Our clogs feature a stable, heavy-duty polyurethane outsole with a rocker bottom. A PVC frame inside the clog provides additional support. The rocker bottom outsole limits the motion of the ankle and midfoot during walking, and helps the foot roll off with each step, relieving pressure and reducing force on the heel.
There should be a pinky-sized gap between your heel and the back of the clog. The snuggest fit should be across the instep, and the toe box should feel roomy. For slight fit adjustments, pinch or pull the adjustable heel cup or pull the clog apart slightly by the instep.
Your pair should fit comfortably right out of the box - if it does not fit comfortably during try-on, please contact our Customer Service team for assistance with finding a size or style that will work better for you. There should be no significant break-in period, and we cannot accept returns of worn shoes.
All of our shoes are handcrafted by cobblers in our factory, and due to the nature of this process, slight variations in fit between pairs and shoes can occur. Different uppers will also fit differently, as some have more flexibility. If you are unsure about which style will work best for you, please contact our Customer Service team for assistance.
Our shoes are approved by the APMA, the American Podiatric Medical Association.