Kitty Clogs - Klassisk Clog in Onyx
Kitty Clogs Sweden
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- Kitty Clogs - Klassisk Clog in Onyx
- "KLASSISK” Swedish [adj] “classic”
- The original and best, Kitty Clogs classic-style Swedish clog is made in the same way it has been for hundreds of years. This traditional style is still a best-seller today and a firm Kitty favourite. Versatile and easy to wear, the comfortable Low Klassisk looks great worn with or without socks all year round. The best-selling Onyx leather is a classic black that wears beautifully over time. This is a wardrobe staple.
- Kitty Clogs Low Klassisk clog has stapled leather uppers with a rounded toe and open back. The dark Alder wood base has a low 30mm heel. All of the wooden bases are ergonomically shaped inside and out for comfort and have a rubber grip on the sole. With time and wear both the leather and wooden base will soften and begin to mould to the shape of your foot.
- Handmade in Sweden
- FIT - The fit of this style is true to size in length and ideal for regular - slightly wider foot widths.
- The fit and feel of each clog style varies. If you have a wider or narrower foot it may be that certain styles are better suited to you. Please bear this in mind and refer to the measurements and information in the carefully before ordering.
- LOW HEEL BASE 30mm / fit is generally true to size
- WEARING IN YOUR CLOGS - Remember that the leather, suede or nubuck uppers of your clogs may take a little time to break in, as with most new shoes. With time and wear the leather will soften and mold to your foot. Unlike with other shoes, a wooden clog base does not bend as you walk and so your heel will lift as you walk. With time and wear the wood will also soften and mould to your foot.
- Your foot should fill the full length of the clog. If the width of your foot is slightly wider than that of the size that matches your length then you can go up a size. Measure your feet across the widest part of the ball of your foot and from toe to heel then compare to the measurements of the wooden bases in the chart (in the photos).
- We recommend measuring your feet whilst standing to get the most accurate measurement as your feet change shape when you put weight on them. Drawing around your foot or standing on a ruler is a good trick!