Translation:I gave her clogs for her birthday.
(houten) klompen = wooden shoes (in British English).
So LongHenry wrote in BE, which we also learned in Dutch at secondary school. No idea what other types of wooden shoes might exist, and as far as I'm concerned you say "wooden clogs" for the traditional Dutch wooden clogs (which, by the way, are still worn by e.g. farmers), but only "clogs" can also be plastic clogs, so......