The first modular Crocs concept store in the Philippines has opened in Estancia Mall, Metro Manila.
Despite the “enhanced community quarantine” being implemented across Luzon, it didn’t stop the casual footwear brand from opening its 63rd store in the country.
The 85.5sqm Crocs concept store showcases the classic collection of Crocs such as clogs, slides, and flips with their Jibbitz accessories.
Literide Collection which is the bestseller is also available in the latest spring/summer 2020.
On its website, Crocs Philippines says it will operate a skeletal workforce which started on March 17 after Metro Manila was put into enhanced community quarantine.
Crocs will continue to offer a delivery service however, but customers have been warned that there might be delays in some areas where travel has been suspended due to the government’s move in fighting the spread of coronavirus.
Crocs was founded in 2002 by Lyndon “Duke” Hanson and George Boedecker Jr in the US producing foam clog shoes. The shoe was originally developed for boaties, but later evolved into more widespread use and even for fashion.