In the latest footwear collaboration, Crocs (CROX) has teamed up with Latin rapper Bad Bunny to launch a pair of fashionable clogs.

The Crocs come in white and green and are glow-in-the-dark. They have a series of Jibbitz charms that feature a glowing galaxy with stars, flames, signature Bad Bunny logo, planets, and more. The glow-in-the-dark Jibbitz charms are reminiscent of galaxy stars that lit up many children’s bedrooms in the 90s.

The Jibbitz charms are inspired by Bad Bunny’s “YHLQMDLG” album, which translates into “I Do Whatever I Want.” The album features 20 songs, including “Si Veo a Tu Mamá,” “La Difíci,” and “Pero Ya No.”

"I believe in being honest and not limiting myself, which is also something that represents Crocs, and this is the message that I always want to be sure to send to my fans," Bad Bunny, real name Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio, said in an official statement obtained by Billboard. “As a longtime fan, creating my own design for Crocs was really fun. I hope to inspire others to have fun in their own ways with the personal style that makes them happy. ”


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The Crocs clogs also have a logo-embossed heel and yellow enamel pieces attaching the backstraps. The shoes are selling for $60, Billboard said.

To purchase the Bad Bunny x Crocs clogs, customers will need to shop on the Crocs website at noon EST on Tuesday. Crocs said supplies are limited.

Back in July, Crocs teamed up with KFC to launch a pair of clogs that featured a fried-chicken pattern. The clogs also included two Jibbitz fried chicken drumstick charms and sold for $60.

Shares of Crocs were trading at $42.03 as of 9:35 a.m. EDT, up 4 cents or 0.10%.

Crocs are pictured on display in a midtown New York City shoe store on Feb. 21, 2007. Timothy A. Clary/Getty Images