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About Dansko

If you have ever worn a pair of Dansko shoes, I am sure you know what all the fuss is about when it comes to this popular line of clogs and shoes. Not only are they some of the most comfortable types of shoes to wear in almost any environment, they have evolved over their mere twenty years of existence into something of fashion and style.

The brain child of husband and wife Mandy Cabot and Peter Kjellerup, Dansko shoes hit the market in the US in 1990 with a fervor and intensity that was uncalculated. First discovered as a shoe with the comfort and durability to wear around horse barns, the shoe was brought back to the US by Mandy and Peter after a horse buying trip to Denmark. Being a surprise to the founders, the shoes popularity continued to gain ground. Before long, they were bringing clogs back from Denmark and selling them out of the back of their station wagon.

Unlike their predecessors, Dansko clogs have an anatomically contoured foot bed allowing for the perfect individualized fit and comfort. With the rocker designed sole, Dansko shoes contribute to correct alignment and posture eliminating back, hip and knee pain. For these reasons, Dansko clogs have become a favorite of not only medical professionals, but professionals in many fields. Today, Dansko offers a line of shoes specific to the medical profession in colors long associated within that profession.

The evolution of Dansko shoes has been a short one. In only a little over twenty years, the product line of Dansko has grown to include clogs, sandals, boots, heels and flats in a multitude of colors and patterns for men, women and children. The only thing that has remained consistent in the Dansko line is the dedication to quality and comfort.

If you have never worn a pair of Dansko shoes, you really don’t know what you are missing. carries many different styles, colors and patterns for the entire family. The search for the perfect shoe doesn’t have to take you to Denmark, it can be found today at, no farther than your keyboard.