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Dan Clog Review

Recently I tried a new pair of Dan Clogs. They are black with closed back.
The Dan Clogs 2380 is very comfortable and molds to the foot. I notice after a couple of days of wear that these clogs snuggled nicely against my arch for a great fit.

I wore these clogs to do a paper route that I had jump over fences and run through mud puddles. Yes I ran in them and very comfortably. After I was done this one-mile of mud running and jump. My feet were completely dry.  The Permair Leather does resist water. I was able to just wipe them back k clean again. Oh yeah I am impressed. I hate wet dirty feet. I spent at least an hour in the rain and mud in the clog and came home with dry feet.

Like I said I ran in the mud and rain while delivering newspapers. I have done the same thing in sneakers and I slipped and stumbled. The non-skid soles really work. I did not slip or slide on any of the brick or tile door front with the clogs being coated in mud and wet from the rain. The makers of these clogs made good use the PU material.

I said before I ran in these clogs. While this was not a full out right sprint like in a pair of sneaker it was a pretty quick pace jog.  The pace I ran was comfortable in the clogs and I was able to run the one-mile route. These are clogs and running can be a little difficult. That was not the case running was comfortable.

The only real problem was I had to wear I full size bigger to get that good fit.

Overall these are great shoes that I would recommend to any
nurse, health care worker, chef, or restaurant server. The fit is comfortable.
They are easy to keep clean. The non-skid sole are a real safety. Look from
them at our store site in Brown, Dark Brown Nu
, Red, White, Black, and Black Nu


November 5, 2009 Posted by | Fashion, Nursing, Shoes, Swedish Clogs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 2 Comments

New Boots


Leather Boot with Low Heel


Combat Boot


Flat Black Leather Boot

All of these boots are on sale at Michael’s Clogs

October 28, 2009 Posted by | Fashion, feet, Shoes | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

New Shoes

Shop for sexy lingerie at Henry and June

Costume Craze: 100s of Costumes Up to 60% Off!

October 24, 2009 Posted by | Fashion, feet, Sandals, Shoes, Swedish Clogs, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

New Handbags

Cheetah and Giraffe Pattern

Cheetah and Giraffe Pattern

Giraffe and Cheetah Design Bucket Bag

Giraffe and Cheetah Design Bucket Bag

Giraffe and Cheetah Design Bucket Handbags

Giraffe and Cheetah Design Bucket Handbags

Petite Nylon Microfiber Single Straps Handbags

Petite Nylon Microfiber Single Straps Handbags

Four new purse on sale at Michael’s clogs for under $60 CAD. We offer free shipping.

October 16, 2009 Posted by | purses | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

What is Foot Fetish????


Foot fetishism, foot partialism, foot worship, or podophilia is a pronounced sexual interest in feet. It is the most common form of sexual preference for otherwise non-sexual objects or body parts.

Foot fetish has been defined as a pronounced sexual interest in the feet or footwear. Freud considered foot binding as a form of fetishism. For a foot fetishist, points of attraction include the shape and size of the foot and toes (e.g. long toes, short toes, pointed toes, high arches, slender soles, fat toes, long toenails, short toenails, small feet, toenail color), jewelry, toe rings, ankle bracelets, treatments e.g. French pedicure, state of dress (e.g. barefoot, flip flops, or clad in socks or nylons), odor, and any form of sensory interaction, e.g. licking, sucking, tickling, person giving foot jobs, pedal pumping or trampling/stomping.

Famous foot fetishists

Celebrities are listed alphabetically by last name and single name.

The above list is from Wikipedia but this just one definition of a foot fetish. The definition that Michael’s Clog likes is being excited by feet and shoes. The feeling of things touching the nerves in the foot and exciting the rest of the body. When your foot slides into a shoe and it touch your toe then arch and heel and your body just tingles because it feels o good.  Know while you are walking down the street and your back straight and our stride widen because your look great in those shoes

foot+fetishPlease tell us what you think.

September 2, 2009 Posted by | Fashion, Sandals, Shoes, Swedish Clogs | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Selecting Shoe for Toe Cleavage

From fashionpolice.net

From fashionpolice.net

  1. Determine how much toe cleavage you want to expose, which may depend upon the type of the shoe you wear. Some fashion experts feel that toe cleavage is not suited to pumps or flats, and should be reserved for heels only. Others feel that there should only be a hint of toe cleavage, with just a suggestion of the indentation between the toes.
  2. Consider the season before you select a shoe with which to show off toe cleavage. Many women feel that toe cleavage should be reserved for warmer months for the practical reason of keeping your feet warmer. One rule of thumb that has recently emerged in the world of fashion states that if you do not feel that open-toed shoes are appropriate, then toe cleavage is equally unsuitable.

    froms bostonist.com

    froms bostonist.com

  1. Select a shoe that will not only show off the appropriate amount of toe cleavage, but will also offer an adequate amount of support and protection for your feet. Some shoe designs that cater to toe cleavage trends may forgo safety and comfort in the service of fashion. Always treat your feet well, and never subject them to painful
  2. Purchase a shoe that you find visually appealing on your foot. When you select a shoe that shows off toe cleavage, it should be slightly daring in attitude and challenge traditional fashion rules, but it should also be flattering to your feet. Bring an honest friend along to determine whether a specific shoe is right for your foot, and whether you have the toe cleavage to wear it appropriately.

    from webshots.com

August 27, 2009 Posted by | Fashion, Nursing, Sandals, Shoes, Swedish Clogs, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Summer Sale on Cape Clogs

Hello again world Michael’s Clogs is back running again and blogging (well at least once a week). We were away working on deals and a credit card processor. Thank you Canadian Banks for not giving the card processor we need but thank you PayPal for letting us continuing to go forward. So, to all customer please sign-up with Pay Pal and place your orders. Every one can get a 10% discount by using “yahoo groups” in the disount code spot.

Thank you Cape Clogs for lwtting us become the first wholesaler in Canada. Please email info@michaelhouseofclogs.com for selling opportunities.

June 10, 2009 Posted by | Uncategorized | , | Leave a comment