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- 95% Nylon/5% Spandex
- Leather sole
- Flexible ballet-style slipper with bow
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Satiny and sleek, this ballet slipper provides practical around-the-house fit.
For perfect pirouettes around the house, check out ISOTONER's Classic Satin slipper. This sweet offering in fabric boasts a cushioned insole for comfort and an elasticized topline for a secure fit. Machine washability ensures easy wear.See all Product description
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B06XG4SDTL
- Item model number: 9877H
- Date first available at Amazon.com: April 12, 2006
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I pulled the following size chart from the Isotoner manufacturer website for everyone's reference.
Slipper Size | Small | Medium | Large | X-Large | XX-Large
US Size 5-6 6.5-7.5 8-9 9.5-10.5 11-12
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I wore this together with a long silk kimono robe and it really complemented my look and it made me comfortable during my pre-wedding preparations.
As lounge-around-the-house slippers, these are good but not my favorite. As far as comfort, the padding is nice but they just can't compete with slippers that have features like shearling lining or memory foam. The main reasons I like these slippers are that they are inexpensive and pretty. I feel a little like a princess or ballerina when I wear them.
I wore the first pair to a renaissance fair and walked in them out in grassy fields all day. They were lovely with my costume and worked fine for me on dry grass, but like I said, they died in the wash. They served their purpose and no more.
The second pair I bought to wear at my sister's wedding. I had a gorgeous and very stupid pair of far-too-high heels that I wore during the ceremony, then switched to these later when my feet started screaming, "Why did you buy five inch heels, you stupid stupid girl!" I was quite glad I had these to fall back on.
These slippers are a lovely shiny satin, they have that cute little bow, and they're available in a variety of colors. I mostly recommend these as a costume accessory or as a "rescue shoe" for formal events, when your high heels are hurting or you want something you can dance in without spraining an ankle. They're flat (about 1/2 inch thick), so they might even fit in your purse. They don't have a real outdoor sole, but again... they worked for me on gentle dry terrain and for inside events.
I would buy these again. In fact, I probably will if they die in the wash again. They are pretty cute. :-)