Jibbitz – those little doodads you attach to the holes in your Crocs – are one of the hottest crazes right now worldwide. How hot are Jibbitz? Hot enough to incite incendiary buying among notoriously fad crazy Japanese teenagers and to help drive Crocs stock up over 400% this year.

Jibbitz are even spreading to young adults with NFL logo emblems becoming popular alongside kid favorites like Disney characters, flowers, jewels, animals, and best friends charms. For the uninitiated, here’s a picture of what Crocs and Jibbitz look like:

Jibbitz on Crocs picture

Here’s a Crocs stock chart to show just how powerful the Jibbitz craze has become. Think of Jibbitz as even more profitable than ringtones and you’re on the right track.

Crocs Stock chart rise from Jibbitz sales 

Mammoth Crocs

Another big profit driver for Crocs is the Mammoth crocs. These are so hot that people overseas are paying double and triple retail price for these fur-lined clogs. Americans are notoriously late getting into some of these worldwide crazes, but Mammoth clogs are gonna be huge in the States this fall. The Mammoth, a wool-lined clog, has tremendously exceeded order expectations and production capacity, with adult orders nearing 1 million pairs.

Here’s a picture of a pair of Crocs mammoth clogs in Khaki with an oatmeal-colored liner, so you can see what they look like:

Here’s where you can get a great deal right now on these super hot
Crocs Mammoth Clogs.

The ‘Mammoth’ slip-on features super soft, synthetic fur lining that’s both removable and washable. The roomy fit allows your feet to expand and bend naturally to reduce fatigue, so they’re great cool weather casual wear or even office shoes in wintertime.

If I were you, I’d buy every pair of wooly Mammoth clogs I could find and then sell them on eBay the month before Christmas. But it’s totally up to you….

So, now you know all about Crocs and Mammoth clogs and Jibbitz.