The new Stüssy x Birkenstock collab proves that clogs are always in style

Stüssy x Birkenstock say clogs are here to stay

Xenia Adonts wears black leather Hermes studded clogs / shoes, during the Twilly By Hermes : Launch Party In Paris, on July 01, 2021 in Paris, France
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Trends come and go, one minute we’re obsessed with flares and '70s fashion trends, and then suddenly it's all about the 2000s. But there are some pieces that never go out of style, and will always be an essential part of our capsule wardrobes. And there’s one item, in particular, we’re thinking of—and the Stussy x Birkenstock collaboration just proved us right—Clogs!

What can we say about clogs, they’re chunky, they’re a little rough around the edges but damn they’re cute. 

This is now an official clogs stan-account. Clogs will always be in style because they’re sophisticated, cool, and look effortless with a  pair of jeans. If you don’t believe us, then believe Stüssy and Birkenstock who have just announced a new collaboration.

The new collection is dropping soon, but the brands have already collaborated on two pairs, in ‘anthracite’ which is a chocolatey brown, and ‘bone’ which is a very light, creamy pink. They have Birkenstocks' iconic Boston silhouette and are made from 100% cotton Corduroy-debossed suede.

They also feature the signature anatomically designed footbed, dark brown suede lining, and the Stüssy logo on the outside. Unsurprisingly they are sold out in the US, but you can still get your hands on the brown in the UK.

According to Hypebeast, the new, second collection will feature a caramel brown and dusty pink colorway—the excitement is real!

STÜSSY, STÜSSY & BIRKENSTOCK Boston Clog in Anthracite, $185 |£145

These clogs come in two colorways, anthracite and bone. Both colors are currently sold out in the US, however, shoppers in Europe and the UK can still buy the anthracite clog.

At least we know there's another collection on its way! View Deal

The best clogs to buy now

Clogs are such versatile footwear. Where sandals are for summer, a clog can be worn all year round because they’re closed over the toe, and some even come with a fluffy lining—what's not to love?

You can also dress them up or down. The Stüssy Birkenstocks are a more casual style as they’re flat—but you can find yourself some chic heeled clogs. 

Clogs are guaranteed to elevate any look, whether you're throwing on some heeled clogs for a date or sliding on some flats for a chilly walk—and luckily for you, we've found some perfect alternatives we'll wait for the new Stüssy x Birkenstock collection...

Birkenstock, Boston Oiled Leather, $135|  £95.00

A great alternative if you missed the boat on the first Stüssy x Birkenstock drop.

These clogs are made from oiled leather, in the shade tobacco, and feature the famous anatomical footbed. 


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Zara, Wooden Leather Clogs, $149 £99.99

Hello, sophistication! These clogs are the perfect pair of shoes to add to your dream capsule wardrobe.

They have a vintage look, and would go perfectly with everything from a dress to a pair of trousers!View Deal

Zara, Wooden Leather Clogs with studs, $149 |  £99.99

Similar to the ones in tan, but these give us Prada vibes. These will go with everything, and thanks to their studs - will give your outfit a bit of edge.View Deal

Everlane, The clog,  $68 | £65

These Everlane clogs are 100% leather and the cutest tan and wood combo. Just picture these with some mom jeans and a flowy white shirt.View Deal

Naomi Jamieson
Naomi Jamieson

Naomi is a trainee News Writer with the Women's Lifestyle team. She has a background in design, having studied Illustration at Plymouth University but has taken a leap into the world of journalism after always having a passion for writing. She currently writes pieces on fashion, wellbeing, and entertainment for GoodTo and My Imperfect Life and is training for an NCTJ Qualification. 

Before working for Future Publishing’s Lifestyle News team, she worked in the Ad production team. Here she wrote and designed adverts on all sorts of things, which then went into print magazines across all genres. Now, when she isn’t writing articles on celebs, fashion trends, or the newest shows on Netflix, you can find her drinking copious cups of coffee, drawing and probably online shopping.