Swedish Clogs Take '10 Spring Fashion by a Storm

At last, clogs are receiving some long overdue attention. Top-name fashion designers are incorporating Swedish clogs into their fashion footwear lines with new variations like kitten heels, platforms, sling backs, and great textures. The new styles allow women and teens to share their appreciation for the wooden footwear. In their simplest form, authentic clogs are still embraced. Cape Clogs (http://www.capeclogs.com) are made in Sweden by a family of six-generation cobblers using eco friendly material, Alder (birch) wood and Italian leather. With a lower price point and vibrant patterns, Cape Clogs offers on-trend styles for 2010.

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“It’s thrilling to see clogs growing as a fashion trend, and to be a part of this hot shoe movement. Clogs exude youth and energy. They are made for all," said Cape Clogs' Founder, Pamela Irving.

Bourne, MA (PRWEB) February 20, 2010

High-end fashion designers worldwide are jumping on the clogs footwear bandwagon for Spring. The simple wooden shoe has undergone a fashion makeover and taken the world of women's clothing and accessories by a storm. Top name designers have been filling the runways with Spring previews of sexy leather clogs in all colors, heels, platforms and styles. Clogs are a must-have accessory.

Clogs are not just for models and fashionistas. Since 2006 Cape Clogs, a Massachusetts-based company has taken this wooden shoe to new heights with printed patterns, florals, patent leather, wool, and open toe looks while also making the comfortable eco-friendly Swedish footwear affordable to all buyers. Clogs are easy on the foot and spine. They allow toes to spread out even while providing wearers with additional height. Plus, they can be worn with hippie-chic dresses to dark jeans and a tee.

Cape Clogs can be seen on the feet of television stars and celebrities. These personalities appreciate the high quality, handcrafted footwear made of Alder (birch) wood and genuine Italian leather similar to versions from top-name designers. A striking difference is that Cape Clogs are made of solid wood and hand-cobbled by a sixth generation traditional clog maker in Sweden, making them authentic Swedish orthopedic clogs.

"It's thrilling to see clogs growing as a fashion trend, and to be a part of this hot shoe movement. Clogs exude youth and energy. They are made for all," said Cape Clogs' Founder, Pamela Irving. "Shoe lovers everywhere can find the perfect pair of clogs at Cape Clogs this spring and summer. We have an assortment of styles that include traditional, hand-painted, and funky to sexy open-toe high heel clogs. Cape Clogs designs for men, women and children."

Cape Clogs' footwear is available at 500 retailers nationwide and online at http://www.capeclogs.com. For sizing information, retail locations, and photos of all the new Spring styles, visit http://www.capeclogs.com.

About Cape Clogs:
Cape Clogs is a leading privately held designer, distributor and marketer of fashion forward Swedish clogs that exude personality and youthful energy with vivid signature prints. Based in Cape Cod, Massachusetts, Cape Clogs offers a wide range of clogs for men, women and children in the work and lifestyles categories. It has established sales distribution in traditional footwear channels, including independent boutiques, uniform suppliers, sporting goods stores, and other retail catalog and website partners. Cape Clogs has an exclusive partnership with Torpatofflen AB, a sixth-generation traditional clog manufacturer located in Småland, Sweden. For a full product catalog or purchasing, visit http://www.capeclogs.com.

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