Reviewed by Teller Joan from Indiana on Tuesday, October 1, 2013
I am a morbidly obese 57-year-old bank teller and these shoes allow me to stand (and lean) at my job all day. I can sit, but my brother-in law, John, says that standing burns 60 extra calories per hour. So by standing in these shoes an extra 6 hours, five days a week, I am hoping to lose two poun...
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Reviewed by outside gal from north carolina on Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Fit true to size and comfortable out of the box. I bought three pairs and would have bought another in blue if they had my size. I bought two in the red, one I use for work, etc. and the other I use for gardening. I get compliments whenever I wear them. As garden shoes they are awesome because they can go in the mud and the mud doesn't get in crevices on the bottom. It's also nice to have complete protection on my feet in the garden - and I do wear them for other outside chores. They even make my porch look good.
Reviewed by Crazy Horse Lady from Sunny Florida on Wednesday, May 28, 2014
I have been wearing the same leather clogs to muck out stalls and for barn chores for years. They were of course disgusting, smelly, and not allowed in or around the house. I finally decided it was time for a new pair and found these *cute* plastic Dansko clogs! Just what the doctor ordered. Not only do these clogs keep me elevated out of the mud and muck, but with a simple hose-off at the end of the day, they are good as new. They are also very comfortable and supportive for my feet after hours of hard work. Thanks Dansko!
Reviewed by Lindsey Cochran from Chicagoland on Tuesday, May 27, 2014
I blog about wood-soled clogs at Every Clog Has Its Day and have raved about shoes with wooden soles for years. I've even gone so far as to post warnings to my readers about clogs that appear to be made of wood, but aren't. Then about a month ago when I was shopping at my local Nordstrom Rack, I picked up a Dansko thermoplastic clog from one of the shelves at random and decided it would be worth finding one in my size somewhere. Once I saw there were deep discounts available on remaining stock online, I knew I had to take the plunge. It was a moment of miracle and wonder when my order from Sierra Trading Post arrived and I discovered my foot would slip easily into the size 42 in this style. (About half of the Dansko styles I've tried in that size will fit me. The other half are inexplicably too small.) And not only did they fit, but with their all-thermoplastic construction, they proved to be as fun and quirky as I like my shoes to be. Highly recommended. Even if they're not made of wood!
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Answered on 1/26/2016 5:13:20 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
I suggest you don't wear them when there is snow or ice. I did once when it was icy and down I went even while being extra careful.
Answered on 12/9/2013 8:00:02 AM by Karen from Montana
Yes, I find these clogs slip-resistant and wear them all the time, both indoors and out. I have to be extra careful about this because I am prone to fall. I got my first pair of Pixies at least six months ago and haven't fallen or slipped up at all, even walking my dog on grass, cement, and wet, autumn leaves!
Answered on 12/9/2013 4:35:37 PM by Joanne of Asheville from Columbus, North Carolina
We don't have much ice and snow in North Carolina, so I haven't had occasion to test my clogs in unusual conditions. In any case, I'd be wearing boots, not clogs, on ice and even then it would be slippery. I find my Pixies quite safe under normal conditions: on bare floors and carpeting as well as outdoors in rain or shine. In other words Pixies are slip-resistant on any surface where one would normally choose to wear clogs. They have the added feature of staying securely on my foot, even while playing soccer in the park with my dog.
Answered on 12/9/2013 4:52:52 PM by Joanne of Asheville from Columbus, North Carolina
I think they would be.
Answered on 12/9/2013 6:56:02 PM by KayC from AZ Mountains