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  • We’re Back and We’re Ready to Celebrate!

    By Brendan Carr on Wednesday, August 05, 2015

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    The Dansko Blog is back! We’ve returned refreshed, refocused and ready to celebrate being not your only shoes, just your favorites. But we’re also ready to celebrate your other favorite things, too. Over the next several months, we’ll be sharing stories about the other things that bring joy to all of our lives.

    Summer is the perfect season to spend time with your family. That’s why we’re celebrating our family all month long at The Dansko Blog! From people and products to philosophies and activities, you’ll discover the many unique traits that make family so special. This week, we spotlight the noticeable and not-so-noticeable elements that make our family of Dansko shoes your favorites –The Dansko DNA.
    Every one of us has DNA. It’s what makes us “us”. It’s what helps make our families so similar yet unique. You and your siblings or parents may share similar features, possess the same hearty laugh, or have the same lovable quirks. That’s all courtesy of DNA. Now what does all this DNA talk have to do with Dansko shoes? Well, just like people our family of shoes share similar traits while being uniquely individual. And that’s all due to the Dansko DNA!
    What is Dansko DNA?
    It’s what makes our shoes your favorites. Dansko DNA is composed of the fundamental features and unique elements that all Dansko shoes share. Some of those features and elements are immediately noticeable like colors, prints, and textures – but there are many hidden elements, too.

    Step into any pair of Dansko shoes and you’ll instantly recognize all-day comfort and support - the most essential elements that our shoes share. But what makes our shoes so comfortable, supportive and unique?

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      Discovering at the Dansko DNA Chain

      While all-day comfort and support are the essential elements, each styles has its own traits. Breaking down the key components of a Dansko style doesn’t require a degree – just an internet connection. When you visit any product page on, you’ll notice an icon labeled Technical Features. Click on it and you’ll unlock the “secrets” of that particular style’s distinct Dansko DNA. From footbeds and linings to outsoles and midsoles, you’ll discover all of the details that build the Dansko DNA chain.

      Be sure to join us later this week when we reveal the “mysteries” of our unique styles, colors and designs!


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  • Volunteer Update: The Dirt On Our Shoes Tells A Story

    By Diana on Thursday, April 16, 2015

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    From designing feel-good footwear to meaningfully investing in our community (and our planet!), we strive to accomplish a deep-rooted mission: to improve the quality of people’s lives through our products, our passion and our commitment to a better tomorrow.
    How, exactly, do we fulfill this seemingly lofty mission? Well, we start by empowering our employees to get out and make a difference. Each member of our team receives 20 hours of paid time off per year to volunteer, serving local organizations with time, hands-on labor and encouragement; we then donate the equivalent of our volunteers’ salary to further each organization’s mission. As you can tell, we’re a busy crew!

    Of course, we share this story—and the stories featured below—to inspire you. This year, resolve to do something crazy, something that makes a profound difference in your community (for a little more inspiration, select a resolution from our “5 Uncommon Resolutions” post, which debuted in January). From investing in a local nonprofit to organizing a nature walk, you have the power to instill change. 
    So, with all of this volunteering in mind, we had a thought: where have our shoes traveled? What difference have they made?
    Each dirt stain tells a story…and we want to share a few of those stories with you.


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      JERRY S.

      Favorite Dansko Style: Wynn from the Walden Collection
      Recent Volunteer Projects:
      Chesapeake Bay Foundation: restored oyster farms
      Stroud Water Research Center: participated in a large-scale tree plant
      West Grove Day Care: cleaned up and mulched a playground
      Story from the Field: “During my first volunteer project at Dansko, I visited Stroud Water Research Center for a local tree plant. And let me tell you—the experience has shaped my Dansko journey! Our team felt more like a family than a crew of co-workers, and I was blown away by our grueling pace of work. At the end of the project, our leader from Stroud mentioned that we were the best volunteer group he’d ever worked with, providing affirmation of a job well done.”


