Each $5.00 donation gives you a chance to win:
Donate as much as you like! More $5 donations = more chances to win! The chance to donate closes at midnight PST on Sunday, November 29th. We’ll announce the winner on Monday, November 30th. 100% of the proceeds will be split evenly between DIGDEEP Navajo Water Project, Amah Mutsun Land Trust, and Black Farmer Fund. (See more about these organizations below.)
This Thanksgiving, we are honored to be joining Reclaim Collaborative and a cohort of small businesses participating in the Redistribution Pledge as part of #ReclaimBlackFriday. In addition to this community fundraising campaign, we are also redistributing 10% of our total sales from November 26th to 29th to the organizations linked above. We are not a leader in this work, and for us, this work has started with self-education and listening. We hope you will join us, wherever you are in your journey. Thank you so much for supporting and amplifying the work and voices of Indigenous and Black leaders!
WHAT IS THE GRAND PRIZE?
One pair of made-to-order clogs of your choice—which you can order right after you win from our current collection or down the road!!!
WHAT IS #RECLAIMBLACKFRIDAY AND THE REDISTRIBUTION PLEDGE?#ReclaimBlackFriday is a call to action for redistributing wealth to those who have suffered the most because of historic and continual exploitation in America. Instead of offering sales or markdowns this Thanksgiving, we will be redistributing 10% of our total sales from November 26th to 29th to
DIGDEEP Navajo Water Project, Amah Mutsun Land Trust, and Black Farmer Fund, in addition to donating 100% of the proceeds from this community fundraiser.
DIGDEEP NAVAJO WATER PROJECT
More than 40% of Navajo families don’t have clean, running water, right here in the United States. DIGDEEP is working across the Navajo Nation, where families living below the poverty line are forced to buy expensive bottled water or haul dirty water from ponds and livestock throughs up to 50 miles away. They're developing new water sources, outfitting delivery trucks, and installing hot and cold running water in homes - making people happier, healthier and more equal. Because no American should struggle to live without clean, running water.
AMAH MUTSUN LAND TRUST
The Amah Mutsun Land Trust (AMLT), an initiative of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, is the vehicle by which the Amah Mutsun access, protect, and steward lands that are integral to their identity and culture. The AMLT returns its tribe to their ancestral lands and restores their role as environmental stewards. Due to their difficult history and generations of physical, mental, and political abuses, their land stewardship practices were disrupted, and much of their culture was lost. AMLT serves not only in the re-learning of their history and restoration of indigenous management practices, it also serves as a vehicle for healing. By restoring their traditional ecological knowledge and revitalizing their relationship to Mother Earth, they also restore balance and harmony to the lands of their ancestors.
BLACK FARMER FUND
The mission of Black Farmer Fund is to create a thriving, resilient, and equitable food system by investing in black food systems entrepreneurs and communities in New York. The Black Farmer Fund also serves as a bridge for black communities to participate in creating a food system that benefits those within and outside of black communities. They are defining wealth beyond financial and intellectual capital to include social capital and ancestral wisdom, to mitigate against climate change, exercise governance, strengthen solidarity, and preserve cultural and ancestral ways of being.
More About The Giveaway
If I make multiple $5.00 donations, is that more chances to win the grand prize?
Yes!! For example, if you buy 5 for $25.00, that’s 5 donations and 5 chances to win the clogs (and more money going towards a great cause!).
Which clogs could I win?
Any clogs from our current (or future!) collections!! You can order them right away, or we’ll issue you a gift card code that doesn’t expire for purchase later on down the road.
More About #ReclaimBlackFriday and The Redistribution Pledge
How much of the funds raised through this campaign will go to DIGDEEP Navajo Water Project, Amah Mutsun Land Trust, and Black Farmer Fund?
100% of the proceeds from this fundraiser giveaway will be split evenly between the three organizations.
How else can I help?
You can amplify this campaign with us by:
1. Directly supporting Indigenous or Black land-based organizations.
2. Purchasing products from businesses that are taking the Redistribution Pledge (linked on this page), as well as from Black and Indigenous businesses and creators.
3. Listening to and sharing this podcast or watching Instagram lives hosted by @ReclaimCollaborative on deconstructing America’s history and future.
4. Sharing content created by Indigenous and Black leaders to raise awareness on the problematic history of Thanksgiving and ways to consider redistribution during these holidays and beyond.
Why is Bryr participating in this campaign?
As a business that has benefitted from intersectional privilege, we decided to participate in this campaign because we believe it is important to acknowledge our privilege and to hold space for healing and positive change in our community. Thanksgiving has traditionally been a time for coming together with friends and loved ones to celebrate gratitude. We believe it can also be a time to acknowledge the history of trauma in our country and to help heal our communities.
We believe it is important to honor the original stewards of the land on which our business operates, and address the heavy toll that capitalism has taken, especially on Indigenous and Black communities. We want to encourage you, our community, to support initiatives driven by communities whose ancestors had their lands stolen from them and who were stolen from their lands.
If you have any other questions regarding the giveaway, feel free to email us at email@example.com. If you have any other questions regarding the Redistribution Pledge, please visit the Reclaim Collaborative website.
