These days, most shoes are a global product. Meaning that they are sourced and constructed in different regions, based on local expertise and raw material availability. Stegmann clogs are no different, and you may be interested to learn more about where they come from, and how they’re built…
Stegmann wool uppers are felted in Austria, a tradition nearly 130 years in the making. The cork-latex foot beds for all our Felt clogs are manufactured in Germany using the same high quality materials as many of the world’s other leading comfort brands. The protective polyurethane outsole is 100% made in America. Here, American craftsman assemble the different parts – wool felt upper, cork foot bed and outsole to construct the long-lasting, comfort shoe that generations have come to know and love.
AGS Footwear Group is proud to support American manufacturing and job creation and to help sustain the rich heritage of Stegmann and other fine products of Europe.
Read more about where Stegmann wool felt clogs come from, and watch a video of them being hand constructed in Missouri. More on our blog: Made in Europe, Built in America
**Current sizing for wool may be different than in the past, please check for your correct size before ordering**
Stegmann wool felt clogs are felted on a European last, which results in a more generous fit. They will also loosen slightly with long term wear as the felt compresses. The Stegmann clogs of today may be wider than styles you have bought in the past.
Our leather clogs fit true to size and will loosen only slightly with wear. Leather is available in US Whole sizes only. If you are between sizes we recommend sizing up. If you prefer a very snug fit or have a narrow foot you may consider sizing down.
If you're looking to replace an older pair of Stegmann Clogs with the same size, we've provided all of the sole dimensions for you below. Many of our loyal, long time customers tell us the fit has changed a bit over the years, so we provided these charts so you can be certain you're getting the same size clogs as the old pair you love. Simply measure the widest and longest points on the bottom of the shoe to match with our measurements. As a rule: when in doubt, size down in wool felt, and size up in leather.