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      DARCY D.
      Customer Service

      Favorite Dansko Style: Sabrina from the Santa Fe Collection
      Recent Volunteer Projects:
      Adopt-A-Highway: cleaned local roadway
      Dansko: read books to local children
      Ronald McDonald House: prepared meals for visiting families
      Tri-State Bird Rescue: completed office and administrative work 
      Special Olympics: encouraged swimmers during spring swim meet
      Story from the Field: “I can’t possibly narrow down my volunteer experiences to one, or even two, impactful stories; I’m so passionate about all of them. From the Ronald McDonald House, where I have a strong sentimental connection to the children and their families (and regularly tear up!), to the Special Olympics, where the children exemplify a happy life—and where swimming a single lap is a joyous occasion—I’ve become attached to the impact these projects make. Of course, I can’t forget about my experience with Adopt-A-Highway, Tri-State Bird Rescue or Dansko’s Summertime Storytime, either; each holds a spot in my heart.”


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      SCOTT R.
      Product Development

      Favorite Dansko Style: Karl from the Stapled Collection

      Recent Volunteer Projects:
      Adopt-A-Highway: cleaned local roadway
      Stroud Water Research Center: participated in a large-scale tree plant
      Neighborhood Services: tended bar during the organization’s annual auction 

      Story from the Field: “I’m so proud to work for an organization that encourages such large-scale volunteerism. These opportunities give us a sense of community and a way to connect internally—I always, always run into friends or co-workers who appreciate the opportunity to catch up. Over the years, I’ve particularly enjoyed my experiences with Neighborhood Services, where I tend bar for an annual auction. The attendees always know we’re from Dansko—and always take the time to thanks us for our hard work. Yet another reason I’m proud to work for this organization…”

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      LORI G.
      Customer Service

      Favorite Dansko Style: Olivia from the Marseille Collection

      Recent Volunteer Projects:
      Chester County Food Bank: picked tomatoes for use in local kitchens
      Dansko: read books to local children
      Habitat for Humanity Restore: volunteered in a local thrift shop
      Neighborhood Services: tended bar during the organization’s annual auction 
      Ronald McDonald House: prepared meals for visiting families
      White Clay Creek: planted a rain garden with native flowers
      West Grove Garage and Youth and Community Center: participated in a benefit garage sale
      Story from the Field: “All of my projects have had an impact in some way, but my experience with the Ronald McDonald House-Delaware, when we cooked and prepared meals for visiting families, does stand out.  The parents and children are fighting for their lives in a way I can only imagine. To provide them with a meal is one less thing they have to think about and they are so grateful for something so simple and easy to do. The project makes me realize the most important thing we do in life is touch others with a helping hand when needed.”

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  • Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part IV: Dinner

    By Nick on Friday, March 13, 2015

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    ​We’ve tasted protein-rich muffins for breakfast, sipped on savory black bean soup for lunch and snacked on pears, cheese and healthy no-bake cookies for an afternoon pick-me-up. Now, we’re ready to seal the deal with a delicious dinner entrée: mini prosciutto-wrapped turkey meatloves, courtesy of Becca Boyd and her blog, Homebeccanomics.

    If you’ve followed us throughout our “Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day Series,” you know a little something about Becca’s recipes: they taste delicious, and they support healthy living—a value we happen to share with our “master chef.” Becca’s recipes will keep you eating healthy, and our shoes will keep you walking healthy, promoting positive foot, leg and back health.


