The EcoWool - A cozy pair of slip-ons help you through the worst winter throws at you. Stegmann’s take on the classic clog retains the brand’s trademark cork footbed and adds chemical-free, humanely harvested wool.
Based on personal experience, the Stegmann cork and latex midsole with enhanced arch support and deep heel cup is just what my feet need to absorb the shock of wood floors while keeping plantar fasciitis flares to a minimum. The rubber traction sole allows me to walk confidently outside to bring the trash cans in or even venture out on a quick grocery run.
These clogs have become my favorite go to for inside the house, as they are warm and more supportive than house slippers. The Original 108’s also help to keep my feet dry from all the snow that the dogs bring in during the winter.
It's hard to go wrong with the gift of a cozy pair of house shoes. Stegmann’s Original 108 Wool Clogs($125) have been steadily perfected since their 1888 debut. What’s more, Stegmann partners with farmers to purchase fine merino wool from rare and endangered species to help ensure their continued existence. The result is a seamless, non-rubbing, toasty shoe that your better half won't want to take off.
If you’ve spent all day in ski boots – or hiking boots or walking shoes – there’s nothing quite like slipping into a pair of these to cure whatever ails your feet. Stegmann’s Original 108 Clog is made from a blend of Tyrolian & Merino wool, hand-felted into a single seamless piece to produce a smooth one-piece upper that’s non-rubbing and non-irritating. It’s paired with an anatomically contoured natural latex and cork sole for arch and metatarsal support. Dressy winter clogs for the ski condo? Check.
Some of the most enjoyable winter birding can take place at your kitchen table, watching finches, chickadees, and woodpeckers feasting at backyard feeders. These cozy slipper-shoes are made with a soft, itch-free wool blend atop an anatomically contoured cork sole. And the contoured latex bottom helps ensure you won’t slip when you pop outside to restock the suet.
Stegmann Clogs are OGs in the slipper game, err clog game, and are one of the more comfortable things we've ever had on our feet. Whether you are slinking around your apartment after a hard night out or unwinding your tootsies after a long festival day, these are essential. Does Jared Leto go grocery shopping in these? Probably.
What I love most about my Stegmann clogs is the metatarsal pad. I’m used to the metatarsal support that my Birkenstocks offer, but this is more noticeable. Because I have hammertoes that result in metatarsal pain, the added support brings relief. For anyone that suffers from metatarsalgia, sesamoiditis or Morton’s neuroma, I’d recommend Stegmann. Other awesome features: wide toe box (accommodating of bunions), deep heel cup (keeps foot settled in shoe, promotes alignment), 1” heel rise with ¾ inch toe platform (gentle slope aids in reducing ankle and back pain). I even think the Stegmann clogs with the cork and latex sole will work for those with hallux rigidus – not overly flexible at the big toe joint.
The perfect slip-on shoe for indoors or out, the Original Stegmann is great for camping, running errands and everything in between. Made from a proprietary wool blend, these shoes have fantastic arch and toe support, a contoured cork sole that helps provide additional metatarsal support and a gentle slope that helps reduce ankle and back pain. So if you've got aching feet, issues like plantar fasciitis or a bad back, these are well worth considering. All in all, if comfort is your thing — and whose isn't?
After having my feet shoved in ski boots for hours on end, there’s nothing quite as satisfying as stepping out of those plastic foot entrapments in the parking lot. When that time of day comes, don’t settle for just any pair of shoes to house your dogs. Instead, slip your feet into the Original 108 Wool Clogs from Stegmann. The top of the clog is made from a Tyrolian and Merino wool blend and is paired with an anatomically contoured cork sole for superior arch and metatarsal support. In other words, these clogs are quite possibly the most comfortable things I’ve ever worn. Available in 13 vibrant colors, these slipper-like shoes are the perfect recovery for your feet and look cute as hell at après.
It’s timeless. It is deeply connected to the lifestyles, traditions and the ways of the people who know and love the brand. And, if the customer relates to the product, time moves the product along.
Stegmann is a heritage brand, producing some of the world’s finest wool felt shoes for over 120 years from Tyrol, Austria. The iconic Original 108 Wool Clog, shown below and above, is the backbone of the Stegmann brand and is what the brand is known for.
As of September 2019 Stegmann is now offering American (medium) Fit in all wool styles and Euro (wide) Fit in women’s wool clogs in select styles.
American (Medium) Fit - This fit is similar to what you may be familiar with from the 90’s and early 2000’s Stegmann wool clogs. Our American Fit is a Medium (B) width clog and runs true to size for most. Please make note of the custom fit tips in blue on each product page. They will provide more specific information on fit and a summary of feedback from our customers.
Euro (Wide) Fit - Our Euro fit is a Wide Width (D) clog and runs large. If you have wide feet, need extra room in your shoes, or plan to wear thick socks, you might prefer our European width. If you have wide feet you should order your normal size; women with medium feet should size down a half size as they do run large. For the last several years, this is the only width that has been available from Stegmann in the USA. This clog is felted using a European last that results in a more spacious fitting clog.
Our Men’s wool clogs run true to size, but we recommend sizing down a half size for narrow feet.
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.