Who should buy the Birkenstock Bartlett

Consider having a pair of this Birkenstock Bartlett if:

  • You like a high top and minimalist style shoe
  • You are considering durability as this is made of a rubber sole with a leather upper

Birkenstock Bartlett logo

Size and fit

The Birkenstock Bartlett is available in women’s sizes and men’s sizes. The shoe has a textile, suede, or leather upper that delivers a durable feel. Laces help adjust the fit while the high-top collar offers adequate security for the ankle.

Birkenstock Bartlett outsole

Style of Birkenstock Bartlett 

Plenty of colorways were released for the Birkenstock Bartlett. The women’s edition comes in black, taupe, sand, silver, coral, white, and metallic rose. Meanwhile, the men’s version is available in black, gray, cuoio, white, and mocha leather. These colors can be dressed up or down.

Birkenstock Bartlett design

The kicks would go well with skirts and dresses for the ladies, along with shorts, pants, skinny jeans, leggings, and joggers. Meanwhile, the Birkenstock Bartlett in men’s sizes can be paired with pants, jeans, chinos, and shorts. For the top, it can be a polo shirt, t-shirt, button-down, or sweatshirt. The sneakers have a classic cleat style that’s ideal for having a sophisticated yet relaxed get-up.

Birkenstock Bartlett components

Depending on the colorway, the upper of the high-top Birkenstock Bartlett for men and women is made up of suede leather, leather, or textile. It has a classic appeal, complemented by the rounded toe, rope or flat laces, and metal eyelets.

Birkenstock Bartlett upper

A pull-loop at the collar helps in putting the shoe on or off. The Birkenstock name is embossed on the heel tab. It’s also debossed on the tongue. Stitch details all over the upper give the shoe a preppy flair.

History of Birkenstock Bartlett

Birkenstock can trace its origins back to 1774 when Johann Adam Birkenstock was recorded to have worked as a shoemaker at a German church's archives. By 1896, his great-great-grandson, Konrad, had come up with the first contoured insole. Years later, the company began to produce the iconic Birkenstock sandals.

Birkenstock Bartlett lace

After the Second World War, the brand's sandals became popular among returning soldiers because of their orthopedic support. Between 1963 and 1964, the company turned out athletic sandals with soft footbeds, which were all the rage among gymnasts. Since then, the brand has created different styles to include in its footwear catalog.

Birkenstock Bartlett logo on tongue

Birkenstock sneakers have slowly become known for combining classic styles with comfort and support. One such sneaker that has been making the rounds is the Birkenstock Bartlett, a high-top model that can add a stylish touch to any outfit. It also provides sporty comfort along with high-quality details.

Birkenstock Bartlett midsole

The shoe is ideal for fashion-conscious men and women who don’t want to sacrifice comfort with style. Both in and out, this model delivers what modern individuals require to be on the move.

Nice to know

  • The lining of the footbed is made up of either leather or suede, delivering a durable feel.
  • Traction and support are offered by the sawtooth rubber sole.
  • The cork or latex footbed is contoured for comfort. It's also removable to accommodate orthotics.

Birkenstock Bartlett toe box

Facts / Specs

Style: Minimalist
Top: High
Inspired from: Casual
Closure: Laces
Material: Leather, Suede, Rubber Sole
Season: Spring, Fall
Features: Orthotic friendly / Removable insole

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Author
Danny McLoughlin
Danny McLoughlin

Danny is a sports nut with a particular interest in football and running. He loves to watch sports as much as he loves to play. Danny was lead researcher on RunRepeat and The PFA’s report into Racial Bias in Football Commentary. His football and running research has been featured in The Guardian, BBC, New York Times and Washington Post.