Reviewed by LadyDi from Oklahoma from Oklahoma on Monday, March 18, 2013
Purchased two pairs as they were on sale, but wouldn't purchase again. I wear a size 10, and while they hit the toe part, the back of the
slipper is very loose. I have learned that if you buy a higher quality slipper, it can't cover 3 sizes and expect to fit your foot right. If you
want a good pair of slipper, you need to get one in your personal size. This one size fit all just doesn't work right. The quality of the
slipper is also nothing special. I was expecting a better grade of slipper.
Reviewed by Banjo Grandma from Los Angeles, CA on Sunday, February 24, 2013
I've looked for a couple of years to replace similar but worn fleece sleepers with sole able to run outside for paper or on the patio. It's warm enough for CA winter, but not too hot like down booties. They are ample in length, width, and heighth for a slipper, but not too loose and don't fall off when I walk. An added bonus is that they match the robe I got at a bargain at Sierra, too!
Reviewed by Maura T from Raleigh, NC on Tuesday, February 19, 2013
I've never gone wrong purchasing Acorn slippers, and this purchase is no exception. The slippers fit perfectly, and arrived at my doorstep exactly as described. Sierra Trading Post also sold them for by far the best price.
Berber fleece is a textile material that is very lightweight, warm, and soft. It is often compared to fur because of the incredibly soft texture when it is well cared for, along with its insulating properties. Many household items are made from Berber fleece, including wraps and throws, jackets, and warm socks to wear around the house. Many people use garments made of it for layering, since the textile is lightweight but very insulating.||To make Berber fleece, yarn is knitted into fabric, which is brushed with wire brushes to pull the material together and to fluff it up. The resulting material has a looped, soft pile, with large air pockets that improve the insulating properties of the fabric. The pile is sheared to create an even length, and the fleece is ready for use. Synthetic materials such as polyester are most frequently used to create the fabric, which tends to be strong, stretchy, and colorfast.
Answered on 11/16/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
“are these slippers narrow. I wear double or triple A.”
The sole on the Acorn Berber Tex Moccasin Slippers are not classified as non-slip.
Answered on 6/18/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
“Hi,|Can you provide a measurement of the length for the sizes Large and Xtra Large? I generally wear size 9 or 9.5. I want to avoid having to return these for a different size, to avoid the return and reorder shipping prices! A measurement in inches would be really helpful.”
Asked on 1/28/2012 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown
A womens 7.5 corresponds with the medium slipper.
Answered on 10/28/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None
Probably Medium, but there's a chance they could end up being a little too short. I'm a 6 1/2 - 7 and the Medium is just right for length, with not much to spare, but a bit too wide. If you have wide feet and you want to make sure they're long enough, the Large might be a better choice, but if you don't have very wide feet, the Large might be way too loose.
Answered on 11/11/2011 12:00:00 AM by Little D from Vermont
“Are these and other Acorn slippers machine washable?”
Asked on 11/29/2010 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from Unknown