Reviewed by Judy from Downingtown, PA on Monday, August 25, 2014
This is a comfortable slipper and very warm. It looks large, though, so don't buy it if you're looking for style. Also, they might be called a scuff, because that is what they do when you walk in them. There's no way to be graceful or sexy in them. That said, this is my second pair of these, and the first lasted and lasted, but it was time for a replacement when the footbed got thin. Until then, they were very comfortable. Great for around the house--when you're by yourself!
Reviewed by LikesTheRain from Washington on Wednesday, June 18, 2014
These slippers are as close to perfect as slippers get. They are warm, but breathable. They manage to feel snug, secure and cozy without being tight. I wear them over the deck, across the pea gravel and into the damp morning grass to fill the bird feeder. I don't slip and they dry fast. (I don't do this everyday.) I've had my first pair for over a month and the soles are still soft and cushy. They seem very durable. I was a little skeptical about the light color, but they don't seem to collect dirt. The inside fleece hasn't compacted. I like them so much that I bought a second pair to keep at my cabin.
Reviewed by tphnurse from morrisville, pa on Monday, March 03, 2014
I bought the 6-1/2 to 7-1/2 size for a 6-1/2 foot and they are a tiny bit large, as expected. However, I am pleased. The footbed is cushioned and comfortable. The rubber sole is non-slip and allows for short trips outside. The outside is a soft textured fleece. No complaints.
I have high arches and I find these to be very comfortable. They don't specifically have supports, but the contoured footbed gives more support than any other slippers I've tried. I usually just wear them around the house and for that they are fantastic. If it's summer I wear Chaco flip flops instead.
They did seem a bit short at first, but the top quickly stretched a little to fit my foot. I usually wear a 7 or 71/2 and the 6 1/2-7 1/2 size fits well. Hope this helps!
Answered on 11/26/2014 7:41:27 PM by LikesTheRain from Washington
The foot bed feels like memory foam. I have had a different brand pair with memory foam footbeds for about 8 years and wear them daily. Although I line them with a slip in leather insole, the foam beneath is in remarkable condition, showing no signs of breakdown or change in comfort. My leather uppers are showing more signs of wear than the foam footbed.
Answered on 11/4/2011 12:00:00 AM by Aktrom from Central, NY