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    my klogs are still rocking strong. these things wont die!

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    Senior Member eaglerock's Avatar
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    I use crocs bistro, they are very comfy after using this clogs for 2 years.

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    I've burned through four pair of Dansko/Sanita clogs in three years. Comfortable yes but these days I've been wearing Troentorp clogs and closed back clogs and they are superior in every way. Don't let the solid alder wood intimidate you. Ergonomically they are in another class all their own. They do run 1/2 Euro size small so order accordingly.

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    A big recommendation from me for Birkenstock London's w/ the non-slip soles. The original cork footbed it so much more comfortable than the plastic clogs, and full leather uppers can easily be treated to repel water. My first pair lasted about a year and a half, the current pair has been better cared for and is at a year and showing no significant signs of wear.
    Even at +\- $165, they're a deal. For as much time as we spend on our feet, don't skimp on shoes.

    ETA: For anyone else with wide feet who find that Dansko's and similar clogs are uncomfortable, try the Birki London's. they're much more accommodating, and have the ability to be re-soled.

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    lately ive just been wearing addidas sambas at work. theyre comfortable and breathable. not very slip resistant. oh well.

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    shoes

    I saw a clog fly off a guys foot 25 feet and land in a 5 gallon bucket of scrambled eggs.Hate clogs IMO. Shoes for crews have the best slip resistance , some models uppers suck, but for the money and safety, they are great.

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    My legs just went to hurting reading that. Maybe the guy shouldn't have been trying to flip his shoe in to that bucket. I have ran, jump, walked in slush with clogs and never had a problem with them falling off.
    Chewie's the man.

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    I purchased a pair of Sanitas, after the first day my feet were killing me, I shelved them and came back to them a few weeks later. Now its all I wear, the initial break in was rough, but now I wear them all the time, even around town(much to my wifes dismay, she thinks they look like womens shoes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    lately ive just been wearing addidas sambas at work. theyre comfortable and breathable. not very slip resistant. oh well.
    I wore Onitsuka Tigers for years until I had no more "old" pairs to bring into work. I loved them but now having slip resistant clogs, I should have got a pair ages ago, it makes life so much easier

  10. #110
    Have worn both the Danskos open and closed back along with the Birki Londons. The Birki's take a bit to break in but once they are fit to your foot they're great.

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