Crocs and Levi's have tapped Proleta Re Art, a Japanese designer specializing in unique pieces made from recycled denim, to release a super-limited All-Terrain Clog collection.
The collection features just 60 pairs of Crocs, covered in White Oak denim sourced from the Levi's archives. White Oak denim was produced at the Cone Mills factory of the same name in North Carolina. The company has worked with Levi's since 1915, when a deal known as the "Golden Handshake" was signed for the exclusive production of Levi's 501 jeans.
White Oak wild denim has been and remains the gold standard for denim. Much to the dismay of denim lovers, White Oak closed in 2017 as the last denim mill in the United States.
Proleta Re Art handcrafted the denim panels that line the top of the All-Terrain Clogs, which feature a unique paisley print in an original color mix.
It will be difficult to purchase a parka of All-Terrain Clogs Crocs, since the shoes were produced exclusively for promotional purposes. Only people close to the owners of the brand can become happy owners of rare clogs. In a less limited edition, the Levi's X Crocs "Shashiko" versatile clogs will be released without Proleta Re Art. Their release is scheduled for September.