A Dream Come True: Crocs With Attachable Fanny Packs The company that makes Crocs is teaming up with a Japanese clothing brand to create stylish additions that you can attach to the ankle strap. The combo units are being sold for $53.
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A Dream Come True: Crocs With Attachable Fanny Packs

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A Dream Come True: Crocs With Attachable Fanny Packs

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DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Crocs and fanny packs - some would say they're the ultimate accessories - right? - or maybe the ultimate butt of jokes. But imagine Crocs with fanny packs - like, together. Crocs is teaming up with a Japanese clothing brand to create stylishly bizarre additions you can attach to the ankle strap. The combo units are being sold for 53 bucks, just in case you want to walk comfortably and carry your keys and your credit cards in a foot fanny pack.

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