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- Rubber sole
- Comfort bootie slipper with wool-blend faux-fur lining and whipstitched moccasin toe
- Removable EVA insole
- Debossed logo at side
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With a suede upper and soft, thick lining this slipper-shoe will keep you warm on relaxing days inside; the natural rubber sole has you covered if you need to make a quick trip outside.
Sorel brings its cold-weather craftsmanship to this snug Manawan slipper. Soft suede and a fleecy lining combine to offer maximum warmth and breathability on chilly days. The rubber sole ensures that you'll keep your footing indoors and outdoors.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.72 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001AOI2T6
- Item model number: MANAWANTM-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: October 1, 2001
- 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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These are simply the best slippers I have ever owned and I want to buy another pair. Unfortunately for me, I bought these at $40 and now they are nearly 2x the cost! That should tell you how IN DEMAND these slippers are. On the fence? Hop the eff down and click buy. Your feet well thank you. And feel free to gift me a new pair. MY feet will thank you =D
I emailed Sorel asking about the composition on the lining of the slipper. It doesn't seem to be a whole lot of wool. They told me the blend is 50% acrylic and 50% wool. I'm amazed by the fact a 75 dollar slipper can't have 100% wool in it. It feels as though we're paying for the name brand, but the materials don't match the cost.
They fit great, and they do keep my feet relatively warm. It's winter in Idaho and I'm from California, so I have a hard time staying warm especially my feet. For the most part my feet are warm in these, but when they get cold the slippers just don't seem to act as wool would. That is my major issue, the price vs. the materials.
Secondly, Sorel's major reply to me was that if I felt there was an issue with my slippers I should contact the warranty department. I was more so wanting to gather information about the slipper, and thought it was odd they directed me there. Having a replacement for a slipper that is mediocre would just give me two pairs of mediocre slippers.