13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Sole & Upper durable. Lining almost gone 6 weeks. Consider getting them a size smaller than usual.,
This review is from: Sorel Men's Falcon Ridge Slipper (Apparel)
Update January 09, 2011:
I've upgraded the review from 3 stars to 4. These moccasin like slippers actually lasted for a year of daily wearing (probably 5+ hours per day. The lining did continue to disintegrate until just plastic was exposed on the heel. The outers still looked new and the sole had at least another 4 to 6 months of wear left.
Being a moccasin, I should have bought them at one size smaller than I normally wear because there was about an inch of space between my heel and the heel of the slipper after two months of wear even though they fit snuggly on first day.
I actually got a new pair one size smaller (went from 13 to 12) in December 2010. After one day of snug break-in, they fit nicely. After three weeks, they feel like a slipper should: a little on the loose side but not sloppy. The faux fleece is still deteriorating, but not as fast as with the first pair. I estimate that it will take 6 weeks to get to same point shown in the 3-week photos for the first pair.
Bottom line: Recommended.
Original January 16, 2010 review:
I liked the idea of just jamming my foot into this slipper to put it on. I can have my arms full and still slip these on.
The soles are waterproof, but not high enough for puddled water. Wet ground or sidewalks are no problem. These seem to run a little large. I got them for Christmas via Amazon wish-list. The faux-fleece lining on my pair disintegrated in just three weeks. Check the photo that I uploaded.