Size & Fit Details
Please check 'Size Chart' above before ordering. This is a Wide width / European Unisex clog. This clog fits similar to a D width. Order your usual size if you plan to wear socks. Some women prefer to size down 1/2 size for a slightly snugger fit when barefoot. This clog will loosen slightly with wear, so many women prefer a snugger fit to start. Designed for indoor and outdoor wear. This clog does not have a removable insole or insert - the upper is a single, seamless piece of wool.
The 'Edelweiss' Clog - Wide Width
Back by popular demand! The Edelweiss boasts the same quality construction and materials as our classic WoolFlex Clog. What makes this clog so special is the embroidered band displaying the Edelweiss flower. This small white flower is native to alpine regions in Austria, Switzerland and Germany and can be seen in window boxes and alpine meadows when in bloom. Let your clogs take you on vacation this year! With the same fit and feel as your favorite Stegmann wool clogs, the Edelweiss is a cheerful and cozy addition to your collection.
Features & Benefits
100% Merino wool blend upper and fully wool lined
Embroidered Edelweiss ribbon trim is made in Tyrol, Austria
Anatomically contoured polyurethane sole with arch and metatarsal support; low-profile toe bar
Structured arch and metatarsal support
Cushioning with medium level firmness
1” heel rise & ¾ inch toe platform
WoolFlex soles (polyurethane) are stain, water and abrasion resistant
Designed for indoor & outdoor wear
Product of Austria
Wearing Stegmann clogs for about 30 years. I wore them working at my hospital 25 years. This is the 11th pair because I needed to repalce a rubber=soled pair I wore out wearing them outside. Still have 8 pair in varying sizes depending on the thickness of the socks I'm wearing. Thank you for your excellent product.
That my new clogs are very well-made and sturdy is without question. I bought size 9.5 wide. But I found the toe box rather too snug, and that's without wearing socks. Perhaps they will stretch out a bit over time. For now, I wear them as house shoes, but during the day when I am out and about, quite frankly those plug-ugly Crocs are the most comfortable shoes I have ever worn. (I only wear black ones in an attempt to make them a little more discreet.) I have a bad metatarsal bunion and occasional flareups of plantar fasciitis, plus a strong need for good arch support, so comfort is essential for me.
I absolutely love these clogs. They will go all over the world with me. What I especially love is that the arch hits the right spot for support on my feet. These are comfortable right out of the box. No need to break in. Just slide my feet in and stay in comfort.