Women's Suede Moc Slippers
I got these slippers as a Christmas give in 2011. Since I work from home I wore them almost all day, everyday. I eventually wore a hole in the right foot big toe area so I threw them away a couple of weeks ago. I thought I could go back to wearing an old pair of slippers but it's not the same. I normally go barefoot but as I get older my feet get colder. I love the feeling of wearing a slipper that's not bulky and without a big sole, its almost as good as going barefoot. The non-skid bottoms are a necessity for me since most of my house has hardwood flooring. I wish they would have lasted longer but I got my moneys worth out of them.
February 17, 2013
I love them.
I really like these slippers. I'm not sure why everyone else has had so many problems with them, but I wear mine almost every day and I've had no issues with them. I like the material on the bottom...I think they grip just as they should. If there were less grip, I feel like I would be sliding all over my house. I'm not sure how they can be getting stuck on carpeting, unless of course you're not picking your feet up to walk. Personally I don't enjoy sliding all over the place, especially if I'm chasing after my kids/dogs, etc. They keep my feet nice and warm too and have shown no signs of wear yet. Maybe I just got a good pair.
February 17, 2013
No-slip soles are excellent
RE the no-slip soles. These mocs are the only slippers I've worn in the past 15 years or so. They are the only slippers offered, other than shoe-like "slippers," which do not slide on the floor. For all of you who like those smooth bottoms, well, perhaps you've never slid down carpeted stairs after losing your footing. I was instantly cured of all other slippers and hope LE continues to carry some form with a no-slip sole. They have been a lifesaver.
October 1, 2012
Hole at the toe
Shame on Landsend for this product. The lining thinned out and I had a hole at the the bottom of the slipper at the toe. These did not last even one winter. As a previous reviewer stated, the old bottom of these slippers were suede and were indestructible. I had them so long I finally threw them out because I figured it was time for them to go. Landsend, please, please go back to the old suede bottom. The current ones are junk.
June 7, 2012
i loved the moc slipper until........
i was in love with this slipper until the bottom started ripping,i only had them for a month never did i think they would fall apart like they did so fast.im returning these.i want another pair cause they were so comfy but im afraid they will fall apart at the bottom.hopefully LE will come up with a better way to make the bottoms
May 1, 2012
"Crepe" Bottoms are awful
I bought my slippers from Lands End for years, and the suede ones always used to have a suede bottom as well. The bottoms would wear, and eventually would turn to a smooth leather that was very sturdy while still being flexible enough to be comfortable. These "crepe bottoms" were awful! I returned them immediately, after walking about 3 steps in them. The rubber, which they are calling "crepe" for some reason, gripped my carpet so that I almost fell over trying to walk in them. They do have more flexibility than the heavier rubber soles on some slippers, but they are nowhere near as nice as the originals with the suede bottoms and I really hope that they resume making those again. I'd rather walk around in just socks than try to walk in these!
February 24, 2012