Rihanna's Puma creepers may be nearly impossible to find online (although the occasional return does show up), but they're not the only crepe-soled sneakers in the game. Puma makes a pretty similar platform that isn't part of its Fenty collab, and Steve Madden, Zara, and River Island have all turned out affordable versions of the creeper sneaker.
If creeper-sneakers feel too trendy, why not try something closer to the original? Underground and T.U.K. are two names to know when it comes to real-deal, '70s-style creepers, popularized by Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren at their iconic Let It Rock shop in London. Or you could go with a slightly streamlined version, like these navy Rebecca Minkoff oxfords or this grommet-lace style by Marc by Marc Jacobs.
Take a shoe synonymous with the '70s punk movement, combine it with a preppy staple, and you get...the loafer creeper. Coach took the hybrid one step further by turning it into a loafer creeper mule, but if that's too much to take in, Won Hundred, Vince, and T.U.K. all have slightly tamer iterations to pair with your ankle-cropped jeans.