- 100% Leather
- Dyed Sheep, Fur Origin: United States/United Kingdom/Spain/Ireland/Australia
- Synthetic sole
- Platform measures approximately .075 inches inches inches inches
- Soft suede upper
- Ugg pure wool lining
- Cushioned eva outsole
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From the manufacturer
Fully lined with plush natural wool, this suede slipper is the ultimate for pampering tired feet. Designed to be worn both in and out of the house, this update features our traction-enhancing Treadlite by UGG sole
Suede indoor/outdoor slipper
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 8.8 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B06WLNY4XC
- Item model number: K COZY II - K
- Date first listed on Amazon: March 23, 2017
- Average Customer Review:
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I am a huge fan of buying kid’s shoes and clothes when buying expensive brands because they’re usually half the cost. Normally, kid’s sizes follow the “subtract 2” rule - if you wear a 7 in women’s, you’ll wear a 5 in kid’s (and men’s; they’re the same size chart. Don’t know why they make women’s stuff all weird and different. 🙄) ANYWAY, I ordered these slippers first in a 5, and they were WAY too small. I got them again in a 6, and they fit much better but are still a tiny bit snug near the toe. I’m sure that’ll stretch out, so I’m not too worried about it. It’s just crazy that I can normally wear a 5 or even a 4 in kid’s shoes but had to get a 6 in these.
My shoes appear to be authentic, as they have the newer security tag in the left shoe. I know others complained they got fakes, but mine seem legit. I spent some time online looking up what to look for and am pleased with my shoes.
Overall, these are a good buy if you like the sturdy sole of the Coquette and don’t mind the upper style of the Scuffette. The sole of the Scuffette was too thin for my liking (and I’ve had 2 pairs of Coquettes in the past, so I’m more used to them), so I think I’ll like these. $60 is much better than spending $120!