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JJJJound is collaborating with everyone, including Crocs

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Anna Frattini

First with Salomon, then with Vans and Reebok, and now with Crocs. JJJJound is teaming up with a significant portion of the footwear world, and now, on Instagram, we can get a sneak peek of their latest collaboration with the famous plastic clog brand. Let’s take a look at the most interesting aspects of these partnerships and how JJJJound has grown over time.

Our favorite collaborations: Crocs and Reebok

In the past few hours, JJJJound has posted an image featuring Crocs with the design studio’s signature on the tongue of the classic white clog. This is one of many collaborations that not only show promise but are also expected to debut for the Fall/Winter 2023 season. In recent months, JJJJound has been busy working not only with Salomon for the XT-WINGS 2 but also with Vans and Reebok.

 
 
 
 
 
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The Reebok collaboration, released on August 24th, is particularly interesting, featuring the Club C Black in a sleek all-black design suitable for any occasion while still maintaining the recognizable silhouette of one of the most iconic sneakers of all time. As for the Crocs, it seems possible that there will be sizes available for children in the F/W 2023 collection. In other words, it’s an adventure in true JJJJound style, and we’ll have to wait a bit longer to discover more details.

What does JJJJound do?

JJJJound is a design studio with the aim of inspiring through various channels: from designing objects intended to stand the test of time to creating environments, always keeping the importance of the digital aspect in mind. The studio’s story began in 2006 with the goal of creating a moodboard focused on studying many timeless design models. Founder Justin Saunders transformed JJJJound into a brand in 2010, and all of his collaborations are characterized by a prominent minimalist component. We can only wait for the next collaboration.

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Written by Anna Frattini
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