My Flogg Shoes

Whose ever heard of footwear called Floggs?  Well I hadn’t until last week when I bought a pair of flogg boots.

My boots are a combination of a jandal and a clog merged together (so the inside sole is all soft and bouncy like a jandal (you can see the bursts of yellow) on the side of the boots and then the exterior part has the sturdy block heel and shape of a clog.  I have never thought of clogs to be comfortable, but these are.  I think due to the soft cushioning on the inside and the light-weight hand-crafted and stable heel.  The leather is all soft too which helps.

So you be the judge of whether you like them or not and let me know? Yeah or Nah for Floggs!

If you are keen to check them out, I bought mine from Issimo who have stores in Christchurch, Dunedin and Queenstown.  If you go visiting the store in Christchurch, ask for Stacey (who was so friendly and helpful) and provided fantastic customer service.

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I fell into the art of style quite by accident. There was no defining moment when I decided that I knew what I wanted to do. I want people to feel good about themselves. Many don’t know where to shop and/or how to wear fashion. It has never been solely about cost, but of finding quality at a reasonable price and being able to wear - to suit your own figure, style and fashion. Join me as we explore – What is Style? Yellow Tulip

2 Comments on My Flogg Shoes

  1. DW in Brisbane // June 2, 2015 at 10:31 pm // Reply

    I think it’s a great concept for a boot – something a bit different. However, not sure it would suit my teeny tiny feet (or even if they’d do a size that small). So yeah to the concept, but nah for me. 👢😀

  2. I definitely think they help make my big feet look not quite so big .. but couldn’t imagine your wee tiny feet looking quite right in floggs … so Nah for you and I would have to agree. Have to say boots really comfortable and no blisters yet …

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