Post Malone has donated 10,000 pairs of his long sold-out Crocs to front-line healthcare workers to help with their continued efforts in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Post Malone has always made waves by doing things a little differently. The rapper and singer/songwriter is known for his unique voice and blends of hip-hop, pop and R&B, and has done his part for the pandemic in his own way too.
Malone, paired with charity Musicians on Call (via US Magazine), announced that he and Crocs would be donating thousands of shoes from his currently sold-out line.
The Duet Max Clog II have been handed out to front-line workers across 70 hospitals across the United States.
In a post on Instagram, the charity said: ‘Caregivers and staff are receiving their very own pair of Post Malone’s fifth #pmxcrocs collaboration as a thank you for their brave work on the frontlines to keep our communities safe!’
Healthcare professionals can be seen holding up their new Crocs in the post as they begin being distributed to workers.
While 10,000 pairs of Crocs might appear to be a strange gift, the shoe is well-known for its comfort. This is sure to be invaluable to front-line workers on long-shifts on their feet.
This line of Crocs is the fifth collaboration between Malone and the footwear brand. Initially, they were released on December 8, 2020, but were sold out before many fans could get their hands on them.
It seems that enough were held back to support those who could get a lot of practical use out of the shoes. That’s great to see in a time of intense stress for medical workers.