I’ve already shown you this shearling-lined No. 6 clog, but it’s at the top of my list so I’m showing them to you again. Should I go for it?
These marshmallow-y clogs from Simon Miller are super-trendy at the moment and apparently super-comfy too. I think they might be a touch too crazy for me to pull the trigger on, but I’m really intrigued.
The braiding here is a nice, retroish touch; here’s a similar but cheaper pair.
The slingback on this one makes it more walkable, and I dig the look of it.
A navy shearling pair with wicked hardware.
And speaking of hardware, the horse bit business here reminds me of Gucci’s Amstel clog of several years ago, which is a shoe I am obsessed with.
This clog from Mia comes in a whopping nine colors and is pretty well-priced.
Here’s a good option for those of you who’d never consider a wood-soled shoe, because the sole here is synthetic and flexible.
I don’t know, why not a hot pink number?
I like the slightly conical heel here, and the stud details.
You could almost treat this embossed snakeskin pair as a neutral.
And finally: a really cool woven leather pair with a substaintial-but-not-towering heel.
AHHHHH Clogs! I have the Dansko Berry clog and they are the MOST COMFORTABLE SHOES EVER. This means a lot as I pretty much only wear flip-flops, tennies and Danskos….but even among Danskos these stand out. They are the perfect winter shoe (as you were talking about lately on the podcast).
I can’t get the non-wooden-sole clog link to work? It just takes me to an image.
I can confirm to Clogmasters fitted customers that Sven Clogs has your info on file – email [email protected] to confirm (and how to order your special size.) I’M SO EXCITED!! Now all I have to do is decide what to order.
These are all great, but what I really want to know is did you get the Clark wallaby boots from a few weeks ago?
I love clogs and have very narrow feet. Any suggestions for clogs that either come in narrow or run narrow? Thanks!
Sven Clogs has a find my size thing where you trace your foot so they can size you – They carry many special sizes and make the clogs to order. There was a wonderful business (RIP Clogmasters) that specialized in fitting people properly and Sven has inherited all of their customer files – I have weird narrow, high arched feet and I’ve never had better fitted shoes of any kind. And they NEVER slip off or feel unstable. I wore them to Disneyland!
Here is the website: https://svensclogs.com/find-my-size/
Thanks so much for the info…I’ll definitely follow up.
I’ve never worn clogs but I’m intrigued. Do you wear socks with them? If so, how do you keep your feet from slipping around? If not, how do your feet stay warm when the entire back of your foot is exposed? They don’t seem practical, but so many people love them that I must be missing something.
Socks yes. Or no. They’re good either way. I wear bastard troentorp clogs year round. I stole a pair from my mom (she’d bought them in the late 70s) and wore tge in college (late 80s). At the time, they were more weird than cool bug I didn’t care. They’re addictive. Bastaads have a wood sole with a very thick rubber base—so a very solid support that also absorbs impact. They are not quite as stylish and varied as hasbeens, svens, etc. but they’re cool enough (they added an ankle boot version to their Line up a couple of years ago) and I wear them day after day. I love clogs.
You had to go and post the hot pink clogs!!!! Now I need another pair of clogs!!!
Right. I mean me-in-clogs-would-be-a-disaster But the THAT color! I might be down to take some risk.
LOVE!! Question for you ladies. Does anyone else have a hard time in clogs on uneven surfaces??I feel like I’m going to topple over or roll my ankle! Am I doing something wrong? Do I not have the right kind of clogs? Why am I so wobbly? LOL
I can’t navigate at all in clogs, i.e. not on even surfaces either. Full shoes or boots for me…
I can’t either – my ankles are too week. Would love to find something like the Birkenstock Bostons but more chic, with some good hardware but the same comfort level. Is that too much to ask?!
There’s a wedge version of the Bostons. I just bought them, haven’t worn them, but they seem comfortable.
Definitely beware of thick soled clogs as you age–my 80 yo mother loved her danskos until she lost her balance on an uneven surface and broke a few ribs.
Remember when Madeline Kahn sings in Young Frankenstein when she and the big guy have sex? That’s how I felt when I saw the hot pink clogs.
SO MANY HEARTS. I remember seeing this as a kid and NOT UNDERSTANDING what was happening.
I, too, am in the ‘love the look but know I would break a bone if I ever tried wearing them’ camp.
I rolled my ankle at least once a year when I wore Danskos, but I have worn wood-soled clogs for two decades now and don’t find them as unstable. That said, I don’t wear them for dog walks—between uneven surfaces and the possibility of stepping on the poor dog’s paw, they are impractical for that. They are more of a throw-on-to-run-errands shoe, and my heeled ones and clog boots are for when I go out.
The vegan leather marshmallow clog also comes in a lovely blue. They look fun. The sole is rubber.