Our Greta Clogs are the perfect example of the quintessential Swedish clogs design. Low heel, varnished wooden sole, matching colour leather stitch, and an asymmetric nose making them a comfortable fit for both regular and wide feet. With evenly distributed arch support across the foot, the light weight of the wooden base makes for comfortable, elegant and versatile clogs. You can wear these with a pair of jeans or a midi dress.
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Clog Heels height: 5 cm
Fit: Regular to Wide
Upper: Dark blue nubuck leather
Nose: Asymmetric Swedish clogs design
Wood: Varnished beechwood
Footbed: Natural stained & polished beechwood for excellent moist absorption
Comfort: Anatomically constructed footbed with arch support
The Clog Appeal
Clogs have anatomically constructed footbed with arch support making them very comfortable. Also, the wood that is used in their making is very light, making them easy wear all day. Clogs were traditionally the go-to footwear of choice for medical professionals such as doctors, nurses and dentists. To this day, nurses use theatre clogs in operating rooms and clogs have also become popular with teachers. In short, anyone who spends a whole day on their feet, loves clogs. Hence the popularity of nursing clogs, theatre clogs, garden clogs, chef clogs and perhaps teacher clogs will one day become a thing too.
Long considered the footwear of choice for busy mums and digital creatives — clogs have made a solid comeback a few years ago. In the last two years, though, it became impossible to ignore that clogs were on the feet of, well, everyone you know and all over Instagram (#cloglife #loveofclogs)
Traditionally, the clog heel is low, so it could easily be a shoe to wear everyday. Clogs can be worn with jeans and a white shirt or a brightly-coloured summer dress. There is real craft put into creating this classic footwear. They are handmade using natural and sustainable products, and they can last for decades. Just ask your grandmother if she still has a pair in her wardrobe.