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Bizarre food, sneaker combo is far from the first

Fried chicken and feet. What a great combo. 

The maker of polarizing footwear Crocs and the fried chicken chain KFC teamed up to create one of the most bizarre pairs of shoes the internet has ever seen.

Say hello to KFC X Crocs Bucket Clogs, a limited edition, low-to-the-ground pair of soles covered in a fried chicken print. The top of the shoe is made to look like perforated fried chicken. The bottom was designed to look like KFC’s iconic red and green chicken box. 

One iteration of the crispy Crocs comes with removable, chicken-scented Jibbitz charms so it can smell like the fried protein. The charms were designed to look like drumsticks.

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Fried Chicken x Crocs

“Put these on your bucket list,” Crocs says on its website. “These will make your dreams of wearing a bucket of chicken finally come true.

The KFC Crocs will be priced at $59.99. If want your feet to smell like greasy chicken, you can sign up at to be notified when the footwear is available in the spring.

In case you were wondering, Crocs warns that the shoes are “not for human consumption.” 

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