Clog Sandals
September 14, 2004 4:53 PM   Subscribe

I'm looking for men's clog sandals other than Dankso's 'Jonas'. {MI}

By clogs, I mean the Scandinavian type with stiff, possibly wood soles and leather (or pseudo-leather) uppers, e.g. Dansko or Troentorp/Bastad. Not-too-feminine women's models would be fine, but most are made only up to 42s and I need 43s or 44s.
posted by Utilitaritron to Shopping (9 answers total)
 
I have a pair of these Simple clogs in suede. They're the bomb.
posted by esch at 8:08 PM on September 14, 2004


I've liked all the Simple shoes I've owned but. . .

. . . I've got the covered-clog angle covered, so to speak. I'm looking for clog sandals. They're reasonably common in women's sizes, but alas my feet are too large.
posted by Utilitaritron at 8:53 PM on September 14, 2004


Some of these are more clog-gy than others, but this page from Nordstrom has lots of similar styled sandals. Note that this particular page is just their "classic" sandals, you might try looking in the other categories as well, they have a huge selection.
posted by rorycberger at 11:01 PM on September 14, 2004


There's quite a famous clog factory near me that'll make clogs to spec, but I'm guessing that you're looking for a supplier in the U.S. If all else fails, and you're happy to pay for the mail, then this may be an option.
posted by seanyboy at 9:51 AM on September 15, 2004


These are the best shoes in the world.
posted by szg8 at 11:45 AM on September 15, 2004


Oops...

I meant these
posted by szg8 at 11:45 AM on September 15, 2004


Maybe my favorite footwear ever is the Birkenstock Boston clog, which I've been wearing two days out of three since this March. In brown or black suede, it is chic enough for NYC--although I'm sure suitable for both hippie and tweedy lifestyles as well.
posted by armchairsocialist at 11:59 AM on September 15, 2004


Seanboy -- those look promising, thanks for the link.
posted by Utilitaritron at 12:43 PM on September 15, 2004


I second szg8's pick of Naots...if you know anyone in Israel who can buy you a pair it's a lot cheaper that way.
posted by terrortubby at 2:02 PM on September 17, 2004


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