available now at:
Schuhhaus Thomsen | Osterstraße 57-59 | 25821 Bredstedt | phone 04671 2202
Schuhhaus Fiedler GmbH | Olsdorfer Straße 8 | 25826 St. Peter Ording | phone 04863 478039
Sanitätshaus Einhorn | Markt 10-12 | 25813 Husum | phone 04841 894533
Das Schuhlädchen | Norderstraße 5 | 25813 Husum | phone 04841 779222
Schuhhaus Koch | Bekstraße 10 | 25524 Itzehoe | phone 04821 3877
Schuhwerk | Burgstr. 44 | 26603 Aurich | phone 04941 9730890
Steffen Rolf, Birkenstock-Spezialgeschäft | Holm 41 | 24937 Flensburg
Steffen Rolf, Birkenstock-Spezialgeschäft | Holstenstr. 43 | 24103 Kiel
Multimar Wattforum, Nationalpark Zentrum | Am Robbenberg | 25832 Tönning
Seehundstation Friedrichskoog e.V. | An der Seeschleuse 4 | 25718 Freidrichskoog | phone 04854 1372
Mein Insel Lädchen | Am Kurplatz 3 / Pavillion | 26548 Norderney | phone 04932 891169
Sylter Online-Shop Syltiges.de | Boysenstr.13 | 25980 Westerland/Sylt | phone 04651 987099| www.syltiges.de
Seehundstation | Dörper Weg 24 | 26506 Norden-Norddeich
More about the Birkis North Sea Collection “Visitors from the Wadden Sea“
The three cute Wadden Sea inhabitants Klaus the crab, Willi the whale and Robina the seal now complement the popular Birkis 2gether range of animal motif clogs. These clogs of the “Kay” model are absolute eye-catchers due to their cheerful colours, like blue, red and beige, and their lovingly designed motifs.
These Birkis make for the perfect gift for all young and old sea fans and they are also simply a must have for all friends of the Wadden Sea. This is especially due to the fact, that the featured animals represent the variety of fauna living at the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.
Robina the seal also exists in real life: In 2011 Birkis sponsored a baby seal, which was found, abandoned on the island of Wangerooge on September 21, 2011. The little seal was named ‘Robina’. Thanks to our support, Robina was cared for and raised at the Seal Station Nationalpark-Haus in Norden-Norddeich. In spring of 2012 she was finally returned to the wild, so that she could once again enjoy her life in the freedom of the Wadden Sea.