- 1 Swedish Hasbeens Shearling Plateau
- 2 Dansko Bailee Brown Oiled Pull Up
- 3 Sandgrens Swedish Low-Heel Clog Boot
- 4 Swedish Hasbeens 60’s Boot
- 5 Clarks Preslet Grove Clog
- 6 Sanita Mohawk Wood Vintage Leather Boot
- 7 Frye and Co. Odessa Chelsea
- 8 Birkenstock Boston Genuine Shearling Lined Clog
- 9 Swedish Hasbeens Trail Boot Clog
- 10 Frye and Co. Odessa Cuff Snow Boot
- 11 Free People Bungalow Clog Boots
- 12 Penelope Chilvers Shearling-Lined Clog Boots
- 13 No.6 15-Inch Pull-On Shearling Boot
The Best Cold-Weather Clogs to Get You Through Winter
You already know that Swedish clog sandals look darling with jeans or a sundress, but don't assume that cold weather means packing away your clogs altogether. Winter clogs exist, and they’re just as cute and versatile as their summery counterparts. Whether you're jet-setting or staying close to home this winter, durable, stylish clog boots should be your go-to. Read on for all of our cozy clog picks.
Swedish Hasbeens Shearling Plateau
Dansko Bailee Brown Oiled Pull Up
This brown leather lace-up bootie plus high-rise jeans and an oversized sweater, and we’ve got our favorite winter uniform. We get subtle ’90s grunge vibes from the Bailee, whose shearling trim is the cherry on top. The low heel is particularly well suited to standing in endless airport lines or long walks on city streets and the footbed has memory foam for extra comfort.
Sandgrens Swedish Low-Heel Clog Boot
Sandgrens wooden clog boots have a minimalist style that will fit in from the Midwest to Europe to anywhere in between. The handmade-in-Sweden clogs aren’t flashy, but their nubuck leather is pleasingly soft and their low heel a treat to walk on. These are definitely an unassuming wardrobe workhorse.
Swedish Hasbeens 60’s Boot
If it makes you sad that puffy coats and enormous scarves steal your shine in the winter, then these groovy boots are a surefire way to let your personal style burst through. Swedish Hasbeens is a leader in the clog renaissance, and you can always rely on the brand for playful, brightly colored styles (see below for more evidence). The allover red is undeniably eye-catching and perfect for a hot date, a Valentine’s dance party, or any other winter outing.
Sanita Mohawk Wood Vintage Leather Boot
Wood clogs and motorcycle boots may seem like distinct styles, but Danish brand Sanita has merged the two with their punk-rock Mohawk boot. Wear these with jeans and a leather jacket to go out to a concert, or play up a stylistic contrast with a floral dress. The clog boots have a similar vibe to the ubiquitous Dr. Martens, but are far more unexpected.
Frye and Co. Odessa Chelsea
Chelsea boots have long been a fashion staple, and these Chelsea clogs adds a cool twist to the classic silhouette. They can adapt to any look—we wear ours with cropped jeans and sweaters, midis and bombers, sweater dresses and tights. Memory foam footbeds and pull tabs on the back make for easy on/off makes them perfect for travel—hello, London!
Birkenstock Boston Genuine Shearling Lined Clog
Birkenstock has long been known for their hippie-staple-turned-fashion-icon sandals, but the German footwear company also makes a mean pair of winter clogs. The brand combined their signature light cork footbeds and arch support with luxe, breathable shearling to fashion a go-to shoe for when the temperatures dip. You can throw these on to run errands on a cold morning when you don’t feel like dealing with laces and straps.
Swedish Hasbeens Trail Boot Clog
If you absolutely hate winter, might we suggest a fabulous pair of boots to get you pumped about bundling up. Swedish Hasbeen’s metallic Trail Boots look straight out of a Ziggy Stardust fantasy. (The cool hikers are also available in traditional tan with red laces.) These are the ultimate statement clogs, but their lug sole adds traction—always a plus on icy days—so they’re as durable as they are Bowie-worthy.
Frye and Co. Odessa Cuff Snow Boot
Think of these clog boots as two in one—the style rolls down to expose the inside shearling, creating two distinct looks. Black, caramel, or snowy white leather and suede are soft classic, nicely complementing the hand-tacked wooden base and furry lining. These are just the thing to throw on for a casual winter dinner date or a flurry of errands on a brisk day.
Free People Bungalow Clog Boots
Penelope Chilvers Shearling-Lined Clog Boots
No.6 15-Inch Pull-On Shearling Boot
Want to channel that effortlessly chic Brooklyn babe look? No. 6 clogs should be at the top of your shopping list. These high boots cut a striking silhouette that we don’t often see with clogs, and feature water-repellant shearling and leather. The upper can be folded down for added versatility, and the whole shebang can be worn with or without socks.
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