You Can Now Buy Realtree Crocs On Huckberry In All Their Camo Glory

Once upon a time, I lived to badmouth Crocs. I thought the idea of foam clogs was ridiculous – part sandals, part water shoe, part hiking boot. Their lack of identity frustrated me. I was a lost soul who didn’t get it. In jest, I wrote blog posts with titles like “Even Doctors Are Now Saying That Crocs Are Stupid And Bad For Your Health” and “Are These Guy Fieri-Style Flame Crocs The Hottest Party Shoes Of The Summer?

Boy was I wrong. Crocs rule, making one of the most impressive fashion comebacks staged in recent history.

Aging millennial elitists like myself have to eat a whole heaping platter of crow and take the L because it’s impossible not to notice Crocs everywhere these days: As the footwear of choice for staying comfy at the airport. As beach shoes. As boat shoes. As hacking around kicks for running errands.

They even have all-terrain sandals for life’s tactical moments and we can’t get enough of them.

Realtree Crocs

This brings us to a pair of Crocs designed for outdoorsmen everywhere: Realtree Crocs, lined to keep your feet cozy in the cold weather months. The Classic Lined Realtree Edge Clog comes in the classic Crocs no-slip design, with a foam footbed that gradually molds to the shape of your foot the more you wear them.

They’re light as a feather for easy transporting. Perfect for hanging around hunting camp or those early morning drives before lacing up the boats.

  • A cozy and versatile clog great for everything from around the campfire to coffee on the porch
  • Genuine Realtree Edge® camo pattern
  • Fully molded Croslite™ foam upper for all-day cushioning and support
  • Warm and fuzzy liner makes these great for cooler weather and indoor wear
  • Pivoting heel strap gives you a secure fit
  • Slides on easy and wears even easier thanks to the lightweight build
  • Ventilation ports for breathability and to shed water
  • Antimicrobial foam material resists odors and bacteria



Brandon Wenerd is BroBible's publisher, writing on this site since 2009. He writes about sports, music, men's fashion, outdoor gear, traveling, skiing, and epic adventures. Based in Los Angeles, he also enjoys interviewing athletes and entertainers. Proud Penn State alum, former New Yorker. Email: