The Introduction: No. 6 Clogs

It took a while, but I’m finally on the clog bandwagon.

No. 6 clogs are handmade right here in Minnesota but for many years, I just couldn’t see my Converse & high heel wearing-self rocking a wooden shoe. Lisa & Erin of Hackwith Design House took me to the clog outlet earlier this fall and I tried on a few pairs… and then I got the joke. They are comfortable, warm, and No. 6 has figured out how to make them super cool (if I do say so myself!…). I ended up with these boots, and I don’t really see myself taking them off this winter.

If possible, I definitely recommend trying clogs on first – I found the sizing to be a bit inconsistent, which is not uncommon with handmade products and natural materials. If you are ordering online and are typically a half size, I’d size up.

Shop No.6 clogs at Bird, Mille (10% off through December!), and Steven Alan.

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2 thoughts on “The Introduction: No. 6 Clogs

    1. of course! it’s about an hour away but worth it if you manage to find your size. I, of course, did not!

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