Garnet Mid Kliva Clog
“KLIVA” Swedish [verb] “to stride”
A new classic. Our best-selling Kliva clog is a twist on our classic-style Swedish clog with a strap to the back for a confident stride. This is a versatile everyday, every-season style. The Kliva is strong style with attitude. Create the contrast with floaty fabrics and a leather jacket. Our best-selling Garnet leather is a rich oxblood colour that compliments all wardrobes. Try pairing with other deep, jewel tones for a classic and timeless look.
Our Mid Kliva clog has stapled leather uppers with a rounded toe and a strap to the back. The dark Alder wood base has a 70mm heel so comfortable you can have the height without the feel of wearing heels. All of our wooden bases are ergonomically shaped inside and out for comfort and have a rubber grip on the sole. With time and wear both the leather and wooden base will soften and begin to mould to the shape of your foot.
This style has a snug, slightly narrower fit to our 30mm and 50mm styles. The same fit as our Mid Klassisk but with the added security of a strap. Our Mid 70mm heel wooden bases come up a little smaller in length although the leather uppers are fairly roomy and will give with time. Depending on your unique fit and foot width, you may need to go up a size. Please refer to the measurements provided in our SIZE GUIDE to help you to choose the right size.
The fit and feel of each of our clogs varies. If you have a wider or narrower foot it may be that certain styles are better suited to you. Please bear this in mind and refer to the measurements and information in our SIZE GUIDE carefully before ordering.
To help you to choose the right size for the style you have chosen, please read the product descriptions carefully and refer to the wooden base measurements below. For full sizing information and advice visit our KITTY SIZE GUIDE.
Choosing your size:
- Length / Measure your foot from toe to heel and compare this to the measurements for the relevant heel height below.
- Width / Measure the width of the ball of your foot and compare this to the measurements for the relevant heel height below.