Birkenstock Boston Clog Review and In Stock Report

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Birkenstock Boston Clog Review and In Stock Report

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review: tl;dr: size up

I wear a very true size 8/38 and needed to size up to a 39

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Birkenstock Boston Clog Review

If the Birkenstock Boston Clogs look familiar to you, that’s probably because the style has been around since 1979, and it was extremely popular in the ‘90s and early 2000s. Now, the Birkenstock clogs are making a comeback thanks to their comfy fit and versatility. The cushioned footbed is designed to make you feel like you’re standing in the sand (and I couldn’t agree more), making them comfortable enough for everyday wear, while the neutral suede upper will go with 90% of your fall wardrobe.

I snagged them when they were fully stocked at Revolve and have not stopped wearing them since. From pilates to the airport to the beach. My Boston clogs are a fall fashion must-have!

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Birkenstock Boston Clog Review

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One Comment

  1. I recently read a wonderful sentence about Birkenstock Boston clogs in the newspaper: with these shoes you can carry the cozy feeling of home on the street 🙂 That sums it up – for me the ideal shoes in spring and autumn to wear to a yoga class, just slipping in and out. And it doesn’t matter whether it’s colder or warmer, you’re always dressed appropriately, toes covered but heels free. Friends of mine now say I practically live in Birkenstocks Boston Clogs 🙂 In the past few years, I’ve actually always been amazed that open sandals from Birkenstock were in vogue, but clogs weren’t, but that’s changed now…

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