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Fishing lure pop-art. Sza posing in natural setting wearing Wood Print Clogs on hands, and Wood Print Slides on Feet.
Sza posing in natural setting wearing Wood Print Clogs on hands, and Wood Print Slides on Feet.
Illustration of Wood Print Slides with Assorted Jibbitz. Illustration of Wood Print Slides with Assorted Jibbitz. Illustration of Wood Print Slides with Assorted Jibbitz. Lettered tiles organized to read SZA vertically

A Comfortable Mind Deserves Comfortable Shoes.

Sza and Crocs are coming together with social advocates (Sza’s Superheroes!) to bring attention to mental health and self-care. Mental Health Month is the perfect time to partner up, and Crocs is proud to provide a monetary donation to the chosen charities of those individuals involved. Take care of yourselves and if you ever need support, know there are resources for you to get help!

SZA's Super Friends Illustration

Sza’s Superhero Friends.

We partnered with 3 people that advocate for Black mental health and positive change in their own community and across the world. Crocs donated to three organizations of their choosing that provide and/or fund mental health support to individuals in need.

SZA's Super Friends Illustration

Sage Adams.

They/She.
Illustration of Sage Adams

Adams is a Brooklyn artist that got their start on Tumblr as a young Black person blogging about politics, art, and boy bands. Sage is a passionate learner, a staunch advocate for Black mental health, and absolutely determined to make sure the next generation has access to art and its joys.

@sageaflocka.

We are proud to support the nonprofit organizations picked by Sage. Check out what they are about:

sadgirlsclub.org.

Yaris Sanchez.

She/Her.
Illustration of Yaris Sanchez

A native of The Dominican Republic, raised in New York City and a proud mother of one, Yaris Sanchez’s journey represents how anyone can be a catalyst for positive change. She encourages young women to be their most authentic selves while challenging societal norms.

@yaris_sanchez.

We are proud to support the nonprofit organizations picked by Yaris. Check out what they are about:

sadgirlsclub.org.

Sage Adams.

They/She.
Illustration of Sage Adams

Adams is a Brooklyn artist that got their start on Tumblr as a young Black person blogging about politics, art, and boy bands. Sage is a passionate learner, a staunch advocate for Black mental health, and absolutely determined to make sure the next generation has access to art and its joys.

@sageaflocka.

We are proud to support the nonprofit organizations picked by Sage. Check out what they are about:

sadgirlsclub.org.

Donté Colley.

He/Him.
Illustration of Sage Adams

Donté Colley is a Multimedia Artist and Motion Designer. He creates meaningful conversation through digital mediums by fusing his passion for dance, fashion, digital art and design. Utilizing love as an impetus for change, he challenges the status quo through authentic and unapologetic self-expression.

@donte.colley.

We are proud to support the nonprofit organizations picked by Donté. Check out what they are about:

borislhensonfoundation.org.
Leaf pop-art.

The Power of Art.

We wanted to celebrate the release of our new Sza X Crocs shoes by working with a fabulous artist who could bring vibrancy and fun to the drop.

Illustration of Mia Saine. Illustration of Mia Saine. Mia Saine. They/Them.

Mia Saine is a talented illustrator and artist from Memphis, Tennessee. They create distinctive digital art that brings together bold colors and messages of empowerment in a unique and inspiring way. We sat down with them to learn more about their passion for art, activism, and the insightful ways we can all look at the world around us.

@heymiasaine.

We are proud to support the nonprofit organizations picked by Mia. Check out what they are about:

mshmemphis.org. Checkered Flag pop-art.
Mia Saine

Sza says what? We wanted to chat with Sza about the collaboration with Crocs, her inspiration for the shoes, and why mental health awareness matters.

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