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Switch Up Your Style With These Funky Tie-Dye Clogs

From clothes to shoes and even accessories, tie-dye print is having a moment. The funky colorful print became popular in the 1960s and 1970s with the rise of hippie fashion and associated movements. When combined with the easy-going nature of clogs, it makes for a psychedelic take on a comfortable shoe. Clogs can be put implemented into casual, everyday wear but they also can be useful for medical professionals and anyone on their feet all day. And, if you are a master gardener, you might want a pair of these, too. Ahead, shop some of our favorite styles.

1. Crocs Tie-Dye Clogs

Crocs transforms its classic clog silhouette with colorful tie-dye uppers

Pros: Made from the brand’s signature Croslite material, these clogs are comfortable and flexible with a backstrap for added security. They are water-friendly. Ventilation ports help keep feet cool and fresh.

Cons: These may run large.

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2. Dansko XP 2.0 Clogs

Designed for exceptional support and comfort, Dansko takes the tie-dye trend and turns it into a professional style best suited for anyone on their feet for hours at a time.

Pros: This style is lighter than previous models from the brand with an ergonomically designed, dual-density footbed for comfort. The brand’s Natural Arch technology provides a lifted base for your arches so they don’t tire out. Plus, a slip-resistant outsole keeps you stable on wet, dry or oily surfaces.

Cons: The arch support may be too high for anyone with flatter feet.

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Dansko XP 2.o Metallic Tie Dye clog.
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3. Bogs Patch Tie-Dye Clogs

Tackle gardening and muddy settings in Bogs’ 100% waterproof clogs with a seamless, chafe-reducing construction.

Pros: You can find stability in these shoes thanks to their durable rubber outsole and built-in heel kick that makes for easy on-off wear. The brand’s Max-Wick lining absorbs moisture from water and sweat and features DuraFresh technology to fight off stinky odors.

Cons: The open back design may not protect ankles from mud or water.

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