Birkenstocks are the original. The classic quintessential sandal. In 1968, Margot Frasier first introduced Birkenstock sandals to America, and ever since they've been the benchmark for comfortable footwear. Birkenstocks feature contoured footbeds that distribute weight evenly, neutral heels for better posture, and plenty of room for toe-wiggling freedom. Today, Birkenstock makes more than 400 styles of sandals, shoes and clogs. Each is still built around Birkenstock's legendary footbed. Still hand-stitched. Still German-made. Enjoy our selection of Birkenstock sandals, shoes and clogs.
Love the new cream sole. I have two pairs. One is a light, bright turquoise (beautiful) and the other is brown. I just had my old Birkies resoled ($60) from a local authorized shoe store. I have had my old ones since the 1970's and have worn them in rain and shine.
Claire from Central Valley, California on 2014-07-06
Feels true to size,
Feels true to width,
Birks may not be the most "Stylish" shoes, but after hours on my feet they are the only shoes I want to put on at the end of the day...and the next day and the next...
These give me the Birkenstock healing while offering enough "cute" to wear with anything from jeans to skirts.
I want to own them in several colors!