Information about LAMO Sheepskin Scuff Slippers (For Women)
Closeouts. Just when you thought Saturday morning couldn't get any better, you slip your feet into LAMO's sheepskin scuff slippers and feel the ultra-plush softness of genuine Australian sheepskin, which creates a pliable suede exterior and cushy, cozy, luxuriously furry interior.
Reviewed by CrispyRice from Colorado on Wednesday, November 26, 2014
These are very soft and nicely warm. I normally wear either an 8-1/2 or 9, I bought the large, and they fit great. My feet get cold so I like to wear houseshoes all day when I'm home. I've been wearing Merrell's with the fur lining, which are nice, but didn't feel like spending another $100 on a pair. I want something with a hard sole. These fit the bill perfectly. Very happy.
Reviewed by JMH from Vermont on Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Very warm and made well. I bought these to replace a well worn pair of Bass slippers. These feel more firm but I think because they are so new and are a better quality. I can not keep my daughter from stealing them from me. She wished she had a pair.
Reviewed by RockstarJen from Portland, OR on Friday, November 7, 2014
I owned a pair of this exact same slipper for a couple of years and have been looking for a deal on a replacement pair so when I saw Sierra had them I jumped. They're still good but comparing them to my old pair it seems as though the quality has gone downhill slightly. The sheepskin is not as plush or thick on the top part of the slippers and seems a bit scratchy instead of uber soft and luxorious. Overall still nice, but not quite as top end as they used to be. I'm a sz 8, the large is perfect (they do pack out and will end up a bit big but not too much so), sole is durable enough for quick trips outside. These would make a good gift.
Reviewed by victoria from Brooklyn on Wednesday, November 5, 2014
I absolutely love them. They so comfy and warm. My floors are very cold and this slippers are perfect for that. FrIends and family also try them on because they look very cute and than they never want to take them off. So I will be ordering few more pairs.
Reviewed by Displaced San Diegan from Midwest on Tuesday, November 4, 2014
I have worn Acorn scuffs in this style for more than 25 years (not the same pair!) and as others who love the Acorn scuffs have come to realize, it seems they are no longer available. I always bought two pairs at a time so that when I washed a pair, I had the other pair to wear as they dried. Last year I was down to one last pair of Acorns and bought a pair of Uggs when the Acorns were not to be found. The Uggs are top quality in every respect and of course, you pay for that, but I got lucky and found them on sale and saved a few dollars. I always check STP to see what kind of sheepskin scuffs are available, secretly hoping the Acorns will reappear. All the slippers were on sale recently and with an additional coupon the prices were crazy good. I decided the LAMO scuffs were likely the better of two brands I was comparing and chose the medium size after reading all the reviews. I am between size 6.5 and 7 in regular shoes, but I size down with sheepskin lined slippers because the lining compresses. So many reviews said these LAMOS run extremely small I didn't size down. I think I could have worn the small in these LAMOs as they are plenty long enough and there is going to be room to spare when the lining compresses. I almost chose the wide width and am glad I went with the medium width because these things are cavernous and loose on my feet. I actually think they shipped me the wide width, but I couldn't find anything on the slippers or the box indicating a width. They are loose enough that I would have sent them back if not for the extremely low price I paid that made returning them a waste of money. They are okay for an extra pair and will be fine with socks after the lining compresses. They are not the same quality as Acorns or Uggs but are quite good, I believe.
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They should not be machine washed. Spot cleaning with a soft damp cloth is recommended for the sheepskin surface. When the fleece gets dirty, gentle hand washing will work. I think there's a sheepskin wash product. Otherwise you can gently hand wash with shampoo. Air dry and brush as necessary. When mine get to the old worn stage I'll cheat and machine wash gently, but it will shorten the life of the slipper.
Answered on 10/3/2014 10:26:31 AM by Conflatia from Colorado
These are sheepskin on a durable sole. They should be spot cleaned like you would suede. I treated mine with a couple applications of waterproofing spray before I put them on. Now I can wipe mayonnaise off with a dish cloth.
Answered on 10/3/2014 11:01:02 AM by Fandango from California
I HAVE NO IDEA. THESE SLIPPERS ARE NEW AND VERY, VERY COMFORTABLE. PEACE
Answered on 10/3/2014 7:05:09 PM by GREYHOUND LADY from KENTUCKY