    Ready for dinner? Fire up the stove! A delicious prosciutto and turkey dinner is waiting for you. 
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      From Becca: Lastly, what’s for dinner? I used to teach my students that 60% of their calories should be eaten before 1 pm. If you think about it, why do we eat these huge dinners only to sleep all night? Dinner is usually the healthiest meal in our house (and thus, the one my 3-year-old daughter gives us the hardest time over). Here is a high protein dinner option that I’d serve with a tossed salad; to make a meal manageable and fun I expend extra energy on only one item. And lastly, make extra of these to freeze, and you’ll have lunch for next week as well!
      Makes 12
      1 tbsp. olive oil
      2 medium onions, chopped
      4 garlic cloves, minced or pressed through garlic press
      2 eggs
      1 1/2 dried thyme
      1 tsp. salt
      1/2 -3/4 honey mustard, divided
      1 tbsp. Worcestershire sauce
      2 2/3 lb. ground turkey
      1 c. lowfat plain Greek yogurt
      1 c. crushed saltine crackers (about 22 crackers) *
      12 slices prosciutto (6 oz)
      *Place them in a plastic ziplock bag and crush with a measuring cup or bowl.
      Heat oven to 450 degrees. Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil and place a cooling wrap on top. Spray cooking rack with nonstick spray.
      Heat oil in skillet and add onion. Saute over medium heat until softened and translucent, about 8 minutes. Add garlic and saute, stirring, until fragrant, about 1 minute. Remove from heat.
      In a smaller mixing bowl, whisk eggs, thyme, salt, and 2 tbsp. of the honey mustard to combine.
      In a larger mixing bowl, combine turkey, yogurt, onion/garlic, and cracker crumbs.
      Add egg mixture to meat mixture and stir to combine.
      With dampened hands, shape mixture into 12 loaves and place on prepared rack.
      Rub about 1 tbsp. of honey mustard on each loaf. Wrap with prosciutto.
      Bake in heated oven for 25 minutes. Let cool slightly and serve. To freeze, let cool completely and wrap each in foil wrap. Place wrapped loaves in a freezer gallon ziplock bag and freeze. To serve, thaw in fridge overnight and bake in 350 degree oven for 20 minutes or so or until thoroughly warmed through.
      "I hope you found something interesting in these recipes – no need to sacrifice taste in the name of healthy eating. A big thank you to Dansko for showcasing my work, yet another reason I love the company! Any healthy eating questions or to reach me for any reason, email me at"


      [Photo Credits, All: Rebecca Boyd]

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  • Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part III: Afternoon Snacks

    By Nick on Tuesday, March 10, 2015

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    ​Now three recipes into our four-part blog series, we return with a pair of afternoon favorites: Cocoa Almond No-Bake Healthy Cookies and Pears with Blue Cheese and Honey.  You ate a delicious muffin breakfast and a scrumptious soup lunch—why stop now? Below, we share two snooze-busting snacks from guest culinary expert Becca Boyd and her blog, Homebeccanomics.

    Each recipe serves as part of our “Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day Series,” which supports (…you guessed it!) healthy living. These tasty snacks will keep you moving all afternoon long—just like our shoes, which promote positive foot, leg and back health.


    Ready to fill your stomach with a delicious afternoon snack? Read on!
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      From Becca: I prefer to eat an early lunch and a substantial mid-afternoon snack. When I go more than four hours without eating I tend to open my cabinets and eat anything I can get my hands on (aka, insert spoon in chocolate hazelnut spread). Please put down the 100 calorie snack packs and eat something with some punch! Here are two options – one’s easy to pack and the other is best enjoyed at home.
      Makes about 30
      2/3 c. unsalted roasted almonds
      30 dates, pits removed
      1/2 c. unsweetened coconut flakes
      2 tbsp. unsweetened cocoa powder
      1/2 tsp. kosher salt
      1 tbsp. coconut oil
      2 tbsp. maple syrup
      Pulse almonds in food processor until finely chopped.
      Add remaining ingredients. Pulse/process until combined, about 20 seconds.
      Roll into 1 inch balls and place on plate or cookie sheet. Freeze for twenty minutes. Once frozen, place in tupperware container or ziplock bag. Store in fridge or freezer.
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      Serves 2-4

      2 ripe pears, halved and core scooped out
      Chunk of blue or gorgonzola cheese
      1. Slice and prepare pears. Crumble cheese over top. Drizzle with honey.
      Stay tuned for Becca’s final recipe: Mini Prosciutto Wrapped Turkey Meatloaves.


      [Photo Credits, All: Rebecca Boyd]


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  • Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part II: Lunch

    By Nick on Wednesday, March 04, 2015

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    ​On Monday, we introduced home cook, blog aficionado and culinary writer Becca Boyd, who maintains a mouth-watering recipe site entitled Homebeccanomics. Over the course of the next several days, we will continue our journey through a day of healthy eating, courtesy of Becca’s creative cooking mind. If you enjoyed her warm and tasty Chocolate Banana Protein Muffins, wait until you try her Black Bean Soup with Bacon and Cilantro!