Thank you SO much for being here and for your support, whether that’s in the form of donations or spreading the word!!! It all helps
amplify the work and voices of Indigenous and Black leaders.
All of our clogs are handmade under one roof in San Francisco! We frequently update the MTO queue estimate above based on incoming orders and our production capacity. We do everything we can to make and ship your MTO clogs within this window; however, due to the nature of our production, we cannot guarantee an exact delivery date.
Bryr Size Chart:
Our bases are carved out of a solid piece of wood. We have four different bases: mid heel, high heel, platform, and worker. Our mid heel is 2 1/4" with a 1" front lift. Our high heel is 3 1/4" with a 1" lift. Our platform is roughly 2". Our worker clog is roughly 1 3/4". Please note, each heel type is available in different sizes.
We offer whole sizes only. If you are a half size, we recommend sizing down in our high-heel styles and sizing up in our block heel, platform, and worker clog styles. For example, if you are ordering a high heel and are in between an 8 and a 9, order an 8. If you are ordering a block heel, platform, or worker clog, order a 9. Please see below for more examples of what this might mean for you and the style/heel height you choose.
Platform and The Worker Clog, all styles
If you are between two full sizes, we suggest you size up in the platform & worker clog. For instance, if you are a between an 8 and a 9 and would like to order the Ursi or Worker Clog, we suggest you order a 9. If one foot is larger than the other, go with the size of the larger foot.
Block Heel, open toe styles
If you are between two full sizes, we suggest you size up in a block heel, open toe style as you will sit back on the base. For instance, if you are a between an 8 and a 9 and would like to order a Gabe block heel, we suggest you order a 9. If one foot is larger than the other, go with the size of the larger foot.
High Heel, open toe styles
With open toe styles in our high heel, your foot is more likely to slide forward a bit, especially in styles with a more open toe such as the sandal toe. If you are between two full sizes, we suggest you size down in a high heel, open toe clog. For instance, if you are a between an 8 and a 9 and would like to order Emma Cross Toe in a high heel, we suggest you order a 8. If one foot is larger than the other, go with the size of the larger foot.
Block heel, closed toe styles
In closed toe styles, your foot will stop where the leather does. If you are between two full sizes, we suggest you size up in a block heel, closed toe clog. This is because your foot will sit back on the base. For instance, if you are a between an 8 and a 9 and would like to order Gabe block heel, we suggest you order a 9. If one foot is larger than the other, go with the size of the larger foot.
High Heel, closed toe styles
In closed toe styles, your foot will stop where the leather does. If you are between two full sizes, we suggest you size down in a high heel, closed toe clog. This is because your foot will slide forward slightly in a high heel. For instance, if you are a between an 8 and a 9 and would like to order Chloe, we suggest you order a 8. If one foot is larger than the other, go with the size of the larger foot.
Please note that as of 9/20/19, we started referring to our sizes as US sizes. Our fit and sizing have NOT changed. Our bases are made for us in Europe, and they are stamped with a European size on the bottom of the base. However, over the years we have found that this base size does not correspond exactly to international sizing info, and this has caused some confusion. To keep it simple and make things clearer, going forward we will only refer to the US size. Don't worry, we have done the research and translated the size accurately, and we know the info we are sharing is correct! Please note that our sizing has NOT changed. If you have ordered with us in the past, you can order by the US size listed on your previous order. If you do not have access to that order, please email us and we can assist you. Thanks for your patience.
More questions? We've got answers. Check our out FAQ page, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you find an exchange is necessary, please ensure clogs are new, unworn and undamaged. Fill out your reasoning on the back of your packing slip and enclose the slip with your clogs, affixing the prepaid USPS return label on your box. You may drop your package at any USPS location or schedule a free pick up by visiting USPS.com.
The buyer assumes all responsibility for any damage sustained during shipment, so please package carefully. Bryr Studio is not responsible for packages lost or damaged during transit.
If your return is approved, you will automatically be issued a digital gift code for the cost of the clogs, less shipping, to your email within 3-5 business days of arrival at our studio. You do not need to reach out to us via email. Gift codes do not expire and may be used online and in store. Any additional purchases will be made and shipped within our stated production turnaround time. We do not expedite exchange orders.
International customers, please reach out to us at email@example.com to arrange an exchange. All international customers are responsible for shipping, taxes and duties levied by your country. Bryr is not responsible for any additional charges you may incur during shipping, receiving and returning.
All sale items, including Online Sample Sale, are final sale and non-refundable.
Our socks are fully refundable if unworn with tags still attached. Please see above for more information!
We stand by the craftsmanship of our goods. If you have any questions or concerns about your clogs, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll take care of you!
Please note that we do not accept returns on clogs that have been chipped. Our clog bases are made of solid wood, and if struck against a hard surface with sufficient force, will chip. This is the nature of wooden bases, not a material defect. To learn more about our clogs and how to care for them, please see our care page.
To join our waitlist, click into the product, select style and color, and click "notify me". You'll automatically receive an email as soon as that item is available again!
Please note that unless specified in the product description, all of our clogs are handmade and made-to-order (MTO) under one roof in San Francisco! If you see an inventory number, please check the product description to confirm if the item is MTO or in-stock, as the inventory may indicate that materials are limited rather than readymade.