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Husband and wife team Peter Kjellerup and Mandy Cabot are the force behind Dansko, an employee-owned footwear company based in Pennsylvania. Dansko boasts a vast and colorful inventory of great-looking, great-fitting shoes for men and women. The dynamic duo was inspired by a pair of clogs they discovered in a small European shop. They were instantly smitten. The couple brought the funky, oh-so-comfy clog concept back the United States and decided to launch a business. Although comfort clogs are still a huge part of the Dansko business model, the founders' vision has greatly expanded. Today, there's a Dansko clog, wedge, sneaker, and boot for virtually every foot.

When summer rolls around, Dansko's sandal collection takes center stage. At Dansko, comfort and functionality always come first. Before every new shoe style rolls out, the company works hard to guarantee a perfect fit and ensure maximum comfort. Every Dansko collection has its own "last," a three-dimensional model that determines how the shoe will look and fit. The Dansko sandal collection is no exception. Every Dansko sandal, from the classic Thea to the studded Deandra, receives the same care and attention as the company's iconic clogs.

Consumers rave about Dansko's stylish design, quality construction, and durability. Every Dansko sandal is fashioned from top-notch materials. The leathers the company works with are chosen for their exceptional strength, suppleness, and vibrant color. People who spend the bulk of the day on their feet adore the all-day comfort and stability that every pair of Dansko shoes and sandals provides. Nurses, teachers, daycare workers, waitresses find Dansko sandals take the pain and strain out of the workday. Dansko shoes are subjected to rigorous testing at all stages of production, so they get consistently high ratings in term of abrasion resistance, durability during foot flexion, and overall strength. Dansko sandals can be relied on to carry their weight day after day after day.