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Yes! My feet are very wide, but as the description states, they’ll need a break in period but it’s totally worth it! I’m very happy.
amazoner
· January 19, 2018
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Size 39 of the low heel clogs has a heel height of approximately 1 15/16".
Sandgrens Clogs LLC
Seller · September 17, 2018
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All of our clogs are made in Sweden.
Sandgrens Clogs LLC
Seller · January 8, 2018
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Our clogs are made in Sweden.
Sandgrens Clogs LLC
Seller · January 8, 2018
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I am not sure. I bought mine on Prime.
kd
· August 9, 2019
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They are indeed the real deal, and it is reflected in the price. Real leather, real wood. Seriously, “vegan leather”? ;-)
S. SloanTop Contributor: Knitting
· December 7, 2019
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Hello!

Generally speaking, most of our customers that have plantar fasciitis or arthritis tend to like the way a clog fits because it is more rigid than regular shoes which stabilizes the feet. … see more
Hello!

Generally speaking, most of our customers that have plantar fasciitis or arthritis tend to like the way a clog fits because it is more rigid than regular shoes which stabilizes the feet.

This would of course depend on how you walk.

This is why it can be difficult to say how and if our clogs will work for your feet.

The toe box area is not completely flat but has a slight rounding so that the clogs will roll comfortably when you walk (not sideways but front-back, if that makes sense).

Best,
Sandgrens see less
Hello!

Generally speaking, most of our customers that have plantar fasciitis or arthritis tend to like the way a clog fits because it is more rigid than regular shoes which stabilizes the feet.

This would of course depend on how you walk.

This is why it can be difficult to say how and if our clogs will work for your feet.

The toe box area is not completely flat but has a slight rounding so that the clogs will roll comfortably when you walk (not sideways but front-back, if that makes sense).

Best,
Sandgrens

Sandgrens Clogs LLC
Seller · October 29, 2018
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Absolutely Real. If you get clogs that are seconds, they better be marked as such, or complain to Amazon
S. SloanTop Contributor: Knitting
· December 9, 2019
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No I could not wear with socks so I recommend to get bigger size , I wear size 71/2 then 8 would be better. Because it fits exactly your feet. You need to break to be softened. The style looks good but not to stand for long
patricia
· June 3, 2019
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There’s no ice where I live, but they are true quality and not in the usual style. They have a ribbed/neoprene type sole, so they are probably as stable as you can get short of hob-nailed, glacier climbing snow clogs. We don’t have real winter in California, but I’m pretty sure the Swedes do. You definitely get what y… see more There’s no ice where I live, but they are true quality and not in the usual style. They have a ribbed/neoprene type sole, so they are probably as stable as you can get short of hob-nailed, glacier climbing snow clogs. We don’t have real winter in California, but I’m pretty sure the Swedes do. You definitely get what you pay for. see less There’s no ice where I live, but they are true quality and not in the usual style. They have a ribbed/neoprene type sole, so they are probably as stable as you can get short of hob-nailed, glacier climbing snow clogs. We don’t have real winter in California, but I’m pretty sure the Swedes do. You definitely get what you pay for.
ChristineG
· December 8, 2018