Jibbitz Letter C ; Letter Charm for Crocs Clogs
Plastic letter "C" made by Jibbitz, a company owned by Crocs brand shoes. The letter is on a white base with rubber white "O" outlined in grey and black. There is a black plastic post attached to the back that clips into holes on top of Crocs. There is a clear plastic product tag attached to the back post with a barcode and product description.
The charms are part of a set with a pair of Unisex (men's size 6 / women's size 8) Crocs Bayaband left clog. The dark blue clog is a combination of two Croc clog styles: the Baya and Crocband. The Bayabands have a series of ventilation holes through the vamp. The clog has a pivoting heel strap with an image of a crocodile on black plastic hinges on each side. "Crocs" is in raised relief on the back of heel strap. The midsole is white with a red stripe through the center and "crocs" written on the proper left side. The clogs are attached to their original black, plastic hanging hook. The clog is constructed out of Croc original Croslite foam. The original tag with product and manufacturer information is still attached to top of clog.
Purchased by History Colorado staff as a representative for a Colorado business, 2019.,
Jibbitz is a line of fashion accessories for Crocs foam shoe line. The company, based in Boulder, Colorado, was acquired by Crocs in December 2006 for $20 million. In October 2006, Crocs Inc. purchased Jibbitz, a manufacturer of accessories that snap into the holes in Crocs shoes. Jibbitz is a company founded by Rich and Sheri Schmelzer in 2005 to create decorative attachments for the holes in Crocs sandals. These include designs mainly aimed at children featuring Disney characters. ,
Crocs, Inc. is an American company, based in Niwot, Colorado, that is the distributor, and onetime manufacturer, of their internationally known foam clogs.
Crocs was founded by Lyndon "Duke" Hanson, and George Boedecker, Jr. In 2002, the pair acquired a foam clog design from a company called Foam Creations, originally developed as a boating shoe. Crocs purchased Foam Creations and their manufacturing operations to secure exclusive rights to a foam resin called Croslite. This material, used to mold Crocs, is a foamable ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA).
According to the Crocs website, the company has since sold over 600 million pairs of shoes, are sold in over 90 countries, and have over $1 billion in annual sales, making it one of the world’s 10 largest non-athletic footwear brands (2019).
Crocs Cares is a philanthropy division of Crocs, Inc. They are an Alpine Partner, performing construction and maintenance work on trails in Colorado at least once per year.
Printed, back of post: © '17 Jibbitz / WARNING / CHOKING HAZARD - Small Parts / Not for Children Under 3 yrs / Made in China / Patent Pending
Product tag, attached to back post: SAP Material : 10007008 / Jibbitz Letter C / [barcode]
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