Shares of Crocs Inc. (Nasdaq: CROCS US) soared as much as 15% to a record high after the footwear retailer said it expects its revenue to climb to more than $5 billion by 2026. Finally, stocks closed 8,47% higher at $149,38. Crocs, which analysts project will post sales of $2.27 billion this year, is forecasting an annual growth rate of more than 17% for the next four years. The company has seen its sales and stock skyrocket since the start of the pandemic, powered in part by high-profile collaborations with celebrities such as Justin Bieber and Bad Bunny. Stocks have gained 138% for 2021.