Clothes of the Eighties, Dr. Scholl's clogs
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Sex: F
Type of clothing: clogs
When it was popular: 1980
Description: EVERYONE wore these when I was a kid and you could buy them at the drug store. I believe they came in white, blue and red.
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Gel - April 20, 2008 - Report this comment
Did they come in any other colors besides that?
Rita - December 17, 2008 - Report this comment
I had a pair in Blue. I was 9yrs old in "82".
Angela - January 17, 2009 - Report this comment
I wanted these (red of course!) SO badly when I was in kindergarten (1982) but my mom thought they were unsafe with the open toe and lack of support. I just wanted to emulate ALL of the older kids who wore them, I'm sure!
nightbirdenchanted - March 20, 2009 - Report this comment
They came in other colors too, I had a red pair and they came in a like a tan and black too, I also had a black pair, funny thing is they made tons of noise used to drive my mother crazy clop clop clop lol
Jenny - April 05, 2009 - Report this comment
Ah, I had the blue ones!! My feet would never stay in them!
Val - April 29, 2009 - Report this comment
They sold these in the nordstrom bp shoe dpt just about 5 years ago. They may still have them. They are hard as h*** and I wouldent recomend wearing them.
blueyedevil - June 08, 2009 - Report this comment
There's a place called Vermont Country Store (.com) that still sells these; $50. I had a blue pair when I was a kid. My Mom always had a pair, and we would wear them to the beach. I don't remember them being uncomfortable; I actually considered getting a pair!
Megan - July 31, 2009 - Report this comment
My mom actually had a couple of these...these were the loudest dang shoes I have ever heard if you are walking through the mall.
Atilano - May 30, 2010 - Report this comment
I had a pair of Scholls plain clogs and they were excellent. I had to paint a lot of big wall drawings and stand on my feet for hours.
lesah5 - July 31, 2010 - Report this comment
My mom wore these ugly things. I would put them on and try to walk in them but way to uncomfortable. Just saw a picture of someone famous wearing a pair. These should never make a come back.
bellbottomblues - November 03, 2010 - Report this comment
omg, those shoes were 'SiCK'!! remember the excersoles? everyone had a pair. they were an ugly rusty color but were cool! Levis were also the "balls". I went back to an old friends shoe store and asked him if he had an old pair of clogs I could buy. he took about an hour looking for them in his stores attic but, he found a size 8 and I bought them. The glue was so old and I wore them so much, the heels fell off.
laura - April 26, 2013 - Report this comment
My mom came home in hawaii with some very similar to these in how the wedge was thicker and handcarved and painted with tropical designs. I would give my eyeteeth if someone else knew what I was talking about or if it was exclusive to Hawaii. And as for the sound, yes! I was told by a lady that recalled them when I went back to Oahu in 04, that she thought they were called Klonka's or Klunk's because the wood made just that sound! I loved them and could kick myself for not getting a bunch while they were around!! Laura Kibben on Facebook.
Nikki - December 14, 2013 - Report this comment
I had all colors when I was a little girl. I wore them all of the time and I thought yhey were comfortable. Would love to have them again.
Kim - February 13, 2014 - Report this comment
I had these shoes when I went to high school I wore them all of the time. I made my brother kiss the both of my toes or lick the foot bed of my shoes and if I got lucky that I stuck my sandals in gum or bubblegum I told my wonderful brother to clean my sticky shoes because you don't want to see me stuck to a hot pavement. The 80's was so great my bro would do anything for me.

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