• These are faux fur. We apologize for the confusion. We will have this corrected.
    Answered on 11/9/2016 1:16:13 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
  • Just bought them and is genuine sheepskin. Actually really nice slippers for the price, fit is nice also, true to size.
    Answered on 11/9/2016 1:32:31 PM by coldinmichigan from Michigan
  • Hi mine are real sheepskin fleece...dark brown color
    laura k
    Answered on 11/9/2016 2:01:55 PM by michiganma from west michigan
  • Hello once more...I answered the question before about sheepskin and now I am not so sure they truly are...sorry.

    Last night I looked for a tag but there are none...so looked very closely and I think it is synthetic wool....it looks and feels like the real thing, but if STP says it is faux, it must be.

    Anyhow they are soft as can be, the rubber sole is thin, unlike other slippers I've had...but works just fine to get the mail, sweep the deck,etc.

    Again, I am sorry-no intention to "deceive"
    Answered on 11/10/2016 7:44:25 AM by michiganma from west michigan
  • Good question! I don't usually question STP's descriptions as I trust this company to be honest. I have other LAMO slippers which are genuine shearling lined. But this time, STP failed. I had bought 2 pair of these based on their description. They are indeed very comfortable and warm, but I doubt the lining is real shearling. Nowhere is there a tag that indicates real sheepskin or shearling - not on the box, not in the slippers, not on the sole. Because returning to STP is so expensive, I will keep them.
    Answered on 11/10/2016 8:25:33 AM by Crisse from MetroWest Boston
  • Call stp- I am sure in this case, you would not have to pay for return shipping...but they can answer that. At least try a phone call-they have the best customer service in the industry. If the mistake was theirs, from my experience., you can get a prepaid label e-mailed or sent to you
    Answered on 11/10/2016 9:58:05 AM by michiganma from west michigan