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    LUKE COMBS X CROCS 2022 COLLABORATION RESELLING ON EBAY FOR OVER $200

    Luke Combs dropped his 2022 Croc collaboration today but with only a limited supply, lucky winners have hiked up the price on eBay.

    Country superstar Luke Combs has joined forces with the shoe brand for the fifth time since 2019’s version of the Classic Clog.

    Inspired by his fishing adventures, the crossover features Mossy Oak’s signature camo pattern with five exclusive Jibbitz charms and can be worn in the rain or sunshine.

    Members of Luke’s fan club, The Bootleggers, obtained access to a 24-hour presale for the new clogs on Monday (November 28, 2022), while regular customers entered a draw on Wednesday for a chance to purchase.

    As with every limited release, many walked away empty-handed, making it the perfect opportunity to resell the exclusive shoes on eBay. At the time of writing, they’ve tripled in price.

    INTRODUCING LUKE COMBS’ FISHING-THEMED CROCS 2022

    The CMA Entertainer Of The Year dropped news of his latest fashion venture on November 21, praising them as “straight gas” – that’s amazing, right?

    The comfortable and water-friendly clogs are perfect for your next fishing trip, or Luke’s next country concert. Boasting Mossy Oak’s iconic Greenleaf pattern, it’s a step up from the burgeoning Croc collection which previously dropped woodgrain-pattern slides.

    For the $70 price tag, it comes with five Jibbitz charms shaped like a fishing hook, bobber, reel, and more. Those can be purchased on the website now for $19.99.

    Those who entered the public draw on Wednesday, November 30, were notified upon successful selection, though many Twitter users were left disappointed.

    “When you enter both times and still don’t get the Crocs,” a defeated fan complained.

    One user, however, managed to win the shoes twice, despite rules limiting stock to one per person:

    LUKE COMBS’ CROCS RESELL FOR OVER $200

    Despite not yet receiving the Crocs yet, lucky winners have jumped straight onto resell sites to earn some serious profit.

    The lowest bids are currently at $61, which is less than the original price, but we predict it’s going to skyrocket to about $140 – the cost of several “Buy Now” prices.

    One eBay seller has even priced it at $299.99 plus $14.95 shipping, making it well over $300. Their profit would be three times the retail price.

    Luke probably does not condone this behavior.

    If you purchase from resellers, we suggest you ensure they provide a legitimate receipt and email of their successful draw to avoid scams.

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