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Lotta Clogs vs Swedish Hasbeens....advice please??

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FingersCrossedLegsNot Thu 21-Mar-13 14:50:48

I recently ordered a pair of Swedish Hasbeens but had to send them back as my feet were way too wide for them blush I still however really want something in a similar style, so I stumbled across Lotta Clogs. Am I likely to have the same problem with Lotta clogs, are they also very slim fitting....for your information my foot is 11 and a half cm at its widest! Advice please????

deweydells Fri 22-Mar-13 08:15:58

I have a pair of both and I also have wide feet. Lotta have a wider fitting than Hasbeens so you might be Ok. I'm normally a 5.5 and I had to go up to a 6 in Hasbeens and down to a 5 in Lotta.

TheCraicDealer Fri 22-Mar-13 12:10:47

I too lust after Swedish Hasbeens, but they're bloody pricey. These Clarks jobbies are a very similar style and half the price. And there are always discount codes floating about so you could get them cheaper.

Anyway, my point re. wideness is that Clarks (I find) fit my wide kebs without having to go to the "wide" fitting. You would also have the chance to try them on in store if you live near a branch that stocks them.

Bellebelle Fri 22-Mar-13 20:00:28

I too lust after Hasbeens but they are too narrow for my feet, I would love a pair of yellow ones. I've heard that the Lotta ones are wider but I don't like the style so much. A lot of shops seem to bring out clog style shoes now though on the back of the Hasbeen trend, I've got a fantastic pair from Gap which I've worn for 4 summers now. The shoes Hasbeen did for H&M were wider than normal, I've got a red pair, they still come up on ebay so worth a look.

monkeysmama Fri 22-Mar-13 20:41:49

Lottas are wider as others have said. I have both Lottas and Hasbeens and they're good quality. Next did some last year I was silly enough to buy. They sliced my feet to shreds.

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