Colossal King Crab

$89.00 / LB
$89.00 / LB
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Unit Price
SKU 3 LBS King crab

Best Crab Legs, Lowest Prices - $89/lb*
*Minimum 3 lbs

Best Sellers! 🔥Colossal King Crab: The King of Crabs 🦀

Discover the taste of Colossal King Crab—the unrivaled, largest, and most impressive crab in the world. Indulge in its unmatched flavor, exquisite quality, and tantalizing texture. As the most sought-after among the Colossal Crab species, seafood enthusiasts everywhere crave its delectable taste.

Perfectly suited for your next event, family gathering, or delightful meal with friends. These fully cooked, ready-to-eat Colossal King Crab legs make for mouthwatering appetizers or a stunning entrée that will captivate everyone's palate.

With low calories and tremendous flavor, you can enjoy guilt-free dining with a plate of Colossal King Crab legs and claws.

Treat your guests (and yourself) to an unforgettable experience that will leave everyone talking long after the meal is over.


Additional Information


1-1.6 lb per leg

Cooking Instructions Fully Cooked, Ready to Eat
Reheat Options
Steam, Boil, Oven, Air Fryer



How Many Colossal King Crab Legs Are In A Pound?

Typically, when it comes to Colossal King Crab legs you can expect to receive somewhere between 1 leg per pound. We recommend at least 2 Colossal King Crab legs per person to enjoy. 

How Big Do Colossal King Crabs Get?

Colossal King Crabs can grow to be quite large. On average, they have a leg span of around 6 to 9 feet (1.8 to 2.7 meters) and can weigh up to 10 to 24 pounds (4.5 to 11 kg). The size varies depending on the species.

What's the Best Way To Enjoy Colossal King Crab?

Colossal King Crab is often enjoyed on its own, simply dipped in melted butter, but it can also be used in a variety of dishes. Popular options include crab legs with garlic butter, crab bisque, crab cakes, and seafood pasta. 

Is Colossal King Crab Sustainable?

Yes, Colossal King Crab fisheries are closely managed by state and federal authorities to ensure sustainability. They set strict quotas, enforce size and gender limits, and regulate fishing seasons to protect the crab populations and their habitats.