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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on November 12, 2013
These are NOT the original Lamo slippers you featured in your ad. These are made in China and the originals are made in Australia. The photo of the sole you feature is the original and the one you shipped is the one that everyone on line is complaining about. They are also smaller and stiffier than the 2 pair I have ordered in the past years. I am extremely disappointed in your product!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
on June 8, 2011
These slippers look and feel so very warm and cozy, however, when I tried them on, my toes touched bare leather on the inside! It feels as though the inside sheepskin lined sole is one size too small! There was a good inch of no sheepskin right at the toe! I wonder if my pair was just defected. :( sadly, I will be returning them. Debating whether to order another pair to see if they have the same problem...
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
on May 1, 2014
I've been buying LAMO slippers for years now, and trust me, these are not real LAMO slippers. The sole is NOT like the one pictured. It is pooly glued on, not sewed as it should be. Uncomfortable, fit narrow, and not happy.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on November 8, 2014
At first I was really disappointed when these arrived because they were not the Lamo slippers advertised on the pictures. At first glance, this would be the seller's issue, but after some research it appears that Lamo is now a parent company to the Dije brand which is what was sent to me. Still DEFINITELY not what is pictured as being offered but the seller but this may not be something they are aware of. The slippers seem to be a cheaper quality and I'm skeptical as to how long they will hold up. Only time will tell....
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on April 13, 2014
I thought these Lamo slippers were made in the USA, were 100% lambswool and leather. I thought wrong. They also run small, not enough room to wear with socks. I returned these.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on September 14, 2012
I just received these slippers in the mail today. They are NOT a pale pink. The slippers are closer to a pepto bismol pink. I normally wear a size 9 slipper, it gives me a little extra room to wear socks if needed. These slippers are on the small side. Hopefully that information will be helpful when you go to order these.

They are soft, comfy and appear to be well made. I'm just sad that they're not even close to the shade that appears on screen when looking online. I can only handle pink if it is a very soft/pale pink. Oh well.

They arrived quickly, and were packaged nicely. The only reason I am giving them a three is because they run small and there isn't information stating that, and because the pink isn't even close to the color represented here. Otherwise, they appear to be a solid, well constructed slipper.
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12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on September 25, 2010
I purchased these burgandy lamo slippers last December, 2009. I loved the color! I wore them for 4 months and they kept my feet nice and warm. Loved that I could wear them outside briefly, to get the paper, or let the doggies out. I stored them away in April because they were too warm to wear in hotter months. I just got them out now in September, to wear them as the weather is getting cool in the mornings/evenings. I was excited to put my feet into the warm, cozy sheep skin slippers, but was sad to see the sole is tearing away from the slipper now, after taking them out of "hibernation" and wearing them for only one week. I had hoped that these slippers would last for longer than one winter season.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 23, 2012
i ABSOLUTELY LOVE these slippers! Originally, I had ordered llbean wicked good slippers. I wear a size 9. The llbean size 9 were pinching my toes so I ordered the size 10(they only do full sizes). My feet swam in the 10. Extremely discouraged, I quit looking for perfect slippers:( My husband found these on the Amazon website and ordered me the size 9. They fit wonderful. They are snuggly and warm and cozy. Perfect slippers at last:)
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on January 5, 2015
First off, about 6 years ago I ought a pair of Lamo's moccasin slippers for my mother. They are her absolute favorite, she's worn them to the point that the sole has come away from the bottom of the shoe. I thought I'd just buy her a new pair for christmas -- not so simple. First off these are not made by Lamo. They are sold on the company's website, and are almost an identical match visually, but they are made by a secondary company called Dije. The quality is obviously not what the old Lamo ones were, the sole is glued on rather than sewn to begin with. The most frustrating issue, because I think my mother would have been willing to give them a try, is that they are about 2 lives smaller than advertised. There is no possible way that this measures a US size 9. I know that some companies run a little smaller or larger, which is dumb because a shoe should be a standard size, but these are absurdly small. I wear a full size smaller and my foot would not even fit in the shoe. So this is actually about a size 7 at the least, probably smaller.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 7, 2014
I have had 4 pair of Lamo slippers in the past and loved them. I ordered Lamo again and was sent DIje brand. Lamo says Dije is a division of Lamo and therefore Dije is the same as Lamo. Believe me, they are not the same. Lamo is luxurious. Dije is not. They are skimpy and cheap made in China knock-offs. The Dije slippers are short and very narrow. Very uncomfortable. Am returning the Dije slippers. Will never order from Lamo again.
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