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So the durable sole seemed like a good option
on April 1, 2017
I was really looking forward to getting a pair of these slippers. The floors in our apartment get quite cold in the winter, and I'm also walking down the hall to do the laundry, etc. So the durable sole seemed like a good option, etc. I tried them on, and found what some other reviewers had commented on to be very much true. There is a bit of glue holding the seam together right where your heel hits the back of the slipper - your achilles essentially. I thought maybe it'd soften up. So I tested them on a few occasions, and each time, I couldn't wear them for more than 3 or 4 minutes. As much as I wanted to 'break them in,' it just didn't make sense - particularly given that they're NOT cheap slippers. If this doesn't bother your heal or tendon, they'd probably be great. But in the end, I returned them, and bought a far more comfortable pair from another seller for a fraction of the price.