Last year, rubbery, chunky, cartoonish Crocs crossed over from Middle America to high fashion circles (see these think pieces on the trend
here, here, and here). This year? We’re making a case for gardening clogs. Here are 10 good for both the garden and beyond.
Above: These Italian Garden Clogs have removable cork insoles and substantial slip-resistant treading. Gardenheir carries them in six colors; $68. Above: Birkenstock says its Super-Birki Clogs are made of vegan materials and suitable for “leisure, garden, and professional wear”; $79.95. Above: Dansko’s Kane Clogs, offered in a bevy of hues, are lightweight and made of 50 percent bio-based EVA; $80. Above: Plasticana’s Gardana Clogs are made in France from hemp plastic and recyclable; $62 at Salter House. Above: These Unisex Garden Clogs are made in Italy from polyurethane, cork, and leather; $54.95 Gardener’s Supply Co. Above: If you’re looking into Crocs, might as well go for a wild color or print. The Classic Printed Croc in Leopard is $54.99. Above: If you prefer a slimmer and more feminine silhouette, you might consider Italian-made Calzuro Clogs, which are available in a rainbow of colors; $106.99 Above: Classic no-nonsense Hunter Garden Clogs are $95 Anthropologie. Above: Australian-based Annabel Trends’ Gummies Clogs are $37.32 AUD at Amama. Above: Smith & Hawken’s Garden Clogs come in gray (shown) and green; $25 at Target.
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