Stegmann Clogs Redux

My second pair of Stegmann clogs


If you’ve read my bio here, you know that what I consider to be my first serious thrift store score was a pair of navy Stegmann clogs costing a mere $5.99 at the Goodwill store in Portland, Maine. They were in pristine shape and seemed already molded to my feet the moment I put them on. Despite loving them, and wearing them into the ground, I haven’t been able to bring myself to cough up the $90 required for a new pair. Maybe someday I’ll find another one in a thrift shop, I’ve told myself.

Well, yesterday was apparently that day. And the deal was even better than the first time. Yesterday, I paid $.99 for a pair of nearly new navy Stegmann clogs in my size at a local Volunteers of America store. My feet are in heaven, and so is my wallet. This is why I thrift.


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