    By eating your way through Becca’s recipes, you will fulfill her goal—and ours!—of pursuing a healthy lifestyle. Our shoes promote positive foot, leg and back health, and Becca’s recipes fill you up with tasty goodness; a win-win combo.

    Go ahead, grab a soup pot and a spatula—you have some cooking to do!


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      From Becca: Next up—lunch! I eat a lot of soup in the cooler months, as I find it’s the best (low calorie) way to fill me up and warm me up. Carve out an hour on Sunday afternoon and you’ll have lunch for the week, saving you time and money.
      Serves 4-6
      5 slices Bacon
      2 medium onions, diced
      4 garlic cloves, chopped
      1 1/2 tsp. dried thyme
      3 (15 oz) cans black beans, drained, 1 c. liquid reserved*
      1 3/4 c. chicken broth
      1 (28 oz can) whole, peeled tomatoes, chopped, in juice*
      1 tsp. ground cumin
      1/2 tsp. chili powder
      Big pinch cayenne pepper
      To Serve
      1/4 c. nonfat Greek plain yogurt
      1/3 c. fresh cilantro, roughly chopped
      *When you open the can of beans, hold the top on to keep the beans in the can and let the liquid pour out into a glass measuring cup. I got about 1/2 c. liquid from 1 can of beans.
      *You can use diced tomatoes here as well. I had whole, so I dumped the contents of the can into a mixing bowl and, using my hands, broke up the tomatoes into smaller pieces.

      Saute bacon in dutch oven or large soup pot over medium high until cooked. Transfer bacon to paper towels to drain. Remove most of the fat from the pan, leaving about 1 tbsp.

      Add onion, garlic and thyme and saute until onions are softened and lightly golden, 5-8 minutes. 3. Add beans, bean liquid, chicken broth, tomatoes (in juice), and spices. Place lid on pot and set heat to high.

      Bring liquid to boil and then take the lid off and reduce heat to low. Simmer 20 minutes to thicken and combine flavors.

      Transfer mixture to blender or food processor (or use immersion blender) to puree soup until smooth. Return soup to pot and heat over low heat.

      Chop cooled bacon and garnish sprinkle over servings of soup, along with a scoop of yogurt and freshly chopped cilantro.

      Stay tuned for Becca’s next two recipes: Cocoa Almond No-Bake Healthy Cookies and Pears with Blue Cheese and Honey. 

      [Photo Credits, All: Rebecca Boyd]





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  1. 2015 (21)
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      1. August 25 2015 Saying Goodbye to Summer with a Night of Family Fun!
      2. August 20 2015 Meet The Dansko Dogs
      3. August 18 2015 Dansko - Our Home Holds 160!
      4. August 12 2015 Meet Our Family of APMA Accepted Shoes
      5. August 07 2015 A Visit with the Folks Behind Your Favorites!
      6. August 05 2015 We’re Back and We’re Ready to Celebrate!
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      1. April 16 2015 Volunteer Update: The Dirt On Our Shoes Tells A Story
    3. March (3)
      1. March 13 2015 Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part IV: Dinner
      2. March 10 2015 Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part III: Afternoon Snacks
      3. March 04 2015 Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part II: Lunch
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      1. February 25 2015 Eat Your Way Through A Healthy Day, Part I: Breakfast
      2. February 20 2015 Three Life Lessons from a Traveling Teacher
      3. February 12 2015 Shop the Trend: Cupid's Color Wheel
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      4. January 13 2015 Five Warm-Weather Vacations For Your Summer-Ready Feet
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      1. December 30 2014 Recipe Time: Mixing It Up With Jeffrey Morgenthaler
      2. December 22 2014 10 Winter Adventures for 10 Dansko Shoes
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      4. October 24 2014 If These Shoes Could Talk: Stories From Our Fans
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      7. October 10 2014 10 Fall Adventures for 10 Dansko Shoes
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