Women's Graz Sport Leather Clog with Rubber Sole - Stegmann Clogs

Women's Graz Sport Clog with Rubber Sole - Clearance*

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Black Pebbled
Brown Pebbled

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The Graz Sport clog with a Rubber sole is the wear everywhere clog you’ve been looking for. Wear them to work, dress them up, dress them down and enjoy Stegmann comfort everywhere you go. All the convenience of a slip on, with the easy wearing style of a classic leather shoe. 

Fit Notes: Medium width; runs true to size. Size up if between sizes. Fits narrower than our wool clogs. 

  • Honey and Walnut colors features a 100% recycled sole made from reclaimed natural cork and rubber
  • Rubber Stegmann Support Sole is anatomically shaped with excellent traction, durability, and weather resistance
  • Removable support footbed
  • Fully leather lined interior 
  • 1” heel rise & ¾ inch toe platform 
  • Handmade in Portugal 
  • Customer Reviews

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 19 reviews
    leather clogs ruber soles

    the only way improvement I would do is a tad more cushioning

    Trying the men's sizes instead.

    UPDATE: I like the 9 1/2 wide in the wool clogs. The ladies 10 was too tight across my instead. Then men's 8 fits perfectly.

    Very comfy, but runs small.

    I'm a 9 1/2 B or a 40 regular width in Birkenstocks and Haflinger. I prefer the 9 1/2 wide in the Stegmann wool clogs, because I like my shoes Euro loose. The size 10 in the Stegmann leather clogs fit me tight. There's lots of room for my toes widthwise. The length is exactly right. But the entrance of the shoe is very tight across my arch, so there's no way I can wear socks with these unless they stretch out. However, they do stay on my foot when wearing them barefoot. The inner sole is very comfy. Just a bit squishy. Arch support is good. No toe bar, and I'm OK with that. I'm still testing them inside my house to decide if they feel too tight across my arch.