We Just Discovered Birkenstock has Colorful Gardening Clogs & They’re a Summer Must-Have

When summer rolls around we already know we’ll be sporting our go-to Birkenstock sandals every chance we get. The versatile footwear is perfect for practically every occasion. For the average gardener, however, you’ll be needing to switch out those trusty sandals for some protective gardening clogs instead. Luckily, Birkenstock has its own line of clogs that you can comfortably wear while keeping your toes safe and dry — and it’s a summer must-have.

Our mission at SheKnows is to empower and inspire women, and we only feature products we think you’ll love as much as we do. Please note that if you purchase something by clicking on a link within this story, we may receive a small commission of the sale.

More from SheKnows

Honestly, I’d want to wear these stunning hot pink clogs even when I’m not gardening. They’re perfect to slip on ahead of your errand days or trips to the beach. With shoes like crocs on the rise in daily fashion trends (you can thank celebs like Nicki Minaj and Justin Bieber for that), these Birkenstock clogs will be a way to stand out from the crowd while still being able to reap the comfy benefits.

Yep, we just might need a pair of these in every color in our wardrobe. And with a price as affordable as this, why not snag some clogs for the whole family as well?

Click here to read the full article.

Before you go, check out all of the cloth face masks available online in the gallery below:

Launch Gallery: The Cutest Kids Birkenstock Lookalikes—Starting at Just $9

Sign up for SheKnows’ Newsletter.
For the latest news, follow us on
Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Related Posts

7 essential gardening jobs to do in September

Jacky Parker PhotographyGetty Images September is the perfect month to tackle some important gardening jobs that will protect your lawn,

Ranch family keeps gardening tradition alive

CASCADE COUNTY — In Montana’s early years, settlers planted gardens to sustain themselves for an entire year. While this trend

Keep gardening after the first fall frost

There is nothing worse than frost in the forecast and a garden full of vegetables not quite ready for