A Note About Fit
There should be a pinky sized gap between heel and back of clog, and plenty of room in toe box area. The instep will be the snuggest part of shoe and your heel should lift up slightly out of the shoe as you walk.
For half-sizes, we recommend sizing up to the next size.
USA Size Conversion
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Introducing our first safety-sneaker! With Sanita's longstanding knowledge of safety and work footwear, we've created the Concave, a lightweight, adjustable sneaker featuring a black textile upper, slip- and oil-resistant EVA outsole, a shock-absorbing heel and a removable footbed. EN ISO20347.
Special Features: AdjustableAdjustableFeaturing an adjustable buckle or hook-and-loop closure to modify the fit. Certified Slip-ResistantCertified Slip-ResistantFeaturing an ASMT-certified slip-resistant outsole. Closed-BackClosed-BackThe traditional clog design to hold your feet in place. Removeable FootbedRemoveable FootbedFeaturing a footbed that can be removed and replaced by an orthotic or insert of choice. VeganVeganMade from exclusively vegan materials.
Upper Material: Textile
Heel Height: 3.5 cm
I work in pet care and am on my feet 8+ hours a day. We are running around on floors that are wet with water, pee, and/or chemicals. I was struggling to find a shoe that was both non-slip and really comfortable. I used to wear hiking shoes that were non-slip but they weren't comfy and I was changing into comfy slippers immediately after each shift. Since I've switched to these sneakers, I never feel the aching from being on my feet all day that I used to. And I never have to worry about slipping while I'm running around with the dogs. Seriously, not one slip in these shoes. Highly highly recommend!!
Concave Unisex in Black
These green sneakers are pretty fun for work or play. The soles are terrific, they are light weight, they breathe. Most/All ? of the arch support comes from the insole. Each of the insoles in the pair of shoes I received are made of two pieces seemingly crudely stitched together Frankenstein style - The portion that the ball of your foot & toes touches feels bumpy underneath (part of the breathe-ability?) But the stitching that goes across the width of the insole feels horrid if you wear thin socks. The tongues of the shoes do that thing where they slide off to one side as the day goes on . They are comfortable inspite of this but I'll look forward to v2 of these.