Dressing for trip clogs
The leathers are secured in such a way that your foot can get in and out of the clog a little too tightly. The part of the hood where there is no cushion is kept tight over the edge of the top of the clog. You indicate with a pencil the place where the hood should be placed.
You can fasten the hoods with nails that we supply.
Incidentally, the hood leathers last longer than the wooden clogs. This is certainly the case if you grease them occasionally. Then you can easily transfer the straps to your next pair of trip clogs.