We stand by the craftsmanship of our clogs and we want you to love and enjoy them. Every pair of Bryr clogs are handmade in our studio. We use natural leathers and traditional hand making techniques. Our materials are natural and as such, show grain and textures. We love that about them and we think it’s what makes them special. With the proper care, you should be able to enjoy your clogs for years. Please see below for tips on keeping your clogs in great condition.
To read more about our process, see here (https://www.bryrstudio.com/pages/about)
Please note, we are unable to alter styles nor do we accept exchanges or returns for stains, spills, or regular wear and tear.
For all these treatments, we recommend going to a shoe repair store for supplies. Support your local cobbler!
For the wood
Our bases are carved from a solid block of lindenwood. We chose this wood because it’s strong, beautiful and long lasting. As a natural material, we ask that you please treat your clogs with some care. And remember, as a natural material, they are not indestructible.
If the outsole rubber falls off, do not wear your clogs. As the wood is soft, it will wear down immediately and become irreparable. Please take your clogs to your local cobbler. Any cobbler will be able to replace the outsole rubber.
To clean the wood:
We finish the wood of our clogs with wax, which is what gives them a beautiful, lightly polished look. You’re welcome to re-wax with any all natural wood wax. You can use a mild detergent to gently clean the wood surface prior to waxing.
Full Grain leather:
We are proud to say that all of leathers are manufactured in the United States by heritage tanneries. They are the highest quality, most durable and, in our humble opinion, absolutely gorgeous.
-You can polish full grain leather like any leather shoes, but we recommend using natural materials when possible so as to keep the leather in great shape for years
- Using shoe polish will extend the life of your shoes and may be a good choice if you live in a rainy climate
Please note, nubuck is not a suede! Nubuck has a soft, buttery surface.
And, because it’s a buffed, full grain leather, it’s far more durable than suede.
-Depending on the climate you live in and the amount you except to wear your clogs, a nubuck protectant spray can be used.
-For surface dirt and dust, use an all natural horsehair brush and buff the dirt away
-If you get a stain on the nubuck, we suggest taking them to your local cobbler to better understand your options