Eco Clogs are Planting Trees
2% of all Eco Clog sales are donated annually to the Arbor Day Foundation in support of reforestation efforts. Each pair sold will plant trees in forests of greatest need. Thank you for your support!
Men's Eco Clog
The Eco Clog is made with special heritage wools sourced from small farms practicing sustainable and cruelty-free farming. The wool is minimally processed and contains no dyes. Alpaca is lanolin free. Please note, because this wool is un-dyed, color variations may occur based on the colors of the sheep each season. As such, colors received may not exactly match photos. See features and sizing details below.
Fit Notes: Medium/Unisex width. Please refer to size chart before ordering.
Features & Benefits
● 100% wool upper is fully wool lined and dye-free
● Vegan leather brand label
● Expertly felted smooth, seamless upper
● Shaped cork & latex support sole is fully sustainable
● Structured arch and metatarsal support
● Cushioning with medium level firmness, lightweight
● Textured rubber outsole
Designed for indoor & outdoor wear
● 1” heel rise & ¾ inch toe platform
● Podiatrist recommended
● Product of Austria
Fall in Love with Eco
The Eco Clog is sustainably sourced and responsibly produced. Handmade in our private, carbon neutral, low-waste facility in Tirol, Austria, this shoe represents over 120 years of craftsmanship and environmental stewardship. Sourced from local wool collectives and small farms, this clog financially supports important heritage breeds and their dedicated farmers. The wool in this clog has been washed and remains natural with no added coloring. Matched with a fully sustainable, natural cork/latex footbed, it offers exquisite comfort in what may be the most eco-conscious clog ever produced.
The Tirolean Stonesheep (Tiroler Steinschaf) is one of the oldest existing sheep species on earth. These sheep have been bred on remote mountain farms for centuries in Tirol for their meat, milk, and wool. Their wool was in high demand especially in the 20th century to produce loden cloth. Today, the Tirolean Stonesheep is a rare species. The estimated Austrian population is around 4,000 sheep, and 14,000 worldwide.This clog is part of our Species Preservation Initiative and helps support this rare breed.
Shetland sheep are native to the Shetland Islands in Scotland. The breed traces its roots to the ancient Nordic heather sheep and has been recorded in history since the Stone Age. The wool of the Shetland Sheep is very high quality with a high level of elasticity. Once a year, in the springtime, the sheep shed their wool. At that time the wool can be easily loosened and detached without shearing, but rather by picking it.This clog is part of our Species Preservation Initiative and helps support this rare breed.
The Juraschaf is native to Switzerland and spends most of its life in the Alps. The breed is popular in Switzerland and its wool is in high demand for its high quality, dark color and fine fiber structure. It is well known for its ability to thrive in tough alpine conditions. Due to its consistent fleece color, Juraschaf wool is rarely dyed or colored. Raw wool ranges from dark brown to completely black. When blended for our clogs, it produces a rich, deep espresso brown. Juraschaf wool is soft and fine, with all the wonderful natural insulating properties of alpine sheep wool.This clog is part of our Species Preservation Initiative and helps support this rare breed.
Alpaca is a well-known wool producer and is raised all around the world. The wool we use is from the Peruvian Alpaca, which is native to the Andes in South America. Their wool is highly prized for being softer and silkier than cashmere, yet very durable and warm. Our wool is called "baby alpaca" and is sourced from a Fair Trade Certified & Cruelty Free Collective. "Baby Alpaca" does not refer to the age of the alpaca, but rather the grade of the wool - Baby being the finest and softest.
This site states that the US size 12 is equivalent to EU 45.5. I tried that but the clogs are a bit too small and tight around the forefoot. I ask Stegmann, why not make the EU 46 available in the US?
Spoiler alert, No. I ordered a size 10 of the Eco Stonesheap clogs on a Sunday, they were at my door that Wednesday, which I had to return the clogs because I had forgotten Stegmanns run large. So on that Wednesday I went to the site and easily printed out a free return mailing label to exchanged for a pair that was a size smaller 9, and just two days later the new pair arrived.
Its nice to know that as comfortable as a new pair of Stegmanns are, they just continue to get more comfortable, as the cork conforms to your foot.