Sanita Clog: Thea [Review]
I’m going to start this review off with a criticism. These shoes run quite small. I tell you this because if you like comfortable shoes and are willing to re-think the bad connotations of clogs, I’ve got a shoe for you—and I’d like yours to fit better than mine did.
The Sanita Thea Clog is a more like walking on clouds than any other shoe I’ve tried—and I test a lot of shoes for this here little blog. At first, it was surprising how light and fluffy this thing titled ‘clog’ felt under my arches. “No,” I felt like telling them, “you’re supposed to be clunky and large, possibly made of wood.” Then I remembered not all clogs are made of wood and began having painful flashbacks to that moment in the 90s when clogs were hot for like, a hot second. Giant pieces of plastic thunked around clubs, making everyone look a little like they had cankles.
But, to the point at hand, these were light and low profile. They slipped on and off with ease. They looked equally at home with a sundress as they did with jeans, and even in the travel uniform (Okay, we all have excuses for wearing yoga pants in public, don’t hate) they blended into the outfit. But more than anything, I was adoring these shoes for the little pillows of cloud below my arches. I am well aware there are not actual clouds inside the shoes (If there are—how? And can a get some cloud for my pillow too?), but the soft resistance brings only that image to my mind.
So the moral of the story today is that if you want an adorable, easy to walk in shoe that slips on and off (hello, airport security) in a heartbeat, definitely check out the Sanita Thea Clog.Add a comment