Clog Care Instructions


Since 1888, Stegmann has crafted high quality shoes with a rich heritage of traditional workmanship and natural comfort.  For the last 120 years, our Tyrolian wool felt and luxurious leather originals have been constructed from the finest quality materials and handmade by master craftsmen. Stegmann clogs are built to last, and with proper care and occasional light maintenance they will give you many years of luxurious comfort. 

Caring for Wool Felt Uppers:

  • Original Stegmann wool felt clogs are made from 100% pure new wool and should never be completely soaked. Therefore, remove any stains using a sponge, a little water and soap or washing liquid.
  • Small differences in thickness and coloring, as well as slight peeling of the wool, are typical of handmade wool-felt slippers.
  • To smooth the upper, use a hard brush or even better, a brass brush.
  • Should your Stegmann footwear become wet, reshape the wool felt clogs to your foot and let them dry naturally without inserting any stuffing.

Caring for the Cork Footbed:

  • The Stegmann cork footbed is 100% natural using only cork and natural rubber.
  • If the cork footbed becomes overly saturated, allow it to fully dry undisturbed.
  • Frequent wetting of the upper and the cork footbed may destroy the adhesion. Should the sole or footbed separate, repair with liquid neoprene or rubber cement.

Caring for the Polyflex Footbed:

  • Frequent wetting of the upper and the footbed may destroy the adhesion. Should the sole or footbed separate, repair with liquid neoprene or rubber cement.