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L.B. Evans Men's Outback Shearling Slipper
|Price:||$26.45 - $84.49|
|Sale:||Lower price available on select options|
- Manmade sole
- Shaft measures approximately 14 from arch
- Platform measures approximately 0.25"
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Includes one pair of black boots. Available in men sizes Small (8-9), Medium (10-11), and Large (12-13).
You'll love the genuine double-faced sheepskin shearling and rubber outsole that the L.B. Evans Outback is made with. The twin gore style allows for a perfect fit and this slipper has an excellent arch support. It's slip-on style makes it an easy on, easy off shoe for wearing inside or outside of the house.See all Product Description
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: China
- ASIN: B000GBCWH2
- Item model number: ELLIE-111-THOMAS
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2000
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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Top Customer Reviews
I shipped them back but was shorted on the return cost. I serched for a boot wide enough to take my foot and eventually found on.
These boots are NOT "REAL" SHOES at all; and are MADE ENTIRELY OF PLASTIC that's extremely thin and flimsy, like disposable, dime-store Halloween costumes. Outdoor use would likely destroy them quickly, and they seem utterly useless for cold or wet weather.
These boots DON'T FIT like real shoes; they have NO ARCH SUPPORT, NO PADDING, and NO INSULATION. They're far bigger than the stated size, as though intended to be worn over real shoes and/or clothing.
The light brown COLOR DOESN'T MATCH the picture, and is actually a very dark chocolate brown.
The seller's name "BuyCostumes" is oddly absent from the listing, which instead shows just "L.B. Evans". The boots are actually called "Thomas" by a brand called "Ellie".
The description is false and completely misrepresents the product. Not only are we disappointed with the product we received, but we view the use of false advertising and hiding the seller's name as UNETHICAL, and we'll be filing complaints with BuyCostumes, Amazon, and possibly the FTC if they don't fix this listing immediately and compensate us.
I wear a size 10 / 10.5 and they are pretty snug around the foot. There is very little support where the boots fasten however, I have them as tight as they will go and there is still wiggle room.(I don't have sticks for legs either)
Wore these boots this weekend for a renaissance fair and they were AWESOME! The material held up nicely so they will be ready to use next time I need them. I was very worried about walking around all day since my foot has been hurting for a couple weeks but to my surprise my foot felt better after a day of walking around in these boots then it has in anything else!
I got a cheap insert for heel/arch support and that did wonders. Overall I am very impressed at the quality of these boots, great purchase.
First, these are NOT "L.B. Evans Outback Shearling Slippers" - they are "Thomas Adult Boots" sold through Ellie Shoes/1031 Shoes (Costumes4Less.com). Although, for some strange reason, the slipper is included in the same listing as the boots in the color selection boxes. It's not that big of a deal, but someone should maybe correct the Amazon listing for this product.
As for the boots, they were purchased for a "Braveheart"-style Scottish Highlander costume and they will do quite nicely for that. I wore them around for a bit today and found that they're not all that bad - They were intended as a costume boot and not for everyday wear, but that's fine. I did have to put some arch support inserts into them, however.
I will be making one minor modification to them - they were, apparently, meant to be worn over the top of pants or leggings - unless you have huge calves, they will be loose around your legs. I will be taking those knotted "tabs" off and inserting eyelets into the flaps so that I can use leather straps, wrapped around the leg, to secure them - this should snug them nice and tight against my legs and not be flopping around loose when I walk.
If you're looking for a decent-looking boot for your costume, I would suggest having a look at these.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nice costume boots, went perfect with my hunter/ranger outfitPublished 10 days ago by Stephen Posko
Good boots, with a foot arch support pad would be excellent.Published 1 month ago by Suzanne L. Blakeman
They were a gift for my son. He said that they fit fairly well and was pleased with them, but the color was off abit he wanted dark brown but received a lighter color. Read morePublished 3 months ago by pam kinzel
I'm thinking that the black color of these is the main aesthetic reason to why I don't like these shoes. I think if I'd received the brown ones I might have preferred their color. Read morePublished 3 months ago by jack canon
DH likes them quite a bit. Comfortable. Rich color. Material is soft. Got him a Medium as he generally wears a size 9 or 10.Published 3 months ago by CountryfiedGal67