Cape Clogs Manufacture is Still By Hand
Cape Clogs were first made in Smaland in the southern region of Sweden over 150 years ago. For six generations, the clog manufacturing process has passed from parent to child and the best practices have been preserved and refined to make the clogs the company offers today. Cape Clogs is celebrating its fifth birthday.
The clogs made by this generation's precessors were designed to provide a unique solution for the lives we lead today. They had be be comfortable for long hours of work, and they needed to be light, supportive, and durable enough to wer every day and all year.
Today's clogs, like the originals, are made from light alder wood which is dried for months and then molded and shaped with a wind-powered lathe. The uppers are genuine leather and the children's shoe includes a moveable heal strap.
Shown is the Pink Periwinkle, full of spirit with tiny blue and pink eyelets that blend well with spring silhouettes of jeans, dresses and leggings. Children styles come with a heel safety strap. For women sizes 5‐11; MSRP $85 and children’s sizes 8‐3, $50.
Cape Clogs is a leading privately held designer, distributor, and marketer of fashion forward Swedish clogs that exude personality and youthful energy with vivid signature prints. Based on Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Cape Clogs offers a wide range of clogs for men, women, and children in the work and lifestyles categories. It has established sales distribution in more than 500 traditional footwear channels, including independent boutiques, uniform suppliers, sporting goods stores, and other retail
catalog and website partners. Cape Clogs has an exclusive partnership with Torpatofflen AB, a sixth‐generation traditional clog manufacturer located in Småland, Sweden. For a full product catalog or purchasing, visit www.capeclogs.com.