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  1. They’re also great for working outside when the ground is mucky from all the rain and slipping off when you want to come inside. No joke, the groundskeeper on the property we lived on in Holland wore them. He was a great crotchety old man who only spoke Dutch.

  2. Not sure, I wasn’t particularly familiar with his feet other than he walked around in wooden clogs. But I know that you don’t wear them with socks, which we tried with our own clogs. The proper way to wear them is with another softer slipper type shoe inside. It’s tougher than socks (I think they resemble aqua-socks) but not a whole other tough shoe. Then you can slip off the clogs to go inside.

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