Probably not for the faint of heart, clog boots are the polar opposite of those ghastly five-toed shoes. I’m fond of my worry-free Muck Boots for wet and cold conditions while working or playing outside. But upon revisiting the much-missed little log cabin, I was reminded of a more archival option – the clog boot.
Archival options from Barbour (not in current line). via Thornproof.
The Clogmaster herself – a staunch clog advocate.
Phil Howard boots with tin toe tips.
Phil Howard’s Gibson Lace.
Walkley Brogue Boot
The Walkley Farmer’s Clog (my optical favorite)
The Walkley Safety Clog
Walkley Para Boot
Jeremy Atkinson handmakes everything to order (even the wooden soles).
5 thoughts on “Archival Footwear – Clog Boots”
I have a pair of Walkley mary janes (!) and though I haven’t worn them much in the last couple of years, I love them. A lot.
beautiful collection of shoes,for everyone, these types are best suitable for winter.
Here in NYC the Ugglebo version and various others are everywhere this winter.
such cool pics! ive been looking for some clogs myself.
I have lace up clog boots with iron horseshoes and hobnails on the soles and heels great fun to wear and very noisy ! haha