Tunes to win a basketball match against digitized champions to rescue his son from a deceitful artificial intelligence. It was simultaneously released in U.S. theaters and on HBO Max on July 16th.

As of July 25th, Space Jam: A New Legacy has grossed $51.4 million in North America, and $42.6 million in other territories, for a worldwide total of $94 million.

Source: ComicBook.com