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The advantage of a wooden sole is the fact that it doesn't deform the plantar arch, maintaining the anatomical contour of the foot. Our clogs are sligthly larger than regular sizing, therefore make sure you measure your feet and find the right size for you in our size guide.
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At Woolville, clogs are one of the most popular products in our footwear category. Clogs are an excellent choice of footwear thanks to a number of great properties, such as the fact they last for a long time while being relatively inexpensive. Their durability is due to the excellent workmanship and the material used for the bottom part, which is made of high quality alder wood. At the bottom, the wood is covered with a hard rubber sole with a tread pattern. It cushions the impact and also makes the clogs resistant to slipping.
The upper part of the clogs is made of genuine, high quality leather. Clogs maintain the anatomical outline of the foot and do not deform the arches. Your feet will feel comfortable even after wearing them for hours and there will be no pain. Most importantly, 90 % of the materials used are purely natural.
Material: Cow leather hide, Alder, Rubber
Our clogs are slightly larger than regular shoe sizes, so before you buy, you need to measure your feet and compare the results with our size chart, which can be found here.
- Smooth (shiny) leather is easy to maintain. Use a soft brush to remove coarse dirt and wash the rest with water and a soft cloth.
- Brushed (fuzzy) leather is cleaned using a dry soft cloth, sponge, brush or special stain removal rubber.
Do not wash or soak leather shoes, the material may be damaged. If your shoes get wet or sweaty, you can put a dry cloth or crumpled paper in them after taking them off to draw the moisture out of the leather.
You can treat the leather with a protective product suitable for the type of leather. It helps protect the material from moisture and also makes cleaning the shoes easier.
Wood should not get unnecessarily wet, so clean with a dry cloth or soft brush. If the clogs do get wet, always allow them to dry well before storing.
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