Post Malone donates 10,000 pairs of Crocs to frontline workers

David Matthews, New York Daily News


Post Malone announced this week he’d be donating 10,000 pairs of his Duet Max Clog II Crocs to frontline workers at 70 hospitals across the country.

The Grammy-nominated, heavily tattooed artist is working with Musicians on Call, a charity that brings music to healthcare facilities, to deliver the shoes.

“As a special early #FrontlineValentines gift, we teamed up with @postmalone and @crocs, to offer our hospital partners nationwide a gesture of gratitude with extra comfort!,” Musicians on Call captioned an Instagram photo of some health care workers holding their new kicks. “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!”

The comfy shoes, the fifth co-branded effort between Post Malone, 25, and Crocs, were released in December and sold out within a day.

Post Malone has given out free shoes before. In December 2019, he surprised staffers at a Texas fast food chain he worked at as a teen with an earlier iteration of his Crocs creations.

“So grateful for @PostMalone & @Crocs support so @musiciansoncall can provide frontline caregivers with some fresh kicks to show our love for all they do,” Pete Griffin, the president and CEO of Musicians on Call, wrote on Twitter.