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- Synthetic sole
- Men's Acorn, Polar Moc slip on Slipper
- Enjoy cozy warmth on cool winter mornings with these comfortable fleece slippers.
- Ornamented charm
- Microfleece lining
- Memory foam insoles
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Men's Acorn, Polar Moc slip on Slipper Enjoy cozy warmth on cool winter mornings with these comfortable fleece slippers. Ornamented charm Microfleece lining Memory foam insoles Rubber outsole
- ASIN: B01CZV6IAM
- Date first available at Amazon.com: March 15, 2016
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Pros: Rubber sole makes it quite durable and grippy. Very comfortable and keeps my feet warm.
Cons: The cushion becomes rather flat really quickly. After wearing these for a few hours a day, the cushion has become noticeably flat after just a month of wear. I also wish it would grip my heel a little more. I'm not a sandal guy and don't like it when my shoes flop around. Size 7.5-8.5 S was definitely too small for me, so that's not the issue.
If a friend asked me about them, I would tell that friend to buy it, but I wouldn't go out of my way to recommend this product.
Update - 1.5 Years Later - Update
After about 1.5 years of wearing these on a near-daily basis in the winter months, the bottom has started separating from the rest of the sandal. That's pretty much what I expected to happen.
The cushion is pretty much nonexistent now - it is roughly the equivalent of wearing a pair of socks (or putting on a second layer if you are already wearing socks). I still wear them all the time, mostly for the warmth.
Update - 2 Years Later - Update
These moc slippers are now retired. The rubber sole is now quite slippery, and the bottom is completely coming apart (i.e., you can see the foam padding because the stitching has come apart, and the foam pad has been quickly disintegrating due to its exposure). My review of them remains the same: not bad, not great. They were in optimal condition for only a couple months. I kept wearing them well past their prime and now they look quite ratty. That being said, I do think that 2 years of daily wear would beat up most pairs of slippers.
On the positive side; these slippers are very comfortable, the fleece is soft and warm. The rubber sole gives a positive grip on most household surfaces and has adequate flex. The insole is very cushy and comfortable, although I doubt its longevity, as softer foams tend to degrade faster.
On the negative side; these slippers are made of 100% polyester, which does not breathe at all! I swear these are equivalent to putting your feet into insulated plastic bags. I have experienced this issue with or without socks. I don’t normally have issues with sweaty feet, I can wear Gore-Tex shoes in the summer and I won’t have sweaty feet. This is a major issue for a slipper though, because the object of a slipper is to keep your feet warm, but sweat is not conducive to warmth. I can wear these slippers for about 45 minutes before my feet start to sweat and I have to take them off.
I give these 3 stars, because of the lack of breathability. I want to love them, but I can’t.
If you have any questions, please let me know.
The overall fabric and stitching seems to be okay -- they feel fine on my feet, both when bare and when wearing socks. If you have wide feet, these will fit fairly tight on the sides, but will probably expand over time (there were no wide versions available at time of purchase). The soles are made of a thick, stiff rubber... which leads me to the biggest issue these have (other reviewers saying the same, albeit phrased differently):
The soles on these shoes have areas intended for "grip", except that these areas are substantially raised up (by approximately 3mm) from the rest of the sole. This, combined with the fact that they don't match the width of the rest of the sole, make you feel like you're having to "balance" yourself when wearing them. It doesn't feel natural in any way/shape/form, and in my case, my feet and legs kept trying to lean inwards or outwards to make up for the awkward feeling (to the point where one of my knees started to hurt).
Other reviewers blame this problem on either the stamped text on the bottom centre of the sole, or on the embroidered logo within the heel part of the shoe itself -- I don't think that's the issue, but rather the "grip" areas on the sole being shorter in width than one's actual foot, compounded by the raised "grip" surface, thus making you feel like you have to "balance".
I've included photos in hopes of depicting the problem as best I can.
Needless to say these are going back to Amazon for a full refund. Bad shoes, no matter if for running, walking, or even the most basic of slippers, should not be worn -- just ask any podiatrist.
These slipper fit the bill wonderfully. First, they are very comfortable. There is a thin layer of foam padding in the bottom of the slipper that conforms a bit to your foot. Nothing major but just enough cushion without adding any weight.
Second, the rubbery bottom allows me to walk outside in them even if it's wet out.
The one very slight annoyance with the slipper is the embroidered acorn logo that's under the heel on top of the foot bed. It looks nice but for the first month or so that I had the slippers it felt like I had something stuck to my foot or caught in my shoe. Either I got used to it or the stitching settled down because I don't notice it any longer but it drove me crazy for a while.
Other than that, I really love these slippers. They're exactly what I was looking for. Also, as an extra bonus, I can put them on while standing up.