Wearing Crocs already makes you a style king or high fashion queen, however what if there was a way to make them just a little spicier? This design allows the rear spoiler to clip into the heel strap and you’ll be flying past your friends with such aerodynamics that you’ll be a speed demon. The rumor has it that a rear spoiler adds extra 50 mph to your walking speed. The only negative would be potentially having the plastic rub up against the back of your foot the whole time, but when you look ready to race Vin Diesel in the first Fast And The Furious movie, who cares about heel blisters.. You can get various styles and colors on Amazon and Etsy, or print your own if you have a 3D printer.
While you might think these are stupid (and you could potentially be right) Crocs are making a big comeback from when they were much maligned. Croc profits have skyrocketed in recent years. Our appetite for the resin shoe du jour shows no sign of slowing down. This leads to a boom of various new accessories being produced. Such as Crocs spurs or Crocs balls we have previously featured on this extremely useful site.
If you have a 3D printer at home, you don’t have to spend money on this amazing speed-improving invention. You can download Crocs spoiler printer files for free. There are two parts, a mount and wing, that are printed separately and glued together to make one Crocs rear spoiler. If you don’t have a 3D printer, you might have a friend or someone who lives nearby who does. A quick google search where you live might bring up some community 3D printers you can use that are probably just collecting dust.
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