“Wooden shoes” or clogs have been traditional footwear for hundreds of years.
Today, most of the Dutch do not wear clogs and it is mostly tourists who buy them to take home as souvenirs. So you are unlikely to meet someone wearing clogs on the streets.
Farmers do still wear them sometimes however. You may well run into someone wearing clogs “in the wild” in villages like Staphorst and Bunschoten, where people still wear traditional clothing.