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A few things you should know
on March 26, 2013
Advantages: They ARE pretty...
The other side of the story: The leather is very thin; even with two layers. Some years ago I bought a pair of double sole moccasins when I was out West and the leather was belt-leather thick...very comfortable and wore like iron...the opposite of these.
The inner sole lining layer is cut way too narrowly; this means that you feel the 'ridge' as a very annoying, uncomfortable pressure on the sole of your foot.
These are fit (I suppose) for house slippers - they look like sole-less loafers - but are totally unfit for outdoor wear, and do not provide the comfort of true moccasins...and I am a person who has worn moccasins for years.
Wish I had sent these back.
Tip: Any true leather footwear can be form fitted to your foot by putting them on, immersing your foot and footwear in warm water for a few minutes - then, wearing them until they dry. Then treating with the proper leather dressing.