Crocs are like Marmite - some people love them while others would rather walk barefoot forever.

Fans talk about how comfortable they are while critics just point and laugh if they spot someone wearing them.

Now Adidas has entered the mix - by releasing a pair of 'sport-inspired Clogs.'

The brand is well known among athletes and celebrities for its fashionable sportswear 

But some shoppers have been left less than impressed by their new range of rubber clogs.

The athletic versions of the comfy slip-ons are available in white and black and retail for around £35.

Many people were quick to mock the footwear - which bear an unfortunate similarity to Crocs.

One person tweeted: ".... ADIDAS CROCS LMAO."

Another added: "Idc but this is just a glorified croc with 3 stripes."

The shoes have come under fire online

A third joked: "Everyone is mad and I’m just here living amongst madness."

But there were some fans, with one person tweeting: "I might die if I don’t buy these," and another enthusiast tweeting: "Take my money."

Crocs have faced a wave of criticism throughout the years, with many people refusing to wear them.

But one person pointed out that this could show how they have been redeemed.

He tweeted: "I've said it before and I'll say it again: Crocs won."

A fellow fan agreed, replying: "As a proud member of the Crocs family. I can't hate."

But another person blasted: "Good lord I can't begin to explain how ugly these are."

On fashion website High Snobiety, reviewer Fabian Gosley wrote: "These are for the comfy, homebody sneakerhead that can’t get himself to buy Crocs."

The crocs are available online now here but you'll need to pay for postage from the United States.

Earlier this year, posh pink and black crocs with a silk scarf decoration went on sale for £225 at department store Liberty London.

And fast-food giant KFC released chicken-scented Crocs in February.

The special footwear, featuring KFC's iconic red and white stripes and topped with scented drumstick charms, went on sale in Spring.

Describing the controversial shoes, Andrea Zahumensky, the chief marketing officer of KFC US, said: "Combining the unmistakable look of our world-famous fried chicken and signature KFC bucket with the unparalleled comfort and style of Crocs, these shoes are what fried chicken footwear dreams are made of."