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Every fashion era has its clog. In the '70s, Miami-based shoe brand MIA elevated this functional footwear to disco-ready heights with their Abba Clog. (It remains a best-seller to this day!) In the '90s, Rocket Dog and Steve Madden churned out mall-ready styles making the clunky shoe synonymous with a certain type of lo-fi Brooklyn style. And now, the clogs of the current era are more predictably available to suit every possible taste — whether that's a Scandinavian-influenced wood-soled iteration, an ultra-luxury take from a venerated French fashion house, or, of course, a foam rubber foot-cover available in every print and color under the sun.
While clogs have been chugging along in the background for much of the previous decade, 2020 seems to be the banner year for a clog that offers a higher level of softness that its hard-soled counterparts. While similar in shape and style, these clogs are lined in a variety of pliable fibers (faux fur, fleece, or shearling) for an added dose of insulation on top of the ease and comfort that clogs are cherished for. It makes sense that such snuggly add-ons are on the rise — given the year we've had, a fuzzy foot hug is just what we need. Ahead, discover a selection of the coziest and coolest fur-lined clogs this decade has to offer.
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