Ah, clogs—comfortable, stylish and, yes, trendy. Although for clog lovers, such as myself, they never have and never will go out of style. Although the strict definition of a clog, according to Merriam Webster, is “a shoe, sandal or overshoe having a thick typically wooden sole,” clog is a broad category encompassing flats, slip-ons, chunky-soled sandals and the classic wooden clog similar to what they used to wear in the Netherlands. 

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Read on to see the best budget-friendly, mid-range and splurge clogs for 2021.

Featured Clog

Pilar Leather Mule Platforms ($150) at FitFlop
These chunky-heeled platforms are as comfortable as they are stylish according to reviewers. Available in brown or black leather with stud detailing, you’ll look effortlessly casual and cool in these clogs. Plus, get 20% off your first order at FitFlop with code NEWADDICT and 8% cash back through RetailMeNot.

Best Clogs Under $50

Crocs Unisex Coast Clog

Crocs Unisex Coast Clog ($29.48 and up) at Amazon
Perhaps just as recognizable as a wooden clog, the Crocs clog is a comfortable, lightweight and water-resistant version loved by both utilitarian footwear wearers and street style enthusiasts alike.

Patent Leather Gold Clogs ($49) at Etsy

Patent Leather Gold Clogs ($49) at Etsy 
Made-to-order leather and beech wood clogs (with a synthetic sole) are the easiest way to make any outfit more.

Pierre Dumas Hester Platform Wedge Sandals at Amazon

Pierre Dumas Hester Platform Wedge Sandals ($22 and up) at Amazon 
Yes, there’s added height, but with a nice secure base, these are a far more comfortable way to wear heels. Pick up a pair of these open-toe sandals, which are available in a range of colors, including black, bronze, rose gold, whiskey and pewter.

KOLILI Cork Clogs

KOLILI Cork Clogs ($26.99 and up) at Amazon 
A dupe of pricier clog brands, these cozy lined slip-ons make fantastic house slippers.

Best Clogs Under $100

Dansko Professional Clog

Dansko Professional Clog ($76.02 and up) at Amazon
If you’re on your feet often, Dansko is the brand for you. These much-loved clogs feature arch support, padded insteps, a breathable footbed and a rocker bottom for all-day comfort and support.

Alma Clogs at Free People

Alma Clogs ($89) at Free People 
Free People has a ton of gorgeous, classic clogs right now at reasonable prices, such as their beautiful Alma clogs, available in four shades (black, red, luggage and chocolate).

Everlane Clog

The Clog ($98) at Everlane 
Although these leather upper, wooden heeled clogs come in four different shades, the elegant white ones are nearly impossible to resist. Just think of the outfit possibilities!

Sanita Kristel ($98.95) at Zappos

Sanita Kristel ($98.95) at Zappos 
Gold studs around the sides and an adjustable buckle across the top of these oiled leather clogs are a nice added touch if you want a bit of detailing to your clogs.

MIA Abba Clog-Inspired Sandal

MIA Abba Clog-Inspired Sandal ($69 and up) at Amazon
These stylish sandals are perfect for warmer months—or even worn with socks on chilly days!

Lotta Classic Clogs

Lotta Classic Clogs ($55.98) at Lotta From Stockholm 
Straight from Sweden and offered in 12 colors, these are seriously the real deal at a super reasonable price.

Swedish Clogs

Swedish Clogs ($68) at Etsy
With nearly 3,000 reviews, these popular shoes are perfect for the shopper who likes options. They come in a wide range of colors, and are reasonably priced enough so you can treat yourself to a second pair if you want.

Best Clogs Over $100

No.6 New School Wedge Clogs

No.6 New School Wedge Clogs ($290) at Shopbop
The No.6 brand is well known for their fashionable takes on the classic clog. If you’re looking for a quality and seriously stylish pair, these are for you!

Troentorp Da Vinci Vegan Suede Clogs

Troentorp Da Vinci Vegan Suede Clogs ($127) at Troentorp
If you prefer vegan footwear, these highly-rated eco-friendly, waterproof clogs will put some sunshine into your day.

Swedish Hasbeens Slip In Classic Clogs

Swedish Hasbeens Slip In Classic Clogs ($280) at Shopbop
 One of Sweden’s fastest growing fashion brands since launching in 2006, Swedish Hasbeens are all based on original Swedish clog models and made from ecologically prepared leather.

The Ayanna Clog

The Ayanna Clog ($129.99) at Madewell
Old-school wooden soles paired with lizard embossed leather make these comfy clogs a stylish addition to your wardrobe.

Dansko Abbie

Dansko Abbie ($144.95) at Zappos 
Dansko makes sturdy, supportive clogs that are popular with kitchen crews and hospital staff like all my nurse friends. So if you’re looking for a fashionable pair of clogs that won’t leave your feet aching at the end of the day, Dansko is a top brand for you to keep an eye on, even when they create fashion pairs instead of ones for the workday.

Auckland Clog Boot

Auckland Clog Boot ($129.90) at Maguba
Clog boots look amazing with everything: jeans, leggings, dresses, skirts, and can be worn all year round. You won’t regret buying a pair in a neutral color, but these eye-catching blue boots are pretty amazing, too.

Leather Clogs ($178) at J.Crew

Leather Clogs ($178) at J.Crew
These definitely have a Hermes vibe going on with the gold studs and the shaped sides, and offer a just-the-right height heel for walking around town without your feet getting tired or sore.

Marlo ($198) Charlotte Stone

Marlo ($198) Charlotte Stone
These ’70s-style clogs come in five solid shades as well as three patterned styles, and though there’s some serious height going on here, they offer padded insoles and plenty of support so you feel good while you look good.

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