Care Guides

Sanita Care Guide

Fashion - Wood Outsole 
General Product Features

This collection is the foundation of the Sanita brand and holds longevity for comfort, quality, and fashion in it's design. Our wood is selected for it's beautiful flawless elemts as well as it's ease in crafting and anatomically correct foot bed. The style speaks for itself and breaks the boundaries of conventional footwear.

Selected Wood heel components harvested from FCS approved sustainable forests.

Anatomically correct footbeds carved to cradle the foot for the best arch support.

Flex sole is made by a mix of wood and rubber, which combines the fashionable look from wooden soles with the comfort from rubber soles.

Heel Heights Include:
Plateau: 9 cm
Traditional Clog: 4.5 cm
Square: 7 cm
Flex - High: 7 cm
Flex - Low: 3 cm
Sandal: 5 cm

Comfort - Soft Outsole 
General Product Features

The design creates a subtle rocking motion that propels you forward while taking pressure off each step. This movement reduces the strain on your lower back and legs.

Polyurethane (PU) outsole constructed and reinforced with a hard plastic frame to provide stability and durability

Anatomically shaped footbed engineered for arch support and a roomy toe box

Rocker bottom construction allows natural motion from heel to toe encouraging healthy stride

Full leather insock with no seams at the heel or toe, for optimal comfort on all heel heights.

Heel Heights Include: 
Original: 5 cm

Water Resistant Oil Leather

The water resistant oil leather is tested according to European norm EN ISO 5403:2002 prepared by European Committee for Standardization - This international standard specifies a method for determining the dynamic water resistance of leather. It is applicable for all flexible leathers but is particularly suitable for leather intended for footwear uppers. The water resistance of the leather along with the OIL finish ensures easy care of the leather.
Note: Due to their construction the clogs are not water proof!

How to Care for Your Clog


Our patents can be wiped down with soap and water or with a clean damp or soft dry cloth


Clean with damp cloth or bursh with soft metal brush. User waterproof spray for protection


Clean with damp cloth or brush with a soft metal brush. Use waterproof spray for protection

Oil Leather

Our oil leathers have a heavy oil finish and scuffs can easily be rubbed out. Clean with water or soap on a damp cloth. Spots can also be brushed off with a soft metalbrush befpre adding oil leather restorer for an upper in nearly new condition.

Waxy Leather

Clean with damp cloth and add neutral shoe wax/shoe shine.


Our various textiles can be cleaned with a damp cloth. Use waterproof spray for protection. Waxed canvas can be cleaned with a damp cloth.

Soft Leather

A very soft and light milled leather. Clean with damp cloth before adding neutral leather cream.


Our aniline leather has a light and soft touch. Clean with damp cloth before adding neutral leather cream.

Nubuck and Yak

The Nubuck or Yak has a brushed grain, which gives a silky feel. Clean with damp cloth or brush with a soft metal brush. Spray with a commercial waterproofing spray.

FG Leather

This leather is a full grain leather than can be restored by wiping down dirt and scuffs with a soft dry or damped cloth. Condition with neutral leather cream.

Pull Up Leather

Clean with a damp cloth before adding neutral leather cream.

Pu Leather

Our Pu Leather is a coated leather that is water resistant. Clean with water or soap on a damp cloth.


Our Neutral cow furs are best handled by a light spray of commercial waterproofing and spot cleaned witha damp cloth

Brushed Leather

This leather is polished to a high-sheen. Clean with a damp cloth before adding neutral leather cream.

Printed Leather

Clean with a damp cloth. Use waterproof spray for protection

Distressed Leather

Clean with a damp cloth or brush with a soft metal brush. Use waterproof spray for protection.

Pu Soles

Clean with water or soap on a damp cloth. When you dry the shoes after cleaning, never leave them in a hot spot, as it will make the leather shrink and pull the clog and footbed out of shape.

Wood Soles

Clean with warm soapy water on a damp cloth. Water will not damage the wood, the important thing is just dry slowly - no direct sunlight or on the radiator. If a piece chips off the sole it can be glued back on. Wood that has faded can be freshened up using oil, dark furniture stain or wood dye.

Let your Sanita clogs age gracefully



Glerups Care Guide

Wool is temperature regulating
Many people use wool to keep warm, but in fact wool can also help keep the body cool. That's because wool absorbs moisture without feeling damp, up to 70% by weight by the way! - This significantly outperforms synthetic fibers or cotton. It is particularly advantageous in the summer when it is hot outside. This way no matter how much you perspire you can stay feeling dry and temperature regulated.

- “Wool has always been used by both children and adults. It has a natural ability to adapt to the body's needs in all weather conditions, and it also "controls" the indoor climate in a room. That's why it boosts one's overall well-being year-round, inside and out,” explains Hadleigh Smith, Market Development Manager, New Zealand Merino Company, which supplies our New Zealand wool to glerups.

Wool is self-cleaning
Wool is a natural product with self-cleaning properties. This is due to the natural fat of the wool fiber, lanolin. As the sheep get wet, a process is created between the lanolin and the sheep's natural basic salts from perspiration, which together form a natural soap that cleans the wool. To some extent, we benefit from the same characteristics when the wool is transformed into a blouse or a pair of slippers. Therefore, it is not necessary to wash wool products very often - in fact, they are better off just being left to breathe for a nice day in the garden. Yet another benefit for you and nature.

Wool is breathable
Wool is not only sweat-absorbent, but also breathable, naturally! Wool regulates the temperature on the skin, the same way in fact it would for the sheep in nature. This is why you can easily wear wool when you are active in the forest, on the beach or at home in the garden because it transports moisture away from the body. Of course, this also applies to the feet. Just be aware that wool works best on bare skin, which is why we recommend using your slippers with no socks. Bare feet are always best for glerups!

A natural product
Precisely because the wool is a natural product, very small vegetable fibers (grass or straw) may appear in the felt from time to time. We at glerups choose not to chemically strip our wool to prevent this from happening - we feel it also helps show how natural your footwear is!

Your glerups will typically shed for the first 3-5 weeks you wear them. This is usually due to the natural treatment of our wool and the compression underfoot to create your own custom footbed. If you find your slippers have started to shed, you just simply remove the woolen nappies and continue to use your glerups quite normally. This process will subside over time. You will also experience color differences from production to production - this is also natural when working with 100% wool as glerups choose to use non toxic chemicals to dye our colors. Variation means you will get a pair unique to you!