There are a few trends that have been making the rounds on the social media lately, and it's no surprise that the Crocs shoe is no exception. In June, Justin Bieber released a Crocs line that received more than 70,000 likes. The cropped footwear also coincides with the rise of dad-core. As part of the crunchier backpacking aesthetic, the shoes are fitting for the upcoming summer season. The dinosaur Crocs are made of 100% patented Croslite, which makes them durable, breathable, and lightweight, while still providing trademark comfort. The brand sells a wide variety of sizes, from toddlers to little kids aged one to eight years. These shoes are perfect for casual days out with the family or for swimming, as they are made of waterproof material. Besides being versatile and comfortable, they are also comfortable for long walks and long trips. Another trend that has taken the cherry Crocs to the next level is the light-up version. These are similar to light-up shoes and light up when a foot stomps on them. These dinosaur crocs are extremely popular among children, as the light shows up when the foot steps on them. During the pandemic, comfort became a priority. As a result, the fashion industry has finally caught up to Crocs. The official dinosaur crocs are a great way to make a big impact on a daycare program or preschool graduation. They're very functional, durable, and a good value for the price. The price tag on these sneakers is reasonable, as they can be easily cleaned with soap and water. However, a few precautions should be observed when cleaning them. First, they should never be washed or placed in the dishwasher. This prevents the lining from fading. Second, they shouldn't be exposed to extreme temperatures. Thirdly, dinosaur crocs can warp over time if exposed to extreme heat or sunlight.