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Comfortable Style Men's Sheepskin and Leather Travel Shoes

Cozy slippers by AcornĀ® have been worn by NASA astronauts in orbit and sherpas... more

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Cozy slippers by AcornĀ® have been worn by NASA astronauts in orbit and sherpas at Mount Everest base camp. Fortunately, Acorn is just as good at designing comfortable footwear for more down-to-earth itineraries. These shoes' slip-on, metal-free design make them a perfect choice for smooth passage through airport security. The removable insole and EVA midsole offer lightweight performance and maximum cushioning so you can wear them all day. The moisture-wicking wool lining keeps feet comfortable, never too hot or too cold. Suede uppers are stain- and water-resistant, and the nonslip rubber outsole provides sure footing outdoors.

  • 0.68 kgs
  • 1.5 lbs

  • Suede uppers; wool lining; rubber outsole
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in China.
  • Ships fast from USA.
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12/03/2015

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"Really Nice Slippers"

Purchased these for one of my kids a couple of years ago, now everyone wants a set and they remind me before Christmas. They wear them inside and outside, great to hop into the car and run to the store for milk etc. Its hard to please kids 16-23 but these were loved by all. They are a little pricey but you get your moneys' worth.

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