Women's EcoWool Clog - Stegmann Clogs

Women's EcoWool Clog

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The EcoWool clog is made from 100% pure, all natural wools sourced from small European farms practicing sustainable and cruelty free farming. The wool is minimally processed, dye and chemical free. *Sales & Discounts: Please note sales, coupons and discount codes cannot be applied to this product

Fit Tip: This clog runs 1/2 to 1 full size large. We recommend sizing down 1/2 size if you plan to wear socks. For barefoot wear, and a snug fit we recommend sizing down one full size. This clog will loosen slightly with wear.
  • All Natural Shetland or Stonesheep wool
  • Expertly felted smooth upper with no seams
  • Anatomically shaped for support (see Comfort Rating below)
  • Patterned rubber outsole
  • 1” heel rise & 3/4  inch toe platform
  • American Medium width, runs large

    • The EcoWool 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 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 world wide. With our Tirolean Stonesheep EcoWool clogs, we support the breeding and preservation of this species.

    • 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.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 9 reviews
    Pain free!
    Supportive and cozy!