Discover the benefits of Calou Swedish Clogs!

All our shoes have a soft and shock-absorbing sole in polyurethane which makes them
much more comfortable than a
traditional wooden soled clog. You can happily wear them all day long even if you work on your feet!
Timeless Swedish clogs designed in Stockholm, handmade in Italy and Portugal.


Clogs have an old tradition in
Sweden. Maybe you associate them with Swedish summer, dancing around the midsummer pole, rural environments and red cottages? Not entirely wrong, this is where we got the inspiration for our clogs!
Our idea is to design Swedish clogs, clog boots and clog sandals in a new modern twist based on old traditions. The uniqueness is our soft, bendable PU sole, which looks like wood but is much more comfortable to use than a traditional, hard wooden sole. In this way, we have adapted our shoes to today's challenges and demands for comfort. Calou makes shoes that last longer, so you will not have to buy a new pair because you have worn out
your old ones, however, you may want more of them when you´ve discovered how comfortable they are. Our Swedish clogs and boots have become an international success, which we are very happy and proud of.

Birgit Brown Birgit Brown

This is my third pair
of shoes from this shop, and they are just as wonderful as the first two. There
is something very special about the soles of these shoes that make them extra
comfortable. If you want a pair of high heels that actually make your feet feel
good, look no further!

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Lisa Blue Lisa Blue

I've worn clogs for decades, mostly wooden. It takes a special shoe to make
it into my favorites if it's not a crazy-cool wooden-sole clog. These are IT!
They look so so good, the feel so comfortable all day long, and it really looks
like a wooden platform. I've already got my eye on boots for this winter.

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Bibbi Offwhite Bibbi Offwhite

These clogs are amazing! They hug my feet & are so comfortable. Just
enough height and the softest leather make them my “go to” sandals. I’m in love!!

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