Information about Acorn Fleece Slipper Socks (For Men)
Closeouts. You've had slippers and you've had socks, but have you had both in one comfy, cozy package? Acorn's fleece slipper socks feature the memory-foam cushioning and indoor-outdoor versatility of a slipper, but with the ankle-warming shaft of a toasty-warm fleece sock.
Reviewed by Up North from Minnesota on Sunday, December 8, 2013
I purchased these for a Christmas gift, so I cannot say how they feel wearing them. But overall the seem very well made and like they will be very comfy. And to my surprise they are machine washable an added bonus.
Reviewed by Traveler at Heart from Oregon on Sunday, October 13, 2013
I’ve been looking for a slipper sock with hard soles at a decent price for a while now. Leather soles wear out too quickly, making them cost ineffective. These Acorn’s fleece slipper socks are the ticket for me.
Reviewed by Andrew David from Utah on Friday, October 4, 2013
I found some leather bottom (not suede) slipper socks I had hopes for using in late fall and winter mountain camping and ski yurt trips, but could not get my size. Ordered these instead with some skepticism, but immediately pleased and impressed. Air them out after removing from the bag to get rid of that rubber smell. As for fit, they sit well on my foot with or without socks inside. The sole has a decent grip and should do well on snow, but definitely not ice. Wet rock I am concerned about, but leather and suede are poor on wet rock as well. If you are straying far from the tent/bivvy bag/yurt then put your boots back on and protect your ankles. The sole bends decently and the pair are lighter than I thought they would be. Memory foam foot bed is lush and luxurious. These will beat having my big wall boots on back at camp for dinner after a day of mountain fun, and now I don't need to carry shoes on ski yurt trips (who WOULD walk around in XC ski boots?!). I'm not sure yet if I will be keeping them on in the sleeping bag. I worry they will catch on and damage the nylon, but leave them by the side of your "bed" for when nature calls. Not perfect, but certainly the most water-resistant and winter-outdoorsy of the men's mukluks out there right now and for STP's price a steal by comparison. The solid grey looks decent in person. All the pictures I thought looked hideous. But who is staring at your feet at night anyway?
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