HOUSTON – Foam footwear is literally being elevated as a high-heel version of Crocs were released this week.
Black, platinum/wild orchid, and leopard high-heels of the Cyprus V heel can be found on Amazon. They range in price from about $30 to $224.
The shoes, popularized in the early 2000s, appear to be having a moment since the high heels were rolled out. But not everyone was enchanted by the footwear.
Here are some of the best reactions KPRC2 found on social media:
babe, put on the good crocs, we’re going out tonight https://t.co/W1wa162FR8— David DeWeil (@daviddeweil) July 17, 2018
I need a well-developed essay explaining to me when and where high-heel crocs are acceptable footwear and I need it now. pic.twitter.com/7UMDu9Uelo— Adam Grelecki 🤙🏼 (@Adam_Grelecki) July 17, 2018
Just Incase anyone wants to look ridiculous, they make high heel crocs now, you’re welcome.— 🖤Ashley (@ATwistedSis) July 12, 2018
Aesthetics aside, these crocs are the healthier version of whatever high heel shoes most women are wearing. Technically speaking, they aren't even high heel, they are mid heel. Mid and low heels are okay.— Georgiana (@PorgyGeorgy) July 15, 2018
These aren't healthy. ⬇️
(1st is panful; 2nd is painful & ugly) 😊 pic.twitter.com/R0xx6iZsto
Ya'll looking for girls rocking some yeezy's or bball shoes. I'm still looking for someone who'd wear a high heel crocs pic.twitter.com/wVEOhaJ9ER— Future Tubero (@JonatWutWut) July 13, 2018
Just heard this world has produced/released “high heel crocs” I’m out. 🙄🤦🏻♂️— Luke Friend (@LukeFriendMusic) July 13, 2018
High heel Crocs exist now.— Sebastien Plante (@analog_bunny) July 14, 2018
Burn it. Burn it all down. All of it. pic.twitter.com/oNo6x3SAZ3
Still can’t believe high heel Crocs exist.☠️— 🆃🆁🆄🅳🆈 (@thetrudz) July 15, 2018