If you define your personal style as streamlined and fashionable, turn to the brand’s latest iteration. The Yao, designed with slender straps, a tailored geo design, and metallic hardware brings a casual-yet-elevated femininity to a traditionally androgynous lineup.
STYLES COME AND GO.
THE FOOTBED IS FOREVER.
Season after season, Birkenstock releases new uppers with fresh, on-trend designs. The one thing that endures? The original footbed.Read the story
If your ideal style is equal parts easy and practical, the Gizeh is for you. Designed with the effortlessness of a flip flop and the support of a wellness shoe, this brand classic is a no-frills favorite. Add a little awe in a bold metallic or patent leather color.shop THE Gizeh
Make space next to your Converse Chuck Taylors and Dr. Martens 1460s. The iconic Birkenstock Arizona — as adored today for its double buckles and signature footbeds as is was at its 1973 debut—undeniably stands the test of time.shop THE Arizona
The next generation of the toe-loop sandal is here. But, unlike the gem-clad heels that doubled as foot jewelry in the early 90s, the 2019 revision is minimalist and sensible. For a slim-strapped, secure slide with vintage vibes, turn to the Birkenstock Mayari.shop THE Mayari
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With Birkenstock shoes, wellness, comfort, and the fine art of shoemaking come first. From iconic Birkenstock sandals for sale to casual clogs, you'll feel the difference in these quality classics.
It couldn't be easier to trust an environment-friendly footwear brand that's stayed in step for over 240 years. It's named for original German shoemaker Johann Birkenstock, whose quality craftsmanship became a tradition passed down to generation after generation. The roots of modern Birkenstock sandals and its other outdoorsy shoes trace back to 1897, when Konrad Birkenstock manufactured the company's first contoured footbeds, starting a new era of pioneering more naturally fitting, comfortable insoles. In 1969, flexible - and environmentally sustainable - cork soles were first introduced. In 1973, advances in molding techniques allowed Birkenstock shoes and sandals to be made in a wider variety of sizes and shapes than most brands offered at the time.
Today, Birkenstock footbeds are more durable and shock-absorbing than ever, thanks to combining natural latex and cork with other innovations based on medical research. Beyond the sole-hugging insoles, expect one or more premium fabrics like leather, nubuck, or suede to further the tailored feel. Signature straps - two for best-selling Arizona sandals, three for Florida sandals, and one for the Birkenstock's Gizeh thongs - plus rugged buckles add some refined yet rustic appeal. Mayari sandals play off those strapping variations, while Birkenstock Boston clogs offer extra warmth and stability. Whether you're hanging out on campus, sipping wine in a city cafe, riding a bike through the burbs, walking beach boardwalks, programming code, or at an outdoor concert, you'll feel great all day in these comfy contoured footwear.