Crocs first made their appearance on the market in 2002, originally designed as boating shoes, but worn for everyday use.
Nearly two decades later, the polarizing shoe is making a comeback. A company called Beams, which is headquartered out of Japan, has partnered with Crocs to revamp the shoe. The new style has added a fanny pack style wallet on the back, according to Footwear News.
The new shoes come in two colors, ultraviolet and tropical teal. They cost $53.
Another shoe style that's spawned from the Beams-Crocs duo is a traditional clog with visors over the toes.