Oh how I love a nice pair of shoes. Seriously. I have a problem and I think it’s hereditary because my sister has almost as bad as I do. I’m always on the prowl for a new pair of cool shoes. I love it when I find a unique brand, and I am a bit of a shoe snob. Three cheers for finding a great sale, but I can’t do cheaply made shoes. High-quality shoes that last and are good for your feet and back are really priceless. So you can imagine how thrilled I was to discover Ugglebo Clogs. They have got some of the most unique styles and the quality is top notch.
Ugglebo Clogs are handmade with the finest materials. The wooden soles of their shoes come from Alderwood and Spanish Pine from Sweden. And the leather comes from Italy. These shoes are each handmade, the assembly process lead by their head clog master, Christer. You can tell that everything from their website to their product packaging to the shoes themselves is the very best quality.
They’ve got a style for everyone and every season. Check out their clog collection. You can find three different heel heights and tons of beautiful styles of Swedish clogs starting with a more traditional clog to a more sandal-like shoe. They’re so versatile, too. I had the opportunity to review these adorable Milan clogs. I love these not only because they’re super cute and comfortable, but because they’re all-season shoes for me. I can wear them without socks in the summer with a dress or pair of shorts. And in the fall and winter I’ll pull on a pair of cozy socks and sport them with jeans and a sweater. That’s what I call getting the best bang for your buck! I’m loving their clog boots, too, though. And if you really want to get excited over cold-weather shoes, take a peek at their Shearling collection. Love at first sight, right? Take a minute and wipe the drool off your keyboard. I’ll wait here.
Ugglebo clogs are comfortable. You might wonder about how comfortable wooden clogs could be and they definitely do have a different feel to them. There’s no ‘give’ when you’re walking in them. I’d describe it like a rocking motion when you roll from heel to toe. Could we call that rock and roll? 😉 I digress. They’re totally comfortable and supportive. One look and you know they’re sturdy, solidly made shoes and you can feel that support when you wear them. Nothing is going to wear out on you. I honestly think my clogs could last forever.
I did hit a bump in the road finding a pair of shoes that fit me well. I had ordered the Lisbon clogs to start with and although all of my other European shoes are a size 37, both the 37 and the 38 were too narrow and snug on me. When I tried the Milan, success! These fit great and I think there’s plenty of room with the 38 to allow for a sock in the fall and winter months, but they’re not too big to be uncomfortable barefoot, either. It’s key to remember that these shoes are solidly made with real leather. And leather does wear in and stretch a bit once you’ve broken your shoes in. If you’re at all iffy about which styles might run a tad narrow, chat with Ugglebo on their Facebook page. They are super helpful and easily helped me make a great choice that I’m in thrilled with.
You can buy Ugglebo Clogs here! Shop around on their website. They are always adding new shoes to their selection and always seem to have a great deal running. Be sure to click that sale tab to find some hot savings. If you buy 2 pairs they’ll even ship them for free and in the same day if you order before 2pm CT. You want shoes that will garner you some jealous stares? (It’s okay, you don’t have to lie to me. All shoe dreams are safe here.) Look no further. Stay in touch with Ugglebo on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest to be the first to know about their newest products and promotions. Sign up for their monthly newsletter for other exclusive offers, too!
Or maybe you’d like to win a pair! Ugglebo Clogs is generously offering one of my readers a pair of their very own clogs! Wow! This giveaway is open to U.S residents only and ends at 12 midnight ET on July 16, 2012. You can enter to win here! Good luck!
I was provided with a pair of Ugglebo Clogs to facilitate this review. The opinions in this post are 100% mine. You can read my full disclosure policy here.