With summer comes a variety of new trends to look out for. We’re currently spotting an uprise in clog wearing this season. You can pair them with a silky flowy dress, biker shorts, or another rising trend – puddle pants. Birkenstocks are a fashion-savvy way to take on the summer heat in style and ease. 

There are a wide range of clogs to choose from. From Birkenstock’s collaboration with Proenza to a recent collaboration with New York’s hype-beast fashion market – Kith. “Needless to say, they are super comfortable. However, there are certainly some things to keep in mind before you start wearing them, whether you enjoy wearing a humble pair of Crocs or something more high-end like Rick Owens Birkenstocks,” said Complex.

Clogs give your feet a much-needed break from being laced up all of the time, so why not give your feet a rest and try out all of the Birkenstock clogs we’re currently loving this season?

Birkenstock Boston Clogs

The most clean-cut pair you can pair with anything, the Boston clogs are a must-have classic.

Arizona Birkenstocks

 

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Needing a fresh/ airy feel? The Arizona Birkenstocks are perfect for those sandy days at the beach.

Kith For Birkenstock Kyoto

 

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Featuring a suede two-tone nubuck leather, these super hip Birkenstocks have a single strap design and are super easy to wear.

Boston Leather Clogs

 

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Made for everyday comfort and wear, the Boston Leather clogs are a must for taking your outfits up a notch.

Stussy x Birkenstock

 

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From button-up shirts to corduroy pants, Birkenstock is reimagining the way we wear shoes through this classic corduroy textured clog.

Rick Owens x Birkenstock

 

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Whether it’s adding his own personal sense of style within his eponymous brand Rick Owens or serving as a namesake face in the fashion industry, the 59-year-old designer is now taking over the clog game with his own Birkenstocks.

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