Reviewed by WoodlandFoxie from Upstate New York on Friday, March 27, 2015
Hubby likes these slippers SO MUCH that I'm actually considering buying him a second pair for when these eventually fall apart, since I'm sure they'll be impossible to find when these well-made slippers DO finally quit.
I bought these for my husband who is very hard on slippers and footwear in general. He utterly destroyed his last pair of slippers, LLBean Mocs (which he liked but wasn't overwhelmed by), with everyday wear. Both of us have been disappointed by LLBean "Wicked Good" slippers and we were looking for an alternative after finally tossing them. We are northerners and our whole house has wood floors so we are serious about our slippers.
According to hubby these babies are fantastic. He loves that the back is flat since he always manages to just crush down that little back heel part so common on men's kick-on style slippers, and says they are like wearing bunnies on his feet, haha. They are also reportedly very warm, but thanks to the high quality sheepskin, very breathable. So far they are holding up very well and the dark color is a good choice for disguising all the scuffs and bumps that come with heavy slipper wear. He's been wearing them nonstop since he got them and they still look new. Excellent product.
Reviewed by Wendy from Northport from Michigan on Monday, January 26, 2015
Lamo sheepskin slippers are extremely well made. They are warm, fuzzy and attractive. Very happy with this product. They were a gift for my boyfriend and he hasn't taken them off since I gave them to him yesterday. He will be wearing them whenever he is at home. It's cold here in northern Michigan and they are just what he wanted.
Reviewed by Slip Up from Ontario Canada on Saturday, January 10, 2015
I loved wearing these, and wore them for less than a year in the winter months only (too warm in summer). The suede uppers and sheepskin linings are well put together, creating a beautiful slipper. But those so-called heavy duty indoor-outdoor soles are junk. Never wore them outdoors! Never wore them in caustic environments, but that's how it would appear- that they have been exposed to something that completely weakened the rubbery sole. I have no idea why they disintegrated like they did...and it was too late to get help from the seller/dealer since the scuffs were worn for so many months already. The soles actually peeled away from the rest of the slipper footbed, and so I was left with a foam cushion as the "new sole" for my scuff slippers. That foam cushion is actually holding up better than the original out sole had! Very disappointed, but making do with them and can't recommend them for the above reasons. Sorry!