Latin music star Bad Bunny and Crocs joined forces to release glow-in-in-the dark clogs

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Bad Bunny’s glow-in-the-dark Crocs go on sale today: Latin music star Bad Bunny and Crocs joined forces to release glow-in-in-the dark clogs, which go on sale Sept. 29 at noon ET.

The limited-edition white shoes are accompanied by Jibbitz charms, including the singer’s logo, stars, a planet, a fire and a human figure holding a sign that says “Warning: Perreo Zone” in Spanish. The pair is going for $60, according to HYPEBEAST.

Crocs could not be immediately reached for comment.

The launch at 12 p.m. ET comes just in time for Halloween and exactly seven months after Bad Bunny, who’s real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, released his second solo album YHLQMDLG.

The Puerto Rican singer recently performed atop a bus driving through the streets of New York to honor essential workers and celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month.

In the spirit of Halloween, Crocs also collaborated with Disney to release the new Mickey Mouse Halloween Crocs, on sale for $54.99.

Heidi Cooley, Crocs’ head of global marketing, added: “We love it when we have the opportunity to partner with individuals like Bad Bunny who have a genuine connection to the brand and embody our ‘Come As You Are’ mantra.

“Inspired by his unapologetic attitude and daring style, Bad Bunny’s Classic Clog will stand out during the day and excite at night with an eye-catching, glow in the dark twist.”

Cooley said in a press release: “Together with the Croc Day celebration, we have turned the month into a full-blown, fan-forward holiday. We will encourage our fans to have fun and be bold because if you’re a Crocs fan, all other holidays pale in comparison to Croctober.”

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