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OOFOS OOcloog Clog

photo: OOFOS OOcloog Clog footwear product

Specs

Men's
Price MSRP: $69.95
Current Retail: $69.95-$79.95
Historic Range: $27.98-$79.95
Women's
Price MSRP: $69.95
Current Retail: $74.95
Reviewers Paid: $70.00

Reviews

2 reviews
5-star:   1
4-star:   1
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

This is definitely a shoes for nurses! Best $70 I’ve ever spent!

Pros

  • High arch support

Cons

  • Half sizes would be good; am considering wearing them to work with socks on

I’m a nurse of almost 20 years and I’ve worn Nike, New Balance, Crocs, Anywears, Alegrias, and everything in between...

These OOFOS OOcloogs ARE THE BEST. They mold to my feet, my plantar fasciitis is improving, and I’ll buy these from now on!!!!

Experience

Awesome

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $70

Alicia MacLeay TRAILSPACE STAFF

Welcome to Trailspace, Katrina!


16 days ago

If you are seeking a comfy "recovery shoe," this shoe can't be beat! In addition to wearing them around camp or after a big hike/run, they are so versatile and classy that they can be worn at work. No matter what you do for work, if you are on your feet all day, you'll love these shoes.

Pros

  • Great traction. I’ve worn them on slippery surfaces without a problem—campground showers, on the boat, and in a commercial kitchen.
  • Versatile and classy. They can go from work to play because they have cleaner lines and a slimmer toe box than most other plastic clogs. I now wear them as much camping as I do at work.
  • Very comfortable and lightweight. I’m on my feet all day at work and my feet don’t hurt at the end. It’s kind of like having one of those cushy “cashier mats” attached to your feet.
  • I wear socks with them mostly, and my feet don’t sweat. My feet do sweat quite a bit without socks though.
  • Quite durable, with no signs of wear yet.

Cons

  • Sizing chart on the website doesn’t seem accurate for women. Women’s shoes run a size smaller, though the men's sizing seems spot on. If you are a 9 in women's, order a 10.
  • Shipping is sllooowww. It took almost two weeks for these shoes to arrive and they were not on backorder. Now, to be fair, shipping is free, but seems like it could be much faster since they were shipped FedEx. Plan ahead if you want to order these shoes for a special trip.

I won a gift card and I was able to test the Men's OOcloog Project Pink Clog to review. I ordered a pair for myself and my husband.

What I like most about these shoes:

  • Very comfortable and lightweight. I’m on my feet all day at work and my feet don’t hurt at the end. It’s kind of like having one of those cushy “cashier mats” attached to your feet.
  • I wear socks with them mostly, and my feet don’t sweat. My feet do sweat quite a bit without socks though.
  • Great traction. I’ve worn them on slippery surfaces without a problem -- campground showers, on the boat, and in a commercial kitchen.
  • Versatile and classy. They can go from work to play because they have cleaner lines and a slimmer toe box than most other plastic clogs. I now wear them as much camping as a I do at work.
  • Quite durable, with no signs of wear yet.

Some challenges we encountered:

  • Shipping is sllooowww. It took almost 2 weeks for these shoes to arrive and they were not on backorder. Now, to be fair, shipping is free, but seems like it could be much faster since they were shipped FedEx. Plan ahead if you want to order these shoes for a special trip.
  • Sizing chart on the website doesn’t seem accurate. Women’s shoes run a size smaller. If you are a 9, order a 10.

 

Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer (I kept the product after testing.)

Disclosure: The author of this review received a sample of the product from the brand or its representative in exchange for a review.

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