Each of the shoe designs is available in four different finishes, including calf hair, full-grain leather and felt.
The collection marks the first time Birkenstock has invited an individual designer to collaborate on its Birkenstock Box project, which sees a pop-up space travel to different global cities, to allow the brand to work alongside selected retailers.
Previous locations visited by the brand include Berlin with retailer Andreas Murkudis, New York with Barneys and the Whitney Museum, and Milan with concept store 10 Corso Como.
For this edition of the Birkenstock Box, Owens has also rehauled the mobile structure, which is made from two shipping containers, stacked on top of one another.
The mobile space now features a white exterior and a neutral interior, which the designer based on his own store in New York.
Ahead of the collection's launch in April, the shipping containers will be placed in front of Owens' Los Angeles store, which opened in 2015 and features interiors inspired by the imagery of religious films.
As well as selling the new styles, it will stock a selection of Birkenstock's main lines, and furniture and accessories designed by Owens.
Owens launched his label in 1994, and showed his first catwalk collection in 2002. Aside from recently finishing a long-standing collaboration with Adidas, the fashion designer creates furniture pieces, some of which were exhibited at Sebastian+Barquet gallery in London in 2009.
Since the 1930s, Birkenstock has created orthopaedic footbeds by studying the anatomy of the foot and using natural materials and shape to stabilise it.