Reviewed by Lizzie from Northern North Carolina on Tuesday, November 12, 2013
This pair of slippers is exactly what I was looking for. They are comfortable but also sturdy. I can wear them outside to fetch the mail or call in the dogs. They are also light and easy (Hands-free) to put on. More attractive than they look in the picture.
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Reviewed by Betty from Toledo, OH on Wednesday, April 2, 2014
When my slippers purchased quite a few years ago were finally at a place that they weren't wearable, I searched for a replacement. Finding that the brand is no longer made but had been purchased by Acorn, I thought this was my best option. On one hand, this particular style, fabric and color are more than suitable, I was still disappointed that the memory foam footbed pales in comparison of my previous brand. I can feel that the foam quality is much thinner than my previous slipper and I anticipate won't last as long either. The closeout price made this pair and the other I purchased totally worth it but had I only had the option of the full price, I would either not have purchased or returned upon receiving because the footbed simply isn't good enough for the full price. I just purchased a pair of Dearfoams with as good, if not better, footbed for half the price of these slippers at full retail. On a good note, the non-slip bottom is wonderful, sizing is true or runs a tad large (I'm a solid 8 and sometimes 8.5 and got the M 7/8 and they fit perfectly). The tweedy berber style upper is neutral and ideal for running out to the mailbox or out on the back deck. For the closeout price, I'd buy them again, full price, can't say I would until I can assess how these wear.
Reviewed by Laura from Utah on Wednesday, February 19, 2014
these are sturdy slippers and very cute as well but I tried the small and they were way to small so i exchanged for a Medium (size 71/2-81/2) and these are too big. I need something in between these two sizes. Kind of a bummer but i just wear big wool socks and they feel a bit better on my feet.