The Naot Bjorn is a comfortable everyday clog with inside gore for adjustability & has padding around the instep and heel for extra comfort. This style features padded technical lining at the front which provides comfort and absorbs moisture. Naot's removable, anatomic cork & latex footbed is wrapped in pampering suede and molds to the shape of the foot with wear. The Men's Scandinavian Collection features a 1.5" polyurethane sole which is extremely lightweight, durable & slip resistant
  • Fit: True to size, half sizes should size up
  • Sole Material: Polyurethane
  • Heel Height: 1.5″
  • Width: Medium Width
  • Slip Resistant: Yes
  • Orthotic Friendly: Yes
  • Removable Footbed: Yes
  • Country of Origin: Handmade in Israel
  • Features: Hallux Support, Elevated Footbed Center, Arch Support, Deep Heel Indentation, Flexible, Durable, Shock Absorbing, Comfort, Lightweight

What #Naotics are saying about Bjorn:

After 22 years on a snowboard, I now have pronation issues and Achilles tear on left foot, and two knee surgeries and current tibia nerve damage on right leg/foot. This shoe is my future. Thank you Naot Bjorn clog for giving me a stable shoe that is getting me back on the board. You rock. You also look great with chinos and a wool blazer. I will order in brown as well.” “I use this shoe at work in a clinical setting. It is very comfortable and more masculine than most of the clog type shoes that I was considering. It is very comfortable and appears to be well made. I used to wear Clarks shoes, but I find these Naot styles to be a little more geared towards what style I am needing, not only for clinic work but for weekends around the house too!” “I bought this shoe in black and brown and I really like it. I needed clogs due to surgery I had on my foot, so there would be no pressure on the back of my foot. For now I am wearing them as dress and casual shoes but will wear them solely as casual shoes when I am healed. They look and feel good. Thanks Naot for making my foot pain more bearable!” SHOP THE BJORN ON WWW.NAOT.COM
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