Daniel Green Women's Portia Scuff,Red,6 M US
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- Rubber sole
- Heel measures approximately 1"
- Platform measures approximately 0.5"
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- Keep your feet feeling cozy and warm in the Portia slipper from Daniel Green®.
- Clog-like slipper is made from natural and recycled wool with a feminine floral accent and button detail.
- Suede mudguard with criss-crossing stitch detailing provides extra durability and contrasting style.
- Knit collar and fleece sock lining help keep your feet felling warm even when it's cold outside.
- Custom molded latex insole offers lasting cushion and comfort for feet that have had a long day.
- Durable indoor/outdoor rubber outsole lets you run out and get the paper without ruining slippers.
- Weight: 5 oz
- Product measurements were taken using size 8. Please note that measurements may vary by size.
In 1881 Daniel Green, a young traveling shoe salesman for the Wallace Elliott Company in New York City, visited Dolgeville, New York. Daniel was shown a pair of felt shoes fashioned from waste pieces of piano felt which had been made in the Dolgeville Felt Mill. Daniel Green noticed that these felt shoes were worn by many factory workers to keep their feet warm and comfortable on the cold factory stone floors, and thus a legend in footwear was born.
- Package Dimensions: 11.4 x 7.5 x 4.6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces
- ASIN: B003J36SLK
- Item model number: Portia
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 7, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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So I'm disappointed that at this price, they've held up about as well as a pair of Dearfoams or Isotoners (which on average cost about $15 at most stores). Not the kind of lasting performance I'd